1. Phonak Audeo PFE 111

    Phonak Audeo PFE 111

    These in-ears may be comfy, but they sound rather sluggish

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  2. SoundMagic PL50

    SoundMagic PL50

    If you usually find in-ear 'phones uncomfortable to wear and listen to, these could change your mind

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  3. Shure SRH440

    Shure SRH440

    These cans might be full of energy, but we think they lack some subtlety where it's needed most

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  4. Panasonic RP-HJE350

    Panasonic RP-HJE350

    Sennheiser's cornered the affordable in-ear headphone market - can Panasonic's offering unseat the king from its throne?

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  5. Beyerdynamic DTX100

    Beyerdynamic DTX100

    Beyerdynamic already has some Award-winning earbuds in its DTX80s - and now it's going for the top spot once more

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  7. Griffin Tunebuds

    Griffin Tunebuds

    These buds are a cheap and definite improvment from the leaky, offensive bundled earphones supplied with an iPod

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    Available from £4.33
  8. Ultimate Ears Loudenough

    Ultimate Ears Loudenough

    They reduce the source volume, and therefore are suitable for children, but we found the sound clattery and ill-defined

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  9. Sennheiser MM60

    Sennheiser MM60

    Senneheiser's MM60s are open and controlled headphones, with a balanced sound. Remember they're open-backed though if you commute!

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    Available from £19.97
  10. Bose Mobile On-ear Headset

    Bose Mobile On-ear Headset

    Even with the Bose tag, these on-ear cans are good, but only in a middling kind of way

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  11. Ultimate Ears MetroFi 170vi

    Ultimate Ears MetroFi 170vi

    If you like your bass deep, then these buds may just be for you - but be warned, they lack control and need some attack

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