1. SoundMagic E10S

    SoundMagic E10S

    Best in-ears up to £50, Award 2014. Still going strong, this multi-Award winner’s latest update is a treat

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    Available from £33.99
  2. 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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  3. AKG Y50

    AKG Y50

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. Excelling in sound and style, the Y50s are a promising start for AKG’s latest range

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    Available from £59.95
  4. 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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  5. Audio Technica ATH-A900X LTD

    Audio Technica ATH-A900X LTD

    These remarkably clear and spacious headphones are worth serious consideration

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  7. House of Marley Zion

    House of Marley Zion

    House of Marley is doing a lot of things right, but sound quality still lags behind

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  8. AKG K323XSi

    AKG K323XSi

    AKG, with these £50 K323XSi earphones you’re really spoiling us

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    Available from £34.95
  9. Philips Fidelio S2

    Philips Fidelio S2

    The first Fidelio in-ears have strengths but aren’t much suited to a life on the move

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  10. Sony MDR-EX650AP

    Sony MDR-EX650AP

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. From sound, to fit, the EX650s are everything a pair of in-ears should be

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    Available from £52.95
  11. Oppo PM-1

    Oppo PM-1

    Oppo’s first pair of headphones are a luxurious, resounding success

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    Available from £1099

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