I'd like some input on a good headphone under 200 dollars (I don't care about buying used headphones) to upgrade my SHP9500. I will try to explain what I like. I want open back cans, I don't have a problem having to use an amp but to be sincere if I have to I would need to buy a very cheap amp to drive the cans I'm not sure how to explain what I like; I will use my SHP as example. I like how the SHP9500 feels crispy, lively, dynamic. Songs like Suda by Chon with those guitars playing different chords at the same time on different ears, Do You Realize by the Flaming Lips or Sandusky by Uncle Tupelo are other examples. Sometimes they can be a tad harsh, songs like Blue in Green by Miles Davis can be hard to listen on my usual audio levels. Bass: Would be great if the new headphone had a little more bass in the range where you can almost feel them (yeah my knowledge is terrible, I like this bass you can feel, kinda like the drums on Southern Skies by Yuck or the impact you feel just at the beginning of Radioactivity by Kraftwerk and that keeps playing throught the song or the impact in Andromedra (DRAM Special) by Gorillaz when the impact changes from one ear to the other at 0:41 seconds or in Need More Z's by Submerse). If more bass is not possible, I'd like something that didn't have much less bass than the SHP9500. Mids: I'm not sure how to describe how I like mids. I think I'm satisfied with what the SHP9500 does. I'm not very picky I just want an upgrade from the SHP9500 that would keep the lively, dynamic signature that it has alongside a good/decent bass extension and not too much recessed mids. I was going to get the Hifiman He-400i but build quality was always an issue for me. I live in Brazil if the headphones die there is no way to replace them, the HD58X appeared in the perfect time, people say they are more ''alive'' than other senns and have great bass extension but there's still no reviews from bigger youtubers on them. Feel free to put other suggestions if you have, I heard the AKG 702 and DT880 are good options.