1. Radiopaq Dots

    Radiopaq Dots

    Seeking some budget buds? These Radiopaq Dots offer a decent sound for very little outlay

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  2. NOCS NS400 Titanium

    NOCS NS400 Titanium

    Detailed and rhythmic in-ear headphones, but beaten by newer rivals

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  3. Sennheiser HD 408

    Sennheiser HD 408

    These Sennheiser over-ears will certainly appeal to those who are after plenty of bass with their music

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  4. Beyerdynamic T50P

    Beyerdynamic T50P

    Best portable on-ears £200+, Awards 2012. Oodles of detail make the Beyerdynamic T50p a joy to hear.

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  5. Vivanco Aircoustic Studio Monitors

    Vivanco Aircoustic Studio Monitors

    For the most part they're great, but there's a hardness to the top-end which means you should take care

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  7. AKG K370

    AKG K370

    With a good fit and a crisp sound, these AKGs should be on your audition list

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  8. Altec Lansing Muzx Ultra

    Altec Lansing Muzx Ultra

    They might have a great specification, but these Altec Lansing buds haven't got a likeable sound to match

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  9. V-moda Remix Remote

    V-moda Remix Remote

    These V-Moda buds may not be cheap, but they're stylish and smooth; just lacking in a little punch

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  10. Audio Technica ATH-CKM55

    Audio Technica ATH-CKM55

    Despite a truly horrible gold finish, these Audio Technica buds are capable and tight-sounding performers

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  11. Blackbox M10

    Blackbox M10

    You'll get great noise-cancelling ability with the Blackbox M10s, but despite many great attributes they're just not as natural as the class-leaders

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