Hello. Hope you guys are keeping safe and sane during this pandemic season. Started to appreciate the finer side of audio many years ago but life got in the way so audio had to take a back seat. Recently thought of trying it out again. Dusted off my old cans and tried to find my way back. I'm no sound engineer. I just like to hear songs played well and I want to be "moved" by what I hear, if there is such a thing. I like pop songs, you know, the perky kind. And I like listening to R&B and classical too. I have an aversion to rock and the "noisy" stuff though. With that little background, I currently use Mr Speakers Ether driven by a Chord Hugo. I don't know how to describe the sound but to me it's wonderful, soothing, relaxed. All songs come out beautifully and I don't notice time pass by. What's more enjoyable is when I use the Audeze LCD-XC. Like every voice, every instrument and everything that comes in between are heightened and brought forward. You can hear everything. Literally. It's just that it's too heavy and I get tired if I use it for a long time. Which brings me to my question; can you guys recommend a closed back headphone that is in a similar enjoyable level as what I already have? Something that I can use for a longer time than the XC without physically getting tired? I've been looking at reviews and the closest I came to finding something that I might like is the Neumann NDH 20. But I wouldn't really know till I audition it, which is quite impossible at this time. Hope you guys can point me to the right direction.