I don't know where you live but you might want to see if there's a local high-end installer in your area that represents various brands. I live in North Carolina and there are several upper-end installers in my area, one of whom sells Audeze, Audioquest, B&W, Grado, HIFIMAN, Master & Dynamic, PSB, Sennheiser, and Sony. I demoed a few pair last time I was over there and actually came away impressed with the M&D (but didn't feel like handing over the title to my car to get a pair from them) :), as well as a pair of Sony's which are the MDR1ADAC/B. These are closed back, have a built-in rechargeable battery for use with a phone. The reason for the battery is not for noise cancellation like most are but rather are for a built-in DAC. The description of it is "Premium DAC supports full Hi-Res audio: PCM 192kHz/24 bit, DSD 2.8/5.6MHz, Direct Digital Connection for PC, Walkman, Xperia, and Apple devices, 2 in 1 integrated use: Hi-Res Headphones + Headphone DAC and amplifier". I almost want to get a pair from Amazon and just risk having to pay the return shipping/restocking fee if I don't like them to see how they compare to my 2000X with my Fiio Alpen 2 DAC. Per the guide, you should be able to go direct from your phone to the headset using a USB cable and use the DAC in the headset. This would be really attractive to me since I already own the music to handle it. My only real concern is I'm not a huge bass-head (most of what I have is classical or Jazz) and don't want to end up with a set that just gives me this throbbing bass which wasn't in the original, leaving me with a throbbing headache which most certainly wasn't in the original.
These Fostex were going to be my first venture into the territory of a more bass enhanced (I was really hoping not bass dominant) set. I do own several albums of Movie scores and there are some parts in these ("Interstellar" is a great example) where a full-flat response does leave a bit to be desired. I know that theaters do pull the sub's up a bit to give you a mental impact (research what happens when extremely low notes are played – hint, horror movies use it a lot). Because of the bass not being pulled up, the opening piece from "Interstellar", "Dreaming of the Crash" loses a lot due to the thunder not being present. I can always put it back in with my DAC, but would love to get a set of cans that have that minimal bass extension without going over to the other extreme of totally dropping mid/treble and just playing loud, obnoxious bass.
So, after that, probably too long, post, my recommendation would be to try to find somewhere close that you can go listen to some of these upper-end brands. Call the manufacturer if needed and see who is an authorized reseller for them. Once you've done that, see if there's a set that really grabs your eardrums and then shop around. If you haven't seen Audiogon, check it out too. I still stand behind my initial recommendation of the ATs because I just love mine, but know they aren't everyone's cup of bean or leaf juice so you may find something you like better from one of the 200,000 other companies out there, of which 199,953 are all assembled in the same 4 factories in China. :D