1. Shure SE102

    Shure SE102

    They might look a tad strange, but these in-ear Shure's are sonically awesome

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  2. Beyerdynamic DTX60

    Beyerdynamic DTX60

    First impressions are good with the DTX60s, but despite the fact they're light and comfy, they lack bass presence

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  3. Sennheiser CX550

    Sennheiser CX550

    Enjoyable in all but the most testing circumstances, the CX550s look, feel and sound like value

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  4. Etymotic Research HF2

    Etymotic Research HF2

    These customised headphones will fit your ears perfectly – and they don't perform too bad, either

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  5. Monster Beats Tour

    Monster Beats Tour

    The Monster Beats Tour are among the most exciting and excitable earbuds we’ve heard

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  7. JVC HA-FX1000

    JVC HA-FX1000

    Comfortable, unique, and great-sounding; these premium headphones are well-worth trying

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  8. Nixon Master Blaster

    Nixon Master Blaster

    The Nixon Master Blasters have a firm, comfortable fit for the snowboarders they're designed for and they sound not at all bad

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  9. Beyerdynamic DT880

    Beyerdynamic DT880

    The BeyerDynamic DT880s are very comfortable, with their soft cushion and perfect grip, plus they have a sound that has impressive all-round ability

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    Available from £29.99
  10. Sennheiser CX 300-II

    Sennheiser CX 300-II

    Best in-ear headphones up to £50, Awards 2010. Sennheiser's CX 300-II's offer a no-brainer upgrade for your portable player at a good price

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  11. Sony MDR-NC500D

    Sony MDR-NC500D

    Sony's MDR-NC500D headphones are reasonable by the standards of noise-cancellers, but they're far short of the quality offered by the best

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