1. Jaybird JB200

    Jaybird JB200

    For all their fanciness, the Jaybirds don't come close to sounding like value for money

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  2. Audio Technica ATH-A700

    Audio Technica ATH-A700

    Thin treble and big bass lets these cans down

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    Available from £135.5
  3. Grado RS2

    Grado RS2

    These wooden backed cans are a joy to listen to

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    Available from £567
  4. Sennheiser HD595

    Sennheiser HD595

    These Sennheisers have been around for a while, but they still sound good, even if they're no longer the best

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  5. Comply NR-10

    Comply NR-10

    For a comfortable, extended listen, try these in-ear 'phones

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  7. Panasonic RP-HC55

    Panasonic RP-HC55

    These Panasonic's are great on paper with an innovative battery pack, but are held back by compressed and tiring sound.

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  8. Klipsch Custom 1

    Klipsch Custom 1

    Klipsch's Custom-1's fail to live up to expectations in just about every way

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  9. Denon AH-C551

    Denon AH-C551

    Another well-built, nicely thought-out addition to the headphone hierachy from Denon.

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    Available from £51.89
  10. Denon AH-D2000

    Denon AH-D2000

    These are sumptuously turned-out headphones, with an ultra-comfortable, closed-back design: you can listen long (and loud) without annoying your ears

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  11. Sennheiser PXC350

    Sennheiser PXC350

    The PXC350s are a cut price version of the PXC450s - the sound drives along nicely and value for money is good, although we prefer the PXC450s for noi

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