I've read that the Koss PRO4/AA are very mid-range/lower treble boosted with not a lot of extension either way - never confirmed it for myself. Another "by reputation" suggestion would be the Beyerdynamic DT48 - often they're regarded as having not a lot of bass and passable treble extension; very closed too. If you're alright with the thing being able to produce a lot of bass (but not in an unbalanced way), the Kenwood KH-K1000 would be my pick; the midrange really "drives" that headphone (and it has a good soundstage for a closed headphone too) - I've read that they're "a K272 with bass" but I haven't heard the 272. Beyerdynamic T70 with an EQ would get what you want in spades as well (it has a bit of a bump in the treble, but the bass is rolled off and the mids are "good" to "excellent" (I don't understand how the InnerFidelity graph describes that headphone at all)).
If they don't have to be closed, the Sony MDR-F1 would actually be my suggestion; they do have bass and highs (and they CAN reach for the sky), but the midrange is really what they "do." They're absolutely amazing with vocals. If you want more treble and bass (and somewhat more isolation), the SA5000 would be the "next step." Neither is closed by any stretch of the imagination though.
Edited by obobskivich - 2/19/12 at 11:39am