1. Sennheiser PX360 BT

    Sennheiser PX360 BT

    Luxuriantly appointed and complete with surround mode and apt-x embellishments, Sennheiser's PX360-BT's aren't cheap, but they're worth it

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  2. Jaybird Sportsband SB2

    Jaybird Sportsband SB2

    They're certainly eyecatching enough, but these Jaybirds need a £45 apt-X bolt-on package to move above being merely average

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  3. Santok BTHS600

    Santok BTHS600

    Despite being affordable enough, these smart looking Santoks have a bright sound and lack of apt-X, making them hard to recommend

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  4. Nokia BH-504

    Nokia BH-504

    These Nokia cans will give you a wonderfully detailed sound that's clear and open - just don't expect too much bass

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  5. Blackbox i10

    Blackbox i10

    The Blackbox i10's are the first set of 'phones we've seen that connect directly to an iPod using Apple's 30-pin jack, and we're very impressed

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  7. Genius GHP-04NC

    Genius GHP-04NC

    These Genius noise-cancelling over-ears have great noise cancelling ability, but the sound is both woolly and lacking in clarity

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  8. Skullcandy 50/50

    Skullcandy 50/50

    The bass-heavy Skullcandy 50/50s are never-the-less an engaging listen

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  9. SoundMagic PL11

    SoundMagic PL11

    If you buy the SoundMagic PL11s you will have very little to grumble at

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  10. Sony MDR-EX500LP

    Sony MDR-EX500LP

    With funky looks and good sound quality the Sony MDR-EX500LP headphones are well worth an audition

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  11. Creative EP-830

    Creative EP-830

    A lack of weight and drive mean that the Creative EP-830s are only worthy of three stars

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