1. Radiopaq Flex

    Radiopaq Flex

    The Radiopaq Flex headphones are fine for jogging.

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  2. Etymotic Research mc3

    Etymotic Research mc3

    Aimed at smartphone users the Etymotic mc3s work best when burrowed deep in the ear

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  7. 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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  8. Shure SE115m+

    Shure SE115m+

    These Shure buds have a great sense of detailing, although some may find them too analytical in their presentation

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  9. Bose MIE2i

    Bose MIE2i

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

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  10. 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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  11. 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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