1. Sony XBA-H1

    Sony XBA-H1

    At this price, good design and high build quality aren’t enough

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £75.5
  2. Bose AE2w

    Bose AE2w

    They trump their rivals in terms of comfort, and deliver a detailed sound. But they struggle to stay poised in the higher and lower frequencies

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £12.99
  3. KEF M500

    KEF M500

    KEF’s debut in the headphone market is a strong one – the M500s have plenty of appeal

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £12.99
  4. Audio Technica ATH-M50

    Audio Technica ATH-M50

    Immersive and refined: the Audio Technica ATH-M50 headphones are a great effort

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £79.99
  5. Klipsch Image X7i

    Klipsch Image X7i

    Premium Klipsches deliver in every aspect of their performance

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £94.3
  6. More after the break

  7. a-JAYS Three

    a-JAYS Three

    Punchy, entertaining sound on a short volume leash

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £44.95
  8. JVC HA-NC120

    JVC HA-NC120

    Decent sound, but there are better noise-cancelling options

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £43.69
  9. AKG K550

    AKG K550

    Best home on-ears £150+, Awards 2013. Rousingly musical headphones with no obvious deficiencies

    70%
    Our rating
    Available from £99
  10. Philips The Bend

    Philips The Bend

    Comfortable, but need to sound better

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £18.99
  11. Jays t-Jays 3

    Jays t-Jays 3

    Produce a reasonable sound, but suffer a hint of spikiness with vocals and high frequencies

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £79.95

Pages