We love earbuds but they’re not without their flaws. The comfort difference between earbuds and over the ear studio headphones is a matter of taste, but convenience definitely goes to earbuds. Plus, let’s face it, unless you’re willing to spend more on earbuds than you did on the audio device the quality will be middling at best. And then there was the Phiaton PS 20 NC earbuds with noise blocker.
The PS 20 NCs are designed as with a “half-in-ear” design so you’re only sticking in just the tip which leads to better satisfaction and enhanced performance time. With the noise blocker technology 95% of the shit going on around you is effectively negated. It won’t totally take care of the bums but at least you won’t have to listen to them. For the audiophiles out there, they’re packing a frequency range of 15 Hz ~ 22k Hz, impedance of 16 Ohm, 101dB sensitivity, and a max input power of 30mW. We don’t know what half of those numbers mean but if they sound half as good as they look we want them.