Me niehter, but it's not as fast and tight as the HE 4 is :/
Eqing the bass down won't solve anything. I don't really use eq, my D2k is primarly for my portable rig and I have no means of EQ when using my portable rig there for, any headphones that are going to b considered for use in that rig are ones I'd like not to EQ. I prefer Dry Fast headphone, since my hm801 is warm and some what slow, the syngery works nicely
but the D2k is one of the more warm cans I've owned. That said how ever I do like it's treble presentation
On the positive I found a member here in the US whos' agree'd to let me demo his LCD XC, so I'll compare it to my three headphones here soon!
I know what you mean. The bass tracks you listen to have low, clean, lean and cold bass...other bass tracks have fuller, warmer and fatter bass synths, so you want bass definition to bring out the tight bass lines on your tracks better. I never heard the D2K, but my D7K I would not call sloppy at all, but my Audeze cans are definitly more tactile in the bass. The HD800 is also very tactile, and with EQ is also a basshead can. I would be very interested to find out how you think the D2K and LCDXC compare in bass quality.