Hmmmm....to my ears and after a few months, these are starting to slacken off a little bit, although still impressive to my ears they do seem to be losing a little bit of the detail they once had, the sound stage seems to have changed, it is just not as wide, and the instrument or frequency separation is not what it was. They have in my opinion changed for the worse and I do not think that it is just me getting used to them at all. They sound more jumbled now, I can hear frequencies clattering into each other sometimes, whereas I never would have said that before. I am not saying that they are a poor product, I am saying that they have changed and they have not changed for the better.
it is an "...itis" seting in...upgraditis
HAHAHAHAHA! Quite possibly, although I was just listening to my IEM's which are ridiculously detailed and I thought "I bet this is majorly influencing why I think that the 7100's sound less detailed all of a sudden"
Actually, it might not be. I remember talking about some of the rather profound changes that occur with these cans and burn-in. I typically don't experience any drastic changes at all with burn-in, but the D7100 has proven to be a case where I have. And unfortunately for me, I liked them a lot more before burn-in than I do now. Vespertine, take a look at some of the posts that start right around here. Any of that seem familiar? I think that's what we were talking about right before you joined in.