1. Philips Fidelio M2BT

    Philips Fidelio M2BT

    These headphones have all the selling points of the M1BTs, plus NFC. A does-it-all product every bit as good as its Award-winning predecessor

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  2. Slick Distributions SD50

    Slick Distributions SD50

    Decent bluetooth headphones at a reasonable price

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  3. Nokia BH-905i

    Nokia BH-905i

    The Nokia BH-905i Bluetooth headphones will work with almost any audio device

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  4. Jaybird Sportsband SB2

    Jaybird Sportsband SB2

    They're certainly eyecatching enough, but these Jaybirds need a £45 apt-X bolt-on package to move above being merely average

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  5. Santok BTHS600

    Santok BTHS600

    Despite being affordable enough, these smart looking Santoks have a bright sound and lack of apt-X, making them hard to recommend

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  7. Nokia BH-504

    Nokia BH-504

    These Nokia cans will give you a wonderfully detailed sound that's clear and open - just don't expect too much bass

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  8. Altec Lansing Backbeat 906

    Altec Lansing Backbeat 906

    The neckband might not suit everyone, but we like the good sound and usability of these Altec Lansings

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  9. Philips SHB9000

    Philips SHB9000

    They're simple enough to use, but we found the sound from these Philips cans to be woefully substandard

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  10. Jaybird JB200

    Jaybird JB200

    For all their fanciness, the Jaybirds don't come close to sounding like value for money

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  11. Sony DR-BT22iK

    Sony DR-BT22iK

    These Bluetooth wireless headphones from Sony really fail to impress with poor, sibilant sound.

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