How do I get a speaker with the bass slam of my el cheapo ear buds...?

You know, the ear buds that come free with a Samsung smart phone. Was just listening to Brooks and Dunn’s My Maria over my Galaxy S8 and ear buds, and there is a nice drum track in there and it was nice, deep, slam to it. But if I connect the phone to my stereo system via analog inputs, I don’t get that slam. Do they boost the bass in these ear buds, or is my audio system not delivering the bass as it should?

Oh, and I also connected my phone to my car system via the AUX input and I don't get that kind of bass in the car either.
@ glupson
Thanks for the thoughts on speakers vs ear phones.  Yes, they are obviously quite different animals.  But I have heard some speakers that to some extent replicate the sort of bass attack that I am talking about.  Hence my request for suggestions for such speakers. 
I had some Soliloquy 5.3 speakers being driven by a bryston 4 bst and thought it might have had too much slam, even at low volumes.

You may want to try a pair if you ever see some.  I’ve hadquite a few speakers and they had quite a bit of punch; could’ve been in part to that bryston 4bst though too.

"I have heard some speakers that to some extent replicate the sort of bass attack that I am talking about."
Wouldn’t those speakers be a good starting point to the answer you are looking for? Many manufacturers have their "house sound" so maybe a bigger model would be just what you are searching for.

You are the only one who actually knows what sort of bass attack you are talking about. Rest of us are just trying to imagine and may be completely misunderstanding and giving you wrong answers/suggestions.
Do ear buds/ headphones get measured ? If they do it should be possible to get what your after by looking at speakers with similar measurements
If you want slam you need multiple ported subs. It's not hard to pressurize your ear canal, but pressurizing a large room requires logarithmically larger amount of power and excursion.