1. Jays C-Jays

    Jays C-Jays

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

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  2. 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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  3. Skullcandy Icon/Recruit

    Skullcandy Icon/Recruit

    Great achievement at this money. Sound is communicative and detailed and they're comfortable

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  4. 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 £47.15
  5. Sennheiser PMX200

    Sennheiser PMX200

    Extremely impressive for closed-back headphones

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  7. JVC HA-E130

    JVC HA-E130

    Surprisingly comfortable headphones that are rhythmic and detailed considering the £10 price

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  8. Panasonic RP-HJE240E

    Panasonic RP-HJE240E

    They're certainly better than most bundled headphones, but even at £20 you can buy better

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    Available from £10.9
  9. Jaybird JB200

    Jaybird JB200

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

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  10. Beyerdynamic DT660

    Beyerdynamic DT660

    139.00 Well worth the money, with a punchy, powerful sound Punchy, powerful sound, great dynamics, good detailing Loose bass, thin treble, flimsy feel Despite their smart and comfortable design, the Beyer DT660s are hamstrung by their flimsy, plastic feel. Plug them in, however, and you get a

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  11. Sony PFR-V1

    Sony PFR-V1

    These unique looking and beautifully engineered Sony headphones stand out.

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