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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  7. AKG K845BT

    AKG K845BT

    These AKGs serve up a fine sound, offering oodles of detail, and their build quality is simply fantastic

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    Available from £144.99
  8. Bose AE2w

    Bose AE2w

    They trump their rivals in terms of comfort, and deliver a detailed sound. But they struggle to stay poised in the higher and lower frequencies

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    Available from £12.99
  9. 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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  10. Denon AH-D600

    Denon AH-D600

    A great-sounding pair of headphones that’s all about comfort – well worth a listen

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    Available from £159.9
  11. Beyerdynamic T51p

    Beyerdynamic T51p

    Delivering superb levels of subtlety and rhythm in a portable build, the T51ps are one of the best sounding headphones in its class

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    Available from £244.95

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