1. Beyerdynamic DTX50

    Beyerdynamic DTX50

    These in-ear, noise-isolating earphones offer a fine iPod upgrade

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Sennheiser PMX100

    Sennheiser PMX100

    Excellent, neck-band design, easy-listening headphones

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  7. Sennheiser PXC300(noise-cancelling)

    Sennheiser PXC300(noise-cancelling)

    Very good noise cancellation, and a detailed, punchy, entertaining sound

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  8. Beyerdynamic DT990

    Beyerdynamic DT990

    With big metal vents on the earpieces, the DT990s give off an air of stylish industrial dependability, although the comfortable cushioning material fe

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    Available from £299
  9. Sony MDR-V700DJ

    Sony MDR-V700DJ

    The Sony MDR-V700DJ headphones are comfortable DJ Style headphones but the sound falls short in many key areas

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