Those sonys also sounds like junk unfortunally. All Sony headphones do...Originally posted by MacAztec
Cant give you a link because the session will time out...but....
Go to Apple.com > Store > Music & Audio (on the left side in the colum thingy)
There you will find these Sonys that are like glass looking, they would match your iBook. Cost about 120 dollars, there are more there so go check it out.
Eh.. not really. Get a good pair and it will be fine for everything.Originally posted by Omad0n
It really depends on what kind of music you'll be listening to on the headphones. some are better at different styles then others.
Yes, I do a good deal of headphone listening. I noticed a ringing, but I think I always had it. It's not noticable if I don't think about it. I've read lots about it and they say it can become permanent. Since then I've been monitoring my sound levels as ears can become 'used' to a certain volume when listening. They say the ringing is the cilia for a certain frequency(s) constantly firing signals to your brain whether agitated or not.Originally posted by dukestreet
I've stopped using headphones lately - my ears have been ringing a bit since I started using them more often. Anyone else ever have a problem with this? And I have noticed that its gotten better since I stopped.
Most good quuality headphones aren't very pleasing aesthetically. There's usually a trade-off for sound quality vs. styling. Mainstream white headphones are something of a rarity since they're so visually striking and contrast with other colors.Originally posted by demonx
Anyone know where I can get a portable, slick looking pair of white headphones, to go with my new iBook?
Now that I am a mac user, non matching, ugly headphones shall never do
Originally posted by springscansing
Eh.. not really. Get a good pair and it will be fine for everything.