I'd say headphones like Q40 and M100 comes to my mind. Not sure how the mids compare in forwardness vs Q40 but Q40's mids & highs sounds on a neutral while bass is boosted. Needs some amping to experience the best out of it.
Goldenears measurement sounds exactly how I interpret Q40's balance sonically if the green line would represent "neutrality":
Out of box you can hear the 9kHz spike but it settles over time, I remember this very well that some sound effects I thought was slightly harsh in some games isn't at all anymore.
Then again soundstage is not large at all and it has poor highs extension on Q40, so not sure if those all factors exists in one package, maybe M100 comes closest, it has a larger soundstage than Q40. I have high hopes for NAD Viso HP50 that isn't released yet to fit this bill, it's said to be a slightly bassier PSB M4U 1 which sounds like a perfect option for me too. I haven't seen any graph of M4U1 but M4U2 should be roughly the same
On innerfidelity's graphs you have to skew the line slightly downwards somewhere after around 1-2kHz to get a more accurate view of how close to "neutral" level (and comparable to goldenears' way of presenting the data), uppermids and highs are like the drawn green line, exactly how much to skew it downwards is just a guess unfortunately.
However M4U-2 while not looking like having much less bass than Q40, only about 1dB difference, the difference is in how tight and resonance free the bass is, the M4U is tighter and less resonant of that Q40's bass so it sounds like it's a bit less bassy than what the graphs would compare like so I wouldn't quite think M4U's bass quantity satisfies the people looking for DT770 Pro levels of bass but hopefully the to be launched NAD Viso HP50 takes care of exactly this while staying reasonably close to M4U 1 or 2's mids & highs because this is a very nicely measuring headphone.
Anyway if you DO FIND such headphone, please share. xD
Edited by RPGWiZaRD - 2/1/13 at 4:12am