Not sure if headphones are considered electronics but anyway... what you feel is correct. In fact, there is no other way.
If humans and animals alike did not know to adapt, we'd be long extinct. Based on our environments and backgrounds, we're also selectively sensitive (or insensitive) to specific things, just as we'd also have our bias on how things should sound for the better.
The T50RP is best known as a inexpensive full-sized planar magnetic headphone. It isn't without flaw, in fact has many, but whether or not you will want to mod it significantly to improve the sound depends on your own volition. Like many have said in the past, there are still limitations to both the drivers and the enclosure, so we're not saying mods can achieve summit-fi tier performance. They also require effort, and sometimes the same time spent working to increase your headphone budget might be of better worth than sticking with these guys. There is no shame in choosing one or the other, or even to prefer the T50RP in their stock form. We do not all see, feel, hear, nor think the same. Our ears both enable us to hear and also acts as a filter unique to oneself.
Of course speakers are electronics.
And, a bit off subject, but animals do not adapt in the manner in which you've described. Evolution doesn't work like that. Either you got the traits to survive or you don't. You don't adapt. Your genes will but you won't.
My volition or opinion on the T50rp is that the enclosure is hopeless no matter what you do with it. Sure, you can improve it, extend the treble, tame the bass, eq the heck out of it, but, imo, it will never produce music that will satisfy me. I think the AlphaDog is on the right track of taking the enclosure out of the equation. But, the enclosure Mr. Speaker is using is plastic too?
Oh wutever the case, I just received a LCD2. In heaven at the moment.