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  • by Fox (3246) on 2006.03.27 23:21 (#46803) Journal
    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 appropriate for persons who frequently find themselves on airplanes.

    I use the triports--connected to my iPod--to listen mostly to podcasts. However, I frequently listen to my music as well. The sound quality is truly fantastic. I doubt you'd be disappointed.

    Like anything else, I'd probably visit an Apple Store, or somewhere else you can demo them before you buy them. Just so you can convince yourself they are as amazing as they are. :-)