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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • 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 want to be cut off from the rest of the world, and aren't necessarily flying on a plane).

    Since I use the e2c and these 5+ year old Grados, I can tell you that the sound very good on both, but the Grado is noticably (and significantly) better. They'll set you back a little, and you'll have to hunt for them, but they'll last a long time.