1. Final Audio Adagio III

    Final Audio Adagio III

    These quirky headphones look intriguing enough, but how do they stack up against our favourite in-ears?

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  2. Beyerdynamic DX 120 iE

    Beyerdynamic DX 120 iE

    These sturdy in-ears are built to last and produce a balanced, detailed sound...

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  3. SoundMagic E50S

    SoundMagic E50S

    These budget in-ear headphones deliver a lively and upbeat sound, but how do they fare against the very best at this price?

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  4. House of Marley Legend

    House of Marley Legend

    These attractive in-ears look the part, but how do they sound?

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  5. Klipsch Reference R6i

    Klipsch Reference R6i

    These fine in-ear headphones are blessed with a natural sound...

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    Available from £59.9
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  7. Oppo PM-3

    Oppo PM-3

    Good-looking headphones lack the sonic finesse of their rivals.

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  8. B&W P5 Wireless

    B&W P5 Wireless

    Bowers & Wilkins enters the Bluetooth headphone market. Do the B&W P5 Wireless cans have what it takes to compete?

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  9. AKG N90Q

    AKG N90Q

    The Quincy Jones-inspired headphones feature active noise-cancelling, world-first auto-calibration technology, and a £1300 price tag. We go hands (and ears) on with these striking headphones...

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  10. Sennheiser Momentum 2.0

    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0

    Sennheiser has tinkered with a winning formula, and produced an even better set of Momentum headphones...

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  11. RHA T10i

    RHA T10i

    The RHA T10i headphones have been designed with flexibility and customisation in mind, but what does this mean for sound quality?

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    Available from £109.54
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