1. Beats by Dr. Dre Studio 2.0

    Beats by Dr. Dre Studio 2.0

    The new Beats Studios sound better than the originals, but just how good are these noise-cancelling cans?

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  2. Yamaha HPH-M82

    Yamaha HPH-M82

    These colourful Yamaha headphones catch the eye, but how do they sound?

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    Available from £31.55
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  3. Pioneer SE-MX9-T

    Pioneer SE-MX9-T

    It’s all very well having a bold, bassy sound, but that’s not enough to make a stir in this crowded market

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  4. JBL Synchros E30

    JBL Synchros E30

    An uncomfortable fit and bright edge mar an otherwise lively pair of portable headphones

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  5. AKG Y40

    AKG Y40

    Unbalanced, unrefined performance – these aren't the AKGs we’re used to

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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
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  10. 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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  11. Samsung Level-On

    Samsung Level-On

    These on-ears are disappointing and overpriced

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