When it comes to audio on-the-go, the consumer market has come full circle over the last several decades: back in the 80s it wasn't uncommon to see kids running around with massive headphones attached to their skulls, rocking out to whatever crap their parents hated the most. Fast-forward twenty years, and it was all about earbuds – stuffing tiny speakers into your ear canals was the only [socially acceptable] way to listen to music. Today, it's a good mix of both: earbuds are widely available for those who prefer the smaller form factor, and on-ear headphones have re-emerged into the premium market, as they often provide sound quality their smaller brothers are not capable of producing.

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