Thank you every one!
After I posted that question I also did some research online and here is what I found out!
It seem that people in the virtual reality, car simulators, and home theaters use this type of thing the most.
They claim their is 5 ways to perceive sound, and hearing is just only one of them.
From my current limited understanding, for best effect you need to use a combination of both subs and tactile transducers like a bass shaker.
Most people that do this seem to have a few sub running in parallel to create the air pressure effect, they are usually turned up past what would be normally comfortably to listen to, but because you don't have speakers, all your getting is the sub and the passive isolation from the headphones balances it out!
The other part to this is tactile transducers, they create the motion or impact effect, and you have to be sitting or attached to something that moves to feel it.
I found out that their are low frequency only and full frequency tactile transducers ( bass shakers ), and that are some are better then others, and that you can build your own out of a speaker.
To answer the question above, I do have good speakers, but I specifically want to listen to the SONY MDR XB-1000's and also feel bass.
I will have to do more research before I buy anything, but it seems now I know what I want.
Thank you every one for helping out, and if you have anything else to add, please do post, for me and for other in the future who read this.
Edited by vokus - 3/16/15 at 12:49pm