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k got my shure srh840 at Wednesday, enjoying them alot =).
how i should burn them?
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"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".
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Speakers/drivers today do not burn in. If there are any changes due to burn in, it occurs within the first 5-10 minutes, called initial burn in. And the change is usually temporary, meaning that once the driver is no longer "stimulated" with audio, it will reverse back to its original state.
Edited by youra6 - 5/13/11 at 11:58am
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