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Yes it is bad, I mean the 280 and 380's, every one gives them great reviews but I thought they sounded like listening threw small speakers but they still had bass its hard to explain thats why I thought they sounded like listening to music from a guitar amp. The KRK's, Shure's and from what I have heard the M50's don't have this problem idk if they just have a little extra bass or what but they sound fuller and more like listening to a good set of speakers.
Honestly I think to save you a lot of stress you are going to have to find out for your self if they hurt send them back with in 30 days or what ever. Every ones head is different and wearing something for 2+ hours is never isn't going to work on every one.
You liked them? Because they would be good.   Sorry I didn't read close enough I thought you didn't want IEM's because there are portable on ear's.   For IEM's I think the Shure SE-425's would be good. Great midrange and fairly good high extension from the dual drivers (better than the 315's) the a little light on the bass similar to eytemotics but not quite as bad but for Jazz and classical I think they would be great.   Also Sonys new 4 BA IEM is around $300 I think
Yeah the beats Pro's aren't that bad but the Solos are awful. You could also look at the B&W P5's but I liked the Image ONE's better and there half the price.
Open or closed? Closed for traveling? Id say HD598's, HE-400's, Denon D-2000 or 5000'd? but I like my bass haha.
Klipsch Image ONE fits the bill, lots of extra punch semi one noted bass, also the DT-770 pro 80 but there kinda big but light.   Solo's are awful, Mixrs are a little better...   If you like the M80's you could try the Crossfade LP's? but there big and heavy.  
How much can you spend?   Forget the M30's and 40's go for the M50's there is also the Shure SRH-840's for $200 or less some places and the KRK 6400's and 8400's. I think those 3 are better than the 280's or 380's there kinda hollow sounding like listening threw a guitar amp.   I like the DT-770's but the Pro 80ohm would be to bass heavy for studio stuff you could get the Denon D-2000's if you wanted every one else to be enviouse (besides the rapper cans croud)...
I wear my DT-770's and people ask me if there from a Vietnam or a WWII bomber plane :)  
M50's or Shure SRH-840's
Find $30 more and get the Shure SE215's from earphonesolutions with the %15 off they will be around $85 I think? Great isolation, great sound and a little extra bass.  
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