1. House of Marley Liberate XLBT

    House of Marley Liberate XLBT

    The Marleys miss their mark with substandard sound quality – cast your gaze elsewhere

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  2. Jabra Revo Wireless

    Jabra Revo Wireless

    The Revos are a clever design but don’t quite have the sound quality to back it up

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  3. Bowers & Wilkins P5 Series 2

    Bowers & Wilkins P5 Series 2

    With gorgeous looks and a stunningly impressive sound, the updated B&W P5s are the new headphones to beat

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    Available from £169.99
  4. SMS Audio Sync by 50 Cent

    SMS Audio Sync by 50 Cent

    50 Cent may have put his name to them, but even this celebrity endorsement can’t save these Bluetooth headphones

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  5. Samsung Level-On

    Samsung Level-On

    These on-ears are disappointing and overpriced

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  7. Audeze EL-8

    Audeze EL-8

    Much-loved high-end headphone manufacturer Audeze has introduced a new 'entry-level' set of cans in the shape of the EL-8. We got our hands on them at CES.

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  8. Bose Soundlink On-ear

    Bose Soundlink On-ear

    Bose goes Bluetooth with some success – these headphones are a very decent shout

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  9. Philips Fidelio M1MKII

    Philips Fidelio M1MKII

    Best portable on-ears £100-£200, Awards 2014. A lovely pair of portable headphones. Highly recommended.

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  10. AKG Y45BT

    AKG Y45BT

    Not a stunning pair of Bluetooth headphones, but the AKG Y45BTs are solid-sounding

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  11. Focal Spirit One S

    Focal Spirit One S

    Another fine pair of headphones from Focal, but not the punchiest

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