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.

Update Again:
Turn out  when I was trying out different fuses, I had accidently installed the Supreme fuse backwards, Treble became piercing. Just noticed it, and after the correct orientation, the upper-mids problem is completely corrected. The fuse sounds amazing again :))))
Sorry for spamming this thread, but this has been a  wild roller coaster ride. 

Final update on the HiFi supreme silver/Gold Fuse: I kept hearing an annoying treble spike on my speakers, stage  was getting too crowded at times, drops in resolution.....basically getting ear fatigue. This  was  why I kept trying to find a calmer fuse, maybe something gold plated. 
Turns out the culprit  was a cheap 50 cent DC power connector in my audio chain (tin plated God knows what), replaced it  with a pure copper Gold plated connector, and Voila!!
DAC has its top lid screwed back on, and the Supreme is staying on for good. 
This fuse  will expose any chinks in the audio chain, but  when you get it all figured out... the end result is just incredible. 

I have a supreme cu on order, based upon @lalitk recommendation.

I’ve tried many different fuses, and many of them cause listener fatigue over time because they are too bright. They push the upper mids and highs.

Spectacular at first, but quickly becomes tiresome for me.

VH audio feels hifi tuning supreme fuses improve musicality without the listener fatigue.


Based on my listening impressions after trying variety of fuses, Supreme Cu is by far the best fuse for digital components if you’re after organic and slightly warm sound…zero listening fatigue.