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I've done that before ~ the look on other people's faces on the tram or train is priceless
'Who is that strange person with the garden hose leading into those metallic looking headphones?'
The look was probably related to the fact that they could hear everything you were listening to.
I love my Grados but wouldn't dream of taking them on a train or bus, not everybody wants to listen to my music
It's funny you know ~ leakage is worse on the 325i ~ I attest to being guilty to the scenario above, but I can get away with it on the SR80i's
on a packed train.
Plenty of others with i-buds somehow blaring me out
I think that's one of the best pictures I've ever seen here. K1000s are better than many consumer-grade speakers I've heard.
I only take IEMs out. Headphones are a bit too bulky, and IEMs seem to deal better with being tossed into a laptop bag and general travel abuse.
headphones home+hotels but inside only.
iems outside like ... anytime i step outside i got one pair pluged. I never dared to walk outside without music, imagine for a sec that somebody tries talking to me, what would i do????
Can't help you man. I would be to stunned to say anything. I mean people actually converse when their out and about? Thats new to me.
I wear all three of my headphones to school, few people say they are big, and say they must have a lot of bass for being so big. I don't use them as a fashion accessory but as an anti-social accessory. Doesn't work all the time though, i don't know why they think i want to talk to them.