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I am not talking about burn-in necessarily if you read my post.  I was simply asking whether or not Tyll thinks it might tone down over time.
@ Tyll You think this might tone down over time like the AKG 701?
How does it sound otherwise?
Sounds like a bad cable.  If you slightly bend the cable does it stop again?   Ensure that that cable is fully inserted.  Some of them require a little extra oomph to click in.
It is not going to be fixed soon. I have seen this issue for 6 version updates. There is a post here regarding a possible firmware update that fixed one users issue. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3124880?start=0&tstart=0 Version 10.5.2 fixed this issue. Most posts I see that fix the issue upgrade their hard drives to a fast external drive when they rip the CD. I found that answer...
Be sure to check out these guides:   http://schiit.com/guides/windows-dac-setup   and    http://www.doityourself.com/stry/5-common-optical-audio-cable-problems#.VAPlXPldWDk   Do you have another TOSLINK cable you can try?
If you can return them for a refund perhaps look into the JH 10x 3 Pro. I auditioned a ton of IEMs and the JH and Westone lines sounded the most coherent and even sounding. The JH 10x 3 Pro is a three-driver IEM that has no audible crossover issues.
The inherent sound that the driver makes is the same, but how the signal arrives to the driver may change due to the difference in impedance.   The higher impedance headphones especially in the old days were designed to draw less current from the amp so you could string a pile of headphones together onto the same amp in parallel.   These days higher impedance typically means there are more coils of wire in the headphone trying to bring the magnetic field up and pull...
From your measurements the IEMS seem fine compared to the M50.  Perhaps there is a fit issue?  Are the totally secured in your ears and appear to seal?   Second, what source are you feeding the amp with?  Does it have any EQ settings turned on?   From your description:   " I'm also no expert, but it seems there are much more noticeable harmonics on the T1 300MHz and 400MHz measurements. So it puzzles me, these highly expensive IEMs that received pretty good reviews...
AkG K712 Pro does really well with Jazz. Yes, the K712 sounds better than tge Q701.
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