8 hours of uninterrupted pink noise for Headphone Burn In to achieve maximum performance of a new Headphone.
Burn In or “cooking” is a process for exercising new Piston/Earphone/Speakers to get into the finest state.
The main purpose of this process is to loosen the diaphragm of a newly crafted piston/earphone. The sound quality will be noticeably improved after Burn In, say most audiophiles.
There will be a minute of silence in between each hour for a rest period.
Here are the steps to have a Perfect Cooked Headphone / Earphone.
1. Right after you unpack the New Earphone, play some music at medium volume for 3-4 hours to warm up your earphone. *You may skip Step 1 if your headphone is not brand new*
2. Before you go to bed at night, connect your earphone/piston to your computer, remove them from your ear, and turn the volume to medium level at 40%-75%. Start playing the Burn In audio continuously for 6-8 hours per day as the schedule below.
Track 1/3 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gf9_t9K0aWM
Track 2/3 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9TgmvZhgJI
Track 3/3 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNlTS_YOuzE
Day 1 - Track 1/3
Day 2 - Track 2/3
Day 3 - Track 3/3
Day 4 - Track 1/3
Day 5 - Track 2/3
Day 6 - Track 3/3
Day 7 - Track 1/3
Day 8 - Track 2/3
Day 9 - Track 3/3
Note: Maximum Burn In time is 72 hours, anytime more than that might damage your earphone.
3. Burn your earphone or piston for 7-9 days you should notice the difference.
Note: DO NOT listen to the earphone when you playing the Burn In audio file. It might damage your ear! *Highly recommended to do it when you away or sleeping.*