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It's not your ears. IMO they made some compromises to the sound of the 700's to make them easier to drive: putting the driver right on your ear and putting felt over the driver to make up for it, and out of the box they sound kind of muddy for it and have a tiny soundstage. Since you have an amp, if you want to improve them do the felt mod and put some padding under the ear pads, it's piss easy and makes them sound a lot better.

They also have a crazy long burn in time, I don't think they break them in at all from the factory. Give them time and they'll improve.
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Ripping a low quality song to a high quality codec won't increase the quality of the song. You need to download some FLAC files.
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