1. Audio Technica ATH-AD1000

    Audio Technica ATH-AD1000

    These smart-looking and well built headphones give off an air of sophistication, but sonically they can be a bit too polite

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  2. Audio Technica ATH-A700

    Audio Technica ATH-A700

    Thin treble and big bass lets these cans down

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  3. Grado RS2

    Grado RS2

    These wooden backed cans are a joy to listen to

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    Available from £419.95
  4. Beyerdynamic DT660

    Beyerdynamic DT660

    139.00 Well worth the money, with a punchy, powerful sound Punchy, powerful sound, great dynamics, good detailing Loose bass, thin treble, flimsy feel Despite their smart and comfortable design, the Beyer DT660s are hamstrung by their flimsy, plastic feel. Plug them in, however, and you get a

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  5. Sony PFR-V1

    Sony PFR-V1

    These unique looking and beautifully engineered Sony headphones stand out.

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  7. Sennheiser HD595

    Sennheiser HD595

    These Sennheisers have been around for a while, but they still sound good, even if they're no longer the best

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  8. Comply NR-10

    Comply NR-10

    For a comfortable, extended listen, try these in-ear 'phones

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  9. Grado SR325is

    Grado SR325is

    Best home on-ears £150+, Awards 2011. The Grado SR325 is headphones produce even better sound than the previous version without the 'i'

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    Available from £179.95
  10. Panasonic RP-HC55

    Panasonic RP-HC55

    These Panasonic's are great on paper with an innovative battery pack, but are held back by compressed and tiring sound.

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  11. Denon AH-D2000

    Denon AH-D2000

    These are sumptuously turned-out headphones, with an ultra-comfortable, closed-back design: you can listen long (and loud) without annoying your ears

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