I don't think there is such a thing. I own the Stax Omega IIs. They are unbelievably quick, detailed and transparent. With LP's, it is amazing to hear how small tics and pops come and go so quickly -- no overhang or resonance to draw out the sound.
But, they can sound very dry and analytical when source material or upstream components are not compatible. They are also not meant to be used at ear-splitting levels -- at some point either the headphones or the amp (I would guess the amp) compresses and stops getting louder.
The best I have heard them sound was with Audionote gear upstream. Smooth, warm sounding tube gear upstream would be best.
I've heard Koss electrostatics that sounded warmer and more foregiving, but they did not have the breathtaking speed of the Stax. If you want something that has a bit less of that in-you-head sound, the AKG 1000 is also worth a listen.