1. Sennheiser MM50

    Sennheiser MM50

    The MM50s offer an excellent performance-per-pound proposition, with deep bass and decent treble

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  2. Klipsch S4i

    Klipsch S4i

    The sound may lack some body, but we'd recommend you give these Klipsch headphones a try, especially if you own an iPhone 3GS

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  3. Atomic Floyd Twist Jax

    Atomic Floyd Twist Jax

    They're built to last, and look stylish as well, but these Atomic Floyd cans are a bit too harsh for our tastes

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  4. Bose QuietComfort 15

    Bose QuietComfort 15

    Best noise-cancelling headphones, Awards 2013. Commuting doesn't need to be hell with these effective noise-cancelling headphones

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  5. Ultimate Ears Super Fi 5vi

    Ultimate Ears Super Fi 5vi

    Far better then other in-ears we've seen by the same manufacturer, these headphones are simply brilliant

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  7. Sennheiser HD 380 Pro

    Sennheiser HD 380 Pro

    The closed-back headphones boast a terrific performance, especially in bass delivery

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  8. Altec Lansing Backbeat 903

    Altec Lansing Backbeat 903

    The Bluetooth-enabled Backbeat 903 is a real wireless winner

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    Available from £49.9
  9. Beyerdynamic DTX80

    Beyerdynamic DTX80

    There's much to like about these very comfortable and detailed in-ears

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  10. Sennheiser HD 218

    Sennheiser HD 218

    For closed-back cans, the Sennheisers are very good – but not the best

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  11. Kicker HP-301

    Kicker HP-301

    These on-ear headphones are a secure fit, but there are better-sounding alternatives for similar cash

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