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It’s comfortable and it’s light. Sound quality is good but not great or excellent. The sound volume it produces is very low even though I purchased an £80 amp for it. My Sony Pulse that was made for a console is 3-4 times louder even though it was made 6 years ago. I would have sent it back have I not already paid custom import fee for it! It’s a a long procedure so I gave up. It’s now mostly collecting dust under my table.
Then get a more powerful amplifier, my FiiO e10k can drive them just fine. It's a 300 ohm impedance headphone so ofc they're not going to be the most volume efficient pair of cans out there.
Best thing to do is get used to listening to music at a comfortable level. As a guy that's middle age I will contest to that fact that tinnitus really sucks. You don't want it. Trust me.
Yeah, either the amp or the headset you got is dysfunctional. They should get extremely loud with decent equipment and a functioning headset.