Some have an unnatural dislike for JG. I wonder how many were all aboard the JG train when he committed and thought he was gonna lead us to greatness. If I wasn't so lazy I would go back and find their posts and bump them, but I am, so I won't. @Bassmaster_Vol is good at that though.
Not really. I have 3 different pairs from 3 different companies and all sound and work really well. Range from $18 (iJoy) to $65 (RCA) for a nicer pair with noise canceling. You don't have to spend much to get a great pair these days. Honestly, the $18 ones sound about the same as the $65. And people that spend $250 on those Beats headphones don't realize the tech inside and sound quality is the same as the $20 pair. I had an old pair I used for 6 years from walmart that cost me $40. Still works great today, just got worn out looking. My experience has been it's hard to go wrong these days with wireless headphones. On the other hand, I've had really bad experiences with the old wired earbuds. Poor sound, easily falling apart, one ear goes out, etc.
I usually just browse Amazon and find the features I want and read the reviews. It really depends how you need to use the headphones. For running, I prefer on-ear. If I want the best sound and noise cancelling and am not doing a lot of physical activity, I go over-the-ear. For indoor work with music instruments, I use over-ear large diaphragm wired pair (Sony) tuned for such use.
38 of 50..plus Puerto Rico and the American Virgin Islands. Lord willing, and if my health will hold out, I am gonna knock em all off the Bucket list except for Hawaii in the next few years. I don't think I will be able to afford to go there. I want to visit all the National Parks in the 48 contiguous states is my main goal.
Of course not. Who knows, maybe 1 day but seems less likely now.
But at least, even tho I was young, I have an exceptional memory of the 1st time seeing the ocean and that feeling of insignificance in comparison.
Of course it got less and less with each visit but I never forgot the original.