Why is the sound quality not so good when the expensive earphones are just bought? Many people bought hundreds or thousands of earphones. They were very excited when they first arrived. They were dumbfounded when they unpacked and connected them-the sound was too bad, and I felt cheated and seriously fooled by the manufacturer’s advertisements, and even wanted Call the consumer hotline to complain about false advertising.
In fact, all earphones need a period of “warm-up” playback before the sound gets better and better, and the sound quality level of the product design target is reached. This process is called “burning”. The difference between mid-to-high-end earphones before and after the burn is particularly obvious. . Some earphone enthusiasts don’t know what “burning earphone” is? So what is a headphone? How to burn headphones? If you have any questions in this regard, you can consult our company’s professional R&D staff, who will answer them patiently. Because there is a sounding diaphragm in the earphone, this diaphragm produces sound through vibration. The diaphragm of mid-to-high-end earphones is generally thicker, so it takes a period of work to gradually eliminate the tightness, and then the sound details will be more plump and smooth. The other parts will also slowly enter the normal sound quality state after working for a period of time. Therefore, when buying a new earphone, especially a high-end earphone, it is best to connect the earphone to the sound source and play at a moderate volume for a period of time. Different earphones have different requirements for the burn-in time. Some special models of high-end earphones require a longer burn-in time. Time can have a good sense of hearing.
Not only headphones, but computer multimedia speakers also need to be burned. The more high-end speakers, the sound quality will be much better after being burned for enough time.