Does anyone here wear hearing aids and use headphones at all? This probably sounds a bit dumb to those who don't, but hearing aids change the frequencies your brain is used to picking up, so anytime I listen to music or watch movies on my theater system I need to have them on or it sounds incredibly flat (no worries on hearing aid quality, these things probably have better speakers than my Klipsches do). I'd like some good headphones for late night, but I'm not sure how to go about it- Do they make headphones that fit loosely enough to encompass extra-aural aids? Should I get a frequency programming print-out from my hearing doc and use the graph to set up an equalizer? Is there another way altogether? Thanks in advance for any input.