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. Monster iSport Strive

    Monster iSport Strive

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

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  7. Soul Electronics Flex

    Soul Electronics Flex

    Good looking, top-performing headphones for a reasonable price

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  8. Samsung Level In

    Samsung Level In

    A high price for headphones that are low in quality

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  9. 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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  10. Samsung Level-On

    Samsung Level-On

    These on-ears are disappointing and overpriced

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  11. JBL Synchros S400BT

    JBL Synchros S400BT

    A patchy performance from the JBLs: the fit isn’t quite right and neither is the sound

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