1. Monster Beats by Dr Dre

    Monster Beats by Dr Dre

    No marketing gimmickry at work here. These are serious cans – seriously good, that is

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  2. Sennheiser OMX80

    Sennheiser OMX80

    Although the bass lacks true authority, they deliver clear and detailed vocals and decent dynamism

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  3. Philips SHS8000/00

    Philips SHS8000/00

    Good fitting headphones for the gym. As for the sound, the bottom-end is nicely taut and punchy and they're dynamic and detailed

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  4. Sennheiser PMX80

    Sennheiser PMX80

    Comfortable, the buds sit snugly in your ear. Sound is weighty and solid with a real sense of spaciousness

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    Available from £29.99
  5. Skullcandy Chops

    Skullcandy Chops

    They won't fall off when you jog, but because of the position of the buds the sound is a little vague and woolly

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    Available from £13.97
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  7. Sony MDR-AS40EX

    Sony MDR-AS40EX

    Anyone can achieve a good fit with these comfortable headphones. They sound good in action, too

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  8. JVC HA-EB70

    JVC HA-EB70

    Poor in-ear headphones aimed at the sporty market

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    Available from £6.9
  9. Jays C-Jays

    Jays C-Jays

    It’s a competitive market and there are simply better options available

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  10. Sennheiser IE 8

    Sennheiser IE 8

    If you're a commuter who values their music, you have to give these a try

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  11. Sony MDR-NC40

    Sony MDR-NC40

    Designed for long journeys but they leak sound and, whether the noise-cancelling is on or off, the delivery is poor

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    Available from £69.99

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