1. Sony MDR-Z1000 P5

    Sony MDR-Z1000 P5

    An impressive pair of  'designer portables' with good sound

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  2. Monster Beats Pro by Dr Dre

    Monster Beats Pro by Dr Dre

    If you like your music with plenty of bass, these are the cans for you

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  3. SoundMagic E10

    SoundMagic E10

    Best in-ears up to £40, Awards 2013. A genuine no-compromise proposition for the money.

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    Available from £29.95
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  4. Sennheiser MM 70i

    Sennheiser MM 70i

    With a little more sonic oomph, these headphones could have been a five-star product

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  5. Jamo IN40i

    Jamo IN40i

    Deliver a rich and weighty sound, but bass can dominate

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  7. Jays t-Jays Two

    Jays t-Jays Two

    The Jays t-Jays Twos are a good choice for bass lovers

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    Available from £39.95
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  8. Phiaton PS 200

    Phiaton PS 200

    Punchy and detailed, but prone to sibilant treble

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  9. Digital Silence DS-321D

    Digital Silence DS-321D

    In-ear heaphones with good noise-cancelling abilities, and well-balanced sound with a decent soundstage

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  10. Audio Technica ATH-CKS50

    Audio Technica ATH-CKS50

    The Audio Technica ATH-CKS50 replace the excellent ATH-CKM55s

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  11. Sennheiser CX 280

    Sennheiser CX 280

    The Sennheiser CS 280s are replacements for the Award-winning CX300-II

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