Best closed headphones that won't leak sound?
I need advice on the best 'all-rounder' closed back headphone please. In particular, I need a set of cans that I can use in my office that won't disturb my colleagues so any headphones that leaks out sound need not apply! Having researched a few reviews, I think I would like the sound of the Denon AH-D7000 but I am a little worried that these might leak out sound; any advice other owners of these cans can provide on this would be appreciated. I am also tempted by the new Beyer T5p, which reportedly isolates very well. However, I have read a few reviews that say these are quite bright/lean sounding. I am not a basshead and am very keen to avoid mudddy/boomy bass but I do enjoy a decent amount of bass slam/impact. Does anyone have a view on how the T5p sounds in this regard? Any other suggestions would also be appreciated! A few other comments about my kit/preferences: - I generally listen to lossless files but a headphone that won't render Spotify tracks unlistenable is highly desirable! - I use a separate DAC and headphone amp so driving higher impedance cans is not an issue - I have very broad music tastes but I listen predominantly to vocally driven music, such as rock, indie and accoustic. I also enjoy periodically listening to classical and jazz. Heavy dance/electronic music is probably my least listened to genre (but it does feature every so often!) - I have custom iems that I use for commuting. I don't really like using these in the office because I can't remove them quickly enough if someone comes over to speak to me or if the phone rings! - For home use I also own Grado PS1000 (which I love, except for really bass heavy tracks where it tends to lose control), Sennheiser HD650 (which is great for slower music or when a more forgiving approach is required), HiFiMAN HE-6 (which I generally find a bit too lean/bright and also quite 2 dimensional in terms of soundstage) Thanks in advance for your help!