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  • I highly recommend the ER6 (or 6i) earbuds from Etymotic Research []. They sound fantastic, and as a bonus they do a great job of blocking out outside sounds. They actually work well as earplugs too, even without listening to music.

    I love to use them on my plane trips, because they block out the bulk of the airplane noise.
  • A couple of years ago, I got a set of Shure's E2c as a present. []

    Now, I only ever listen to classical music, which is a tough genre to listen to in public transport of any kind, but these little plugs manage to make me enjoy the music whereever I go.

  • I don't recommend anything else they make but I adore my Bose Triports. They are *not* noise cancelling but have 30db of inherent sound dampening. They're light and have excellent sound quality. I use them at work and when I travel. They're the best 150$ I've ever spent (apart from the night in amsterdam)
  • I'm going to have to agree with sungo here and recommend the Bose Triports.

    I'm on a bus around three hours per weekday, and while the $150 model I'm referring to doesn't inherently include the noise-reduction feature, it does indeed cancel out virtually all of the background noise just by merit of its design. Infact, I usually sit at the very back of the bus, virtually up-on the engine, and am not even remotely bothered by it.

    The noise-cancelling version is somewhere around $300, but in my mind are most app
  • About 5 years ago, I picked up a pair of Grado Headphones from a high end stereo shop around the corner from my apartment. They are literally the best headphones I have ever used.

    For daily use, I use the Shure e2c with the foam sleeves. They're OK, and they do a decent job of cutting out outside noise (but not completely). The Grado setup is big, bulky, over the ear, with an open back. The sound is amazing, and you can still hear what's going on around you (i.e., when you want to listen to music, don't