Hi Fi Tuning Supreme fuse-Burn In?

I've gone through the Hi Fi Tuning line of fuses starting with their Silver and then on to the Classic Gold.
I recently purchased the the Supreme.
The Supreme does everything I hoped it would but as with anything in this crazy hobby, there's seems to be a trade-off.
I'm getting more clarity and air but the presentation seems to have an edge or sharpness to it.
If everything was just slightly more-should I say organic?-I'd be one happy man.
I have about 60 hours on them.
Will more time smooth things out?
The Gold's are definitely smoother but they lack the air and clarity the Supreme's provide.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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Huh? I don’t know what your game is, pal, but obviously HiFi Tuning is a big proponent of fuse directionality. Why do you think HiFi Tuning puts a diode symbol on their fuses? You are either mistaken or don’t know what directionality means.
Let’s try to get back on track, people. Here’s where we are on this thread. Fuse proponents have provided measurements and listening (empirical) evidence supporting their claims that fuses sound different, that aftermarket fuses sound better than stock fuses and that fuses are directional. On the other hand, naysayers have not provided any evidence to support their claims that fuses are all sound the same and that fuse directionality is not real. Or in some cases, as we have seen recently just bad info or fake info. What naysayers do provide are overly emotional protestations of fake angst, fake disbelief and fake contempt. In fact, everything about the naysayers’ arguments are fake, fake, fake.
davidpritchard725 posts12-06-2018 7:08pmkosst:
Congratulations on your modifications. Certainly a lot of thought and effort. Nelson does encourage the audio community to take his First Watt designs and see how they can be improved.

>>Ah, a valiant attempt at flattery and appeasement goes into the commode. 😥 
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