1. Philips Fidelio NC1

    Philips Fidelio NC1

    There's a lot to look for in a pair of noise-cancelling headphones - can the Philips NC1s deliver?

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  2. B&O BeoPlay H2

    B&O BeoPlay H2

    The B&O BeoPlay H2s are the complete package - stylish, comfortable and blessed with superb sonics

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  3. 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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  4. PSB M4U2

    PSB M4U2

    Full-bodied, powerful and exciting, these headphones are superb travel companion

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  5. 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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  7. Yamaha HPH-M82

    Yamaha HPH-M82

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

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  8. Sol Republic Relays

    Sol Republic Relays

    The Sol Republic Relays are a good shout for sporty types

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  9. 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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  10. JBL Synchros E30

    JBL Synchros E30

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

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  11. Pioneer SE-E721

    Pioneer SE-E721

    A decent sound and comfortable fit, but rivals are more practical for sports use

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