1. Sennheiser CX 880i

    Sennheiser CX 880i

    We like Sennheiser's CX880i's a lot, with their great sense of verve and drive, but there's also a thin edge there that some might not like

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  2. Phonak Audeo PFE 022

    Phonak Audeo PFE 022

    There's a lot to like about these Phonak cans, and despite the lack of some dynamics we'd recommend them

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  3. Urbanears Medis

    Urbanears Medis

    They're trying to break the mould with a new type of fit, but these Urbanears just haven't got what it takes

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  4. Monster Beats by Dre Powerbeats

    Monster Beats by Dre Powerbeats

    The styling is certainly in-your-face, but these Powerbeats have great accuracy and control to offer

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  5. Bose MIE2i

    Bose MIE2i

    An accomplished design that's pretty much nailed the microphone-meets-headphones category

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  7. Audio Technica ATH-CK400i

    Audio Technica ATH-CK400i

    These Audio Technica's aren't all bad - we like that microphone positioning, but unfortunately the sound and build belies the budget feel

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  8. Nocs NS200

    Nocs NS200

    First off the blocks for Swedish manufacturer Nocs, the NS200s are a weighty and enjoyable listen that are great value for the money

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  9. Monster Beats by Dre iBeats

    Monster Beats by Dre iBeats

    Possessing more then a touch of bling, the iBeats offer a great noise-isolation seal and smooth, flexible bass as well

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  10. Sennheiser IE 8i

    Sennheiser IE 8i

    There's much to recommend these over-ear cans, but at the money we'd want a better tonal balance

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  11. Monster Beats by Dr Dre Solo HD

    Monster Beats by Dr Dre Solo HD

    This latest addition to the fashionable Beats by Dr Dre brand proves to be just as covetable, although we think they could be more detailed

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