1. 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 £135.59
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  2. Sol Republic Relays

    Sol Republic Relays

    The Sol Republic Relays are a good shout for sporty types

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  3. JVC HA-ETR40

    JVC HA-ETR40

    An affordable in-ear that nails both comfort and sound – a decent proposition for any fitness guru

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    Available from £42.33
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  4. Audio Technica ATH-CKP200

    Audio Technica ATH-CKP200

    Not the flashiest of in-ears, but a comfortable, light and decent sounding pair of sports headphones

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    Available from £26.2
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  5. Monster iSport Strive

    Monster iSport Strive

    Stylish, sporty-looking and safety-conscious buds with a fine sound

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    Available from £36.99
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  7. Sennheiser Momentum M2 IEi

    Sennheiser Momentum M2 IEi

    Sennheiser’s Momentum range continues to grow and so does our admiration for it – these are superb in-ears for the money

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  8. Soul Electronics Flex

    Soul Electronics Flex

    Good looking, top-performing headphones for a reasonable price

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  9. Samsung Level In

    Samsung Level In

    A high price for headphones that are low in quality

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    Available from £82.11
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  10. SoundMagic E10S

    SoundMagic E10S

    Best in-ears up to £50, Award 2014. Still going strong, this multi-Award winner’s latest update is a treat

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    Available from £25.74
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  11. House of Marley Zion

    House of Marley Zion

    House of Marley is doing a lot of things right, but sound quality still lags behind

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