I'm assuming you have Sennheiser HD600 headphones. Those are a high quality full-range headphone and will produce a range of frequencies far beyond what ANY (not just Q100) bookshelf speakers can produce. It's just not a fair fight.
Have you removed the port plug for a little more bass response? Assuming you have, your seating position and the physical location of the speakers, the room acoustics and whether or not you are using a subwoofer all play a part in how your speakers sound. I'm sure they are working correctly, it is probably a matter of those conditions which could afford getting the most out of them. How about a photo of the installation and a sketch of dimensions? What kind of space is it, and what kind of floors, walls and furnishings are there to affect sound?
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