1. Skullcandy Mix Master

    Skullcandy Mix Master

    Skullcandy is something of a go-to brand for affordable headphones, but the Mix Masters struggle against their competition

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  2. JVC Ésnsy HA-SR85S

    JVC Ésnsy HA-SR85S

    A pair of cans that can't quite compete in the best in terms dynamics and detail

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  3. PSB M4U 1

    PSB M4U 1

    An upbeat, unfussy pair of headphones that should find many fans

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  4. Meze 73 Classics

    Meze 73 Classics

    Good looks, but these headphones lack the substance to go with the style

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  5. RHA MA750i

    RHA MA750i

    Earphones that look and sound like they mean business, but only if you run them in extensively

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    Available from £89.95
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  7. Beats by Dr. Dre Wireless

    Beats by Dr. Dre Wireless

    Heaps of bass and style, but not much else - a hefty price tag for a one-trick, but trendy, pony

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  8. Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear

    Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear

    Almost a full-house but not quite, the Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear headphones are still a good-sounding, stylish pair of portable cans

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  9. Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro

    Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro

    The Custom One Pros are great for folk who put analysis and detail above all else, but for all-out entertainment, you could do better

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  10. Philips M1BT

    Philips M1BT

    Best wireless headphones, Awards 2013. The Philips cost a bit, but it’s a small price to pay for superb sound and Bluetooth functionality

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  11. Parrot Zik

    Parrot Zik

    These high-tech headphones deliver decent performance, and put a smile on your face if you’re a fashion-conscious feature-fiend

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    Available from £33

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