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which noise to use for burn in

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Should i use pink noise only or use white noise-pink noise-brown noise-frequency sweeps? Which volume level do i set to I'm using an ipod nano.
Edited by raymond1035 - 6/3/14 at 7:29pm
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Originally Posted by raymond1035 View Post

white noise-pink noise-brown noise-frequency sweeps

 

Sounds delicious!

 

I would have thought pink noise alone would suffice as it carries equal power across each frequency octave. Personally though, I'm slightly sceptical when it comes to burn-in - I wonder how much of it is in the mind. There seemed to be an improvement in my new headphones after leaving them burning in with pink noise overnight, but no subsequent amount of burn-in made any audible difference.

post #3 of 6
You gotta use extreme heavy metal to really burn them in. The more punishing the better :-D
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You gotta use extreme heavy metal to really burn them in. The more punishing the better :-D

 

Good call - 12 hours of Pig Destroyer should do the trick.

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Haha thanks
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Apparently, those in the sound science forum swear by using this track for burn in.

Original Source: http://www.head-fi.org/t/552132/vsonic-gr07-impressions-appreciation-thread/6165#post_10362664

 

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