That's what I would call sound tactility, you feel the sound rather than just hearing it and it's not only applicable for bass but also all other frequencies below ~7khz. I think this deluxe attribute of sound is difficult to get without sacrificing everything else. It requires a fast speaker but with pistonic driver behavior (bigger woofers or smaller but stiffer woofers). So you need high sensitivity cone based speakers. How much sensitivity and how much pistonic behavior? A: how much you're willing to sacrifice other attributes or how much money are you willing to throw?. My towers (8.5k USD) have two 6.3'' dedicated bass woofers with a sensitivity of 91dB with a very good driver stiffness and driving them with 250 WPC SS amp in medium sized room listening 8 feet away and they're still two levels below Focal Elex headphone's tactility (btw I rate Focals headphones tactility 10/10, ZMF Verite is 9).