QUESTION REGARDING DAP BURN IN
- Thread starter DAPpower
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Thank you so much, I've got my answer.Since you believe in burn-in, not playing anything into a headphones, you are not using the amp section of DAP. It is important to "burn-in" this section as those components do the heavy lifting for the DAP.
I personally don't believe in this type of burn-in and think it is much more important to let your brain get accustomed to new sounds that worry about burn-in.
This has been measured time and time again with little or no evidence of mechanical or electrical burn-in. Not trying to rag on you at all, but you should rest assured that listening to your device is far more important than letting it burn-in. How else would you know that it has changed, especially if you are not measuring it at time =0 and then time = later?