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What are some good noise canceling headphones / earbuds to reduce noise around me?

I have pretty fragile ears, and things are often loud and make my head hurt. I don't want to look strange wearing massive headphones. My price range is around $50 at most.

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Beats are pretty good. Sony is decent too. I'm not a big fan of headphones even though they are somewhat safer than earbuds.

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I don't want headphones, I want to reduce noise
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Beats earphones then?
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I'm confused, if you mean so you can't hear other things go Sony headphones. They're like $20 at Walmart. The best that I can think of are beats. I have them and they're great, but they're like $200. hope this helps. (idk the price of skullcandys but I heard they're good too!)

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Dr dee beats they are the best!!!! Trust me :)

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Dr dre** haha sorry
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But they're way out of their price range
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I want to reduce the noise around me
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Oh we'll if you want one that coast less the earphones for the iPhone (the new iphone earphones) they rock and don't coast that much
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None of those are noise canceling and beats have extremely crapy acoustic frequency isolation by 1:50 ratio
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Google "tweaked audio", they have the best ones I know of, and find a promo code, I have a $40 pair I got for $20 and I love them !

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Bose is very good.

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Skullcandy upbeat. There not to bulking and very fitting I got a pair of purple ones and they fit nicely .

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Noise canceling earbuds are usually 100+ so your better off just getting some acoustic ear plugs, depending on the decibels and frequency of the ambient sounds your dealing with price may vary from $3-500.

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Skull candy

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