1. 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
  2. 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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  3. Beyerdynamic T51i

    Beyerdynamic T51i

    Best portable on-ears £200-£300, Awards 2014. A most excellent pair of on-ear headphones. You must give these a listen.

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    Available from £229.99
  4. Bose QuietComfort 25

    Bose QuietComfort 25

    Best noise-cancelling headphones, Awards 2014. These are the noise-cancelling headphones by which all others should be judged

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  5. Beyerdynamic DT990 Premium

    Beyerdynamic DT990 Premium

    The ‘Premium’ version brings improvements to the original model, delivering across the board with good sound, comfort and build

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  7. Focal Spirit Classic

    Focal Spirit Classic

    Detailed, dynamically good, and compact cans that require a touch more ‘oomph’ for a full star set

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  8. Audio Technica ATH-A900X LTD

    Audio Technica ATH-A900X LTD

    These remarkably clear and spacious headphones are worth serious consideration

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  9. Creative Aurvana Platinum

    Creative Aurvana Platinum

    They may be feature-packed and luxury lookers, but the Aurvana Platinums just don’t have the sound or comfort to match

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  10. V-Moda Crossfade M-100

    V-Moda Crossfade M-100

    These stylish cans definitely make an impact, but they need more finesse and detail to truly compete with class rivals

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  11. AKG K545

    AKG K545

    The AKGs are built to last and sound insightful enough, but they’re lacking in refinement

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    Available from £12.49

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