1. 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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  2. EarSonics SM1

    EarSonics SM1

    Easy-going buds from EarSonics, but more energy would be good

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  3. Martin Logan Mikros 70

    Martin Logan Mikros 70

    This easy-to-listen-to pair of earbuds is a great option. A little more punch and gloss would be nice, but you should definitely give these a try

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  4. House of Marley Redemption Song

    House of Marley Redemption Song

    Jammin'? Not exactly...

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  5. Cresyn C510E

    Cresyn C510E

    Comfortable, open-sounding earphones, but short on excitement and overall fluidity

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  7. Mix-Style inner headphones

    Mix-Style inner headphones

    These striking buds have a huge cult following in Japan, and we can see why

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  8. Audio Technica ATH-CKS55

    Audio Technica ATH-CKS55

    If you crave bass at the expense of all else, then these are the buds for you

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  9. dBLogic EP-100

    dBLogic EP-100

    They might not be the epitome of “hi-fi”, but the EP-100s offer a dramatic, enjoyably musical performance

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  10. Philips SHE8000

    Philips SHE8000

    Easy-going, decently detailed sound, let down by fat bass and notched-out midrange

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    Available from £9.96
  11. Monster Gratitude

    Monster Gratitude

    These celebrity Monster buds are good for the money, but not the best

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