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How u burn in your PSB M4U 2?

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Hello, any m4u 2 owner here? I want to ask how u burn in your headphone? 

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Play some pink noise at a moderately loud listening volume, or simply play music at a moderately loud listening volume. I like to include some bass heavy music to get the driver moving. Although make certain you don't have your device turned up so loud that it's distorting (thus, "moderately" loud), especially if using a playlist that doesn't have any volume leveling (mp3gain) going on.

Otherwise, you can listen to them and enjoy them as they break-in.
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Play some pink noise at a moderately loud listening volume, or simply play music at a moderately loud listening volume. I like to include some bass heavy music to get the driver moving. Although make certain you don't have your device turned up so loud that it's distorting (thus, "moderately" loud), especially if using a playlist that doesn't have any volume leveling (mp3gain) going on.

Otherwise, you can listen to them and enjoy them as they break-in.

 

+1  I've had very good results with pink noise from http://simplynoise.com/; I'm using it right now to burn in Mikros 90. I like to alternate with something that has bass and a lot of other instruments, such as brass, so I use some Mahler too. Pink noise + Mahler's 5th + Master of Puppets.

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+1  I've had very good results with pink noise from http://simplynoise.com/; I'm using it right now to burn in Mikros 90. I like to alternate with something that has bass and a lot of other instruments, such as brass, so I use some Mahler too. Pink noise + Mahler's 5th + Master of Puppets.

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Yep. I often run a couple of pink noise tracks in the mix with the music. Or run music for a several hours, then switch over to pink noise for several hours.

I also recommend dubstep or other bassy electronic music in the mix to help with really getting the driver moving. Bass requires more excursion to produce sound than mids or treble.

Whatever you choose, just be sure to skim through the playlist, listen some, and make sure no song is running a lot louder than others.
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Yep. I often run a couple of pink noise tracks in the mix with the music. Or run music for a several hours, then switch over to pink noise for several hours.

I also recommend dubstep or other bassy electronic music in the mix to help with really getting the driver moving. Bass requires more excursion to produce sound than mids or treble.

Whatever you choose, just be sure to skim through the playlist, listen some, and make sure no song is running a lot louder than others.

Where can i download a good pink noise track? Im currently using ipod 5th gen
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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

Play some pink noise at a moderately loud listening volume, or simply play music at a moderately loud listening volume. I like to include some bass heavy music to get the driver moving. Although make certain you don't have your device turned up so loud that it's distorting (thus, "moderately" loud), especially if using a playlist that doesn't have any volume leveling (mp3gain) going on.

Otherwise, you can listen to them and enjoy them as they break-in.

Do you know where can i download heavy bass electronic mix track?
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