1. Sennheiser MM200

    Sennheiser MM200

    Yes, we know the lanyard design is a bit unusual, but get beyond that and what you get is good musicality and detailing from these headphones

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  2. Altec Lansing Backbeat 906

    Altec Lansing Backbeat 906

    The neckband might not suit everyone, but we like the good sound and usability of these Altec Lansings

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  3. Sleek Audio SA6/W-1

    Sleek Audio SA6/W-1

    They're expensive, but these Sleek Audio earphones deliver a great sound, and are easy to fit into the ear

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  4. Sennheiser HD800

    Sennheiser HD800

    These Senneheisers offer much, but are beaten by close rivals in important areas

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  5. Sony MDR-XB500

    Sony MDR-XB500

    These Sony closed back headphones are nowhere near good enough for the money – you can buy far better

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  7. Shure SRH240

    Shure SRH240

    We're used to better quality from Shure than these SRH240 over ear headphones offer

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    Available from £38.73
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  8. Philips SHB9000

    Philips SHB9000

    They're simple enough to use, but we found the sound from these Philips cans to be woefully substandard

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  9. Jabra Halo

    Jabra Halo

    These headphone may look like they're for Star Trek fans only, but we found they had a reasonably good sound

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    Available from £52.51
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  10. Shure SE102

    Shure SE102

    They might look a tad strange, but these in-ear Shure's are sonically awesome

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  11. Beyerdynamic DTX60

    Beyerdynamic DTX60

    First impressions are good with the DTX60s, but despite the fact they're light and comfy, they lack bass presence

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