Might be Ironman, or some fat kid.
- Jan 25, 2009
I remember hearing a myth where speakers sound better as they get older (so technically with more hours). I find this to be true with musical instruments because as a Clarinet player myself, I found my Wood Clarinet to sound better every year since I bought it new and I'm sure a lot of Violin, Viola, Cello, and other String players will agree. I was thinking then, would perhaps Headphones (Ortho, Dynamic, Electrostat, etc) and IEMs (BA, Dynamic etc) sound better with age? I'm not talking about "burn-in", but with like YEARS of use. Because as we know, these devices "push" air to specific wavelengths to produce "sound". Does anyone else believe that Speakers, Headphones and IEMs sound better with more and more hours in them?