headsets become rather uncomfortable for me after a while. they press on the ears and heat me up. unbearable in summer. i still have my pair of beyerdynamic's that i bought for office use but have switched over to in-ears from shure all the way. comfort is not an issue, they block out office noise far better and with the background rumble removed the sound is superior, too.downsides - people don't notice them easily (i opted for the clear model) and just start talking to me. when worn in the streets the insulation is so strong i have to double and triple check all the time when crossing pavements and roads. only sirens, lorries and buses register.i buy a new cable and a set of foam plugs every few years and keep the loudspeakers instead of having to throw the whole thing out like with many cheaper sets.
+1. Avoid headsets if you can. For office use you'll be needing a closed pair so you don't leak sound everywhere and annoy your coworkers by listening to My Immortal for the 60th time that day.
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