There is a legend on the Internet that when you buy a pair of headphones, you need to make a good "pot" to play the role of headphones and achieve the best status. It is roughly divided into six stages:
1. Use the volume of one third of the normal listening intensity to drive the headset for 12 hours (use easier Music)
2. Use the volume of two thirds of the normal listening intensity to drive the headset for 12 hours (just use the music not too rock)
3. Use the normal listening intensity to drive the headset for 72 hours (use the music you often listen to)
4. Use a volume of 3 / 4 of the normal listening intensity to drive the headset for 24 hours (just use the music you often listen to)
5. Enter the normal use stage
6. Enter the use stage of HiFi
So is that true? According to this procedure, will the sound quality of headphones really be better than when they were bought? The answer is No. It's just a gimmick made by manufacturers and profiteers, who can't understand the headset. Normal listening intensity is 1 / 3, 2 / 3, and 3 / 4. You need to know that the output volume of each mobile phone is different. The same earphone is the standard one. Is it really OK? In this case, the sound quality of the same headset is different.
In fact, headphones don't need to be burned. It's just a process from normal use to aging. The sound quality will change a little, but you may not feel it at all. Go to those professional headphone forums to see if anyone can buy tens of thousands of headphones and burn them. They are all direct listening. When we buy a pair of earphones, it's like meeting a girl from acquaintance to acquaintance. It's our ears that adapt to the sound quality of the earphones, not that it's cooked.
After a long time, you will be in love. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. If the sound quality of the earphone is not good when you buy it back, you can burn it for as long as possible, which is also poor sound quality.