I sold my beloved Grado and am now looking for a new pair.\n\nBudget is 150$. I'm looking for over-ear headphones. I really dislike most of the new features and most of what connects headphones and smartphones.\n\nThe reason I'm saying this is to help you help me! :-P\n\nI'm only interested in the sound and driver quality. I don't need to pick up calls, no mic, no gaming, nothing.\n\nI just want them to be capable of truly neutral and faithful reproduction. I always go for neutral equipment, I like it, but I also listen to some EDM so I don't want them to add bass, but when there's bass I want them to confidently play that bass.\n\nIf you know of a good noise cancelling model for the money, recommend it, but it’s not a must.\n\nIf you know of a good wireless model for the money, again, it’s not a dealbreaker, but I could go for them.\n\nThey coud as well be some classic over the ear headphones with a cable and a killer driver inside.\n\n\n\nWhat do you think are the best performing music only headphones for 150$ (and a few bucks over that)?