If you are an Audiophile who wants to get the best sound out of your headphones, there are a few things you need to take into consideration to enjoy an immersive sound experience.
Under this blog, we will be going over some tips that are going to be game-changers for you!
1. Sanitary is key
If the ear pads get sweaty due to a heavy workout session, it is highly important to rinse them.
However, before that, do not forget to check their IP rating, which refers to the headphone’s level of water resistance.
To rinse them off, the rating should be ideally more than IPX7.
Even if you can’t get the headphones wet, many ear pads are now removable & plenty can be replaced altogether if they get too worn out.
But for some pads that are glued in & have no IP rating, it’s best to consult the manual.
2. Use apps to improve sound
It's very easy to quickly and radically alter the sound signature of your headphones with an app.
It's a great way to tone down overly boosted bass (a shared feature in today's models) or to tame some overly sibilant high-frequencies, for instance.
3. Take care of the cable
This is undoubtedly the most common mistake, yet the one that will shorten the life of your Headphones the quickest.
Even if the outside of the cable looks totally unharmed, over time this will lead to some audio issues or will straight up kill the sound.
Make sure when you wind the cable the right way, it’s not too tight.
Also, its more preferable if the cables are detachable, this will make winding up of the cables a lot easier.
Cables will break a bit even if you treat them with care; this is where detachable cables are another good choice since you simply replace them once this happens.
4. Invest in a DAC/preamp
If you have cabled headphones, you might want to consider kicking things up a notch with a headphone preamp or a DAC/Digital-to-analog converter.
DACs are about refining the whole audio quality, as opposed to the frequency response of the headphones.
They handle a method that most mobile devices dumb down, and they upsurge the reliability of your audio.
5. Improve the audio quality
If you care about getting the best audio performance, you should start at the source.
You can start by using FLAC or pure uncompressed WAV to get the most out of your headphones.
If you don’t have that option, make sure to go into the streaming services settings and choose the highest quality possible.
If you can’t hear the difference in audio quality just yet, don’t worry.
Most people can’t at first, you just need some time to adjust.
Plug it, Feel it!
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