1. Audio Technica ATH-AD700

    Audio Technica ATH-AD700

    If you're seeking an alternative to Grado, then Audio Technica's ATH-AD700s might be just the thing

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  2. Technics RP-F350

    Technics RP-F350

    Tough 'phones, but there's a lack of transparency and precision. An average performance that can be beaten for value.

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  3. Bluetrek ST1 Bluetooth

    Bluetrek ST1 Bluetooth

    These bluetooth 'phones look awkward but are comfortable and do a decent job

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  4. Jabra BT620s Bluetooth

    Jabra BT620s Bluetooth

    These sports-style Bluetooth headphones are easy to set up, but sound less convincing than some rivals

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  5. Sony DR-BT30 Bluetooth

    Sony DR-BT30 Bluetooth

    Opinions vary on comfort and usability, but sound is decent, with reasonable bass and detail.

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  7. Oakley O Rokr

    Oakley O Rokr

    A pair of Bluetooth headphones combined with a pair of sunglasses. Sound is only as good as a regular £30 pair

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  8. Sony DR-BT50 Bluetooth

    Sony DR-BT50 Bluetooth

    These Sony Bluetooth 'phones would be ideal for long-term wireless listening. Plenty of bass weight, and fine midband detail.

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  9. Shure SE530

    Shure SE530

    Terrific noise-isolators with an extremely snug fit offer astonishing detail but ar eprone to a litle sibilance at the top end

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  10. Philips SHN9500 (noise-cancelling)

    Philips SHN9500 (noise-cancelling)

    These 'phones are great for noise-cancelling, detail levels and vocal performance, but fall down with a somewhat pedestrian delivery and high price

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  11. Beyerdynamic SX10

    Beyerdynamic SX10

    These headphones were once among our favourites, but now newer rivals give more detail and control and are more comfortable

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