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Originally Posted by Iceman23;13476602 
"Burn in" is mostly just a psychoacoustic phenomena that occurs when your brain adjusts to the new sound. Frequency response might change a bit in the first hours of listening but this change is miniscule compared to other factors. This is moreso true for headphones - larger speaker woofers undergo far greater changes in electrical/physical properties due to their size and construction materials. Use them normally, enjoy them, and they will "burn-in" naturally. There is absolutely no evidence that a special burn-in signal will do the job "better".

100% agree, and it couldn't have been worded any better.
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