1. Nixon RPM

    Nixon RPM

    Don't set any new standards, but they're not without merit and like to party

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  2. Incase Sonic

    Incase Sonic

    A bit of a triumph of style over substance

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  3. House of Marley Stir It Up

    House of Marley Stir It Up

    Nicely made from high-quality materials but bass can be bloated and treble sharp

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  4. Phonak Audeo PFE232

    Phonak Audeo PFE232

    Simply don’t sound quite good enough to justify the high price

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  5. Audio Technica ATH-CKS55i

    Audio Technica ATH-CKS55i

    Big bass is what they promise, and big bass is what you get

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  7. RHA CA-200

    RHA CA-200

    Promising design and build but sound falls a little flat

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  8. Skullcandy FIX

    Skullcandy FIX

    A likeable enough pair of headphones but let down by woolly, imprecise bass

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    Available from £9.99
  9. Sennheiser CX880i

    Sennheiser CX880i

    Classy in-ears that excel with vocals, but certain rivals are better and cheaper

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    Available from £99.95
  10. JayBird Tiger Eyes

    JayBird Tiger Eyes

    So laid back they're in danger of dropping you into a gentle snooze

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  11. Etymotic Research MC5

    Etymotic Research MC5

    In-ears with slightly leaner sound than rivals

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