Currently I have the M50s for normal home listening, and sennheiser cx300II Bs for cheap, bass enriched mobile listening.
I recently got accepted into med school, and I'm looking for some headphones or IEMs that have noise canceling, with no leakage. When I study I usually don't listen to music, and if I do, it's mostly soundtracks, classical or anything without lyrics.
Currently, I'm thinking the BOSE qc15 should be a consideration, but I'm not certain if there are others that are better for the price. And maybe I should be looking into IEMs as well, but I'm unfamiliar with the market.
Budget: max $250. I may go up to 300-350 if the extra $100 is worth it.
Comfort is a priority, my ears are pretty small...
Sound: not too picky here, should be adequate. But definitely minimal leakage if any, and maximum noise canceling.
IEMs v. Over/on the ear: you guys decide this.
Edit: seems like I should be looking at noise isolating not canceling, so I'm taking those recommendations instead.
Edited by Mostlytoasty - 3/21/15 at 12:54pm