1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Grado GR10

    Grado GR10

    The Grado GR10s may cost £355, but if you're looking for the best in-ear headphones around start your search here

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    Available from £399.95
  4. Grado PS1000

    Grado PS1000

    The high-end Grado PS1000 headphones will set you back a bit – and then take your breath away

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    Available from £1990
  5. 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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  7. Klipsch Image One

    Klipsch Image One

    Beautifully finished and pretty much nicely balanced, the Klipsch Image Ones are hampered by an overwhelming amount of bass

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  8. Sennheiser PXC310

    Sennheiser PXC310

    These closed-back, fold-away cans from Sennheiser feature an on-ear design that shies away from any kind of sonic attack

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  9. Audio Technica ATH-ES7

    Audio Technica ATH-ES7

    They don't have the greatest looks in the world, but in terms of sonic ability these on-ear cans have a poised and perfect sound

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  10. Bose OE

    Bose OE

    On the plus side, these Bose cans are light and portable, but we'd really like more bang for our buck

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  11. AKG Q460

    AKG Q460

    They might be recommended by music legend Quincy Jones, but musical congestion means these AKG cans don't get the full five stars

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