1. Philips SHN7500 (noise-cancelling)

    Philips SHN7500 (noise-cancelling)

    These in-ears use an effective noise-cancelling unit, and have a rich, detailed sound. They don't look great though...

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  2. Philips SA6025

    Philips SA6025

    Looks good, but scratch the surface and there's not much there

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  3. Philips PET830

    Philips PET830

    Design features a slot-loading mechanism, making changing discs on the move less of a chore

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  4. Philips AJ5100

    Philips AJ5100

    The AJ5100 is designed as a ‘table radio’, but with its literally laid-back styling both looks and feels more exclusive than it is

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  5. Philips DTR-210

    Philips DTR-210

    A great solution at a great price, but it fails to deliver the last ounce of performance

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  7. 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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  8. Philips SRU9600

    Philips SRU9600

    Stylish software-free performer, scroll wheel annoyance aside this measures up.

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  9. Philips HTS9800W

    Philips HTS9800W

    Cheaper rivals are setting high standards at lower prices, but the Philips HTS9800 is still a good buy

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  10. Philips WACS7500

    Philips WACS7500

    Promises much - CD player; FM radio; hard-disk music server; wireless distribution – but falls down on sonic performance

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  11. Philips WACS7000

    Philips WACS7000

    Multiroom is a real possibility for many due to this price and ease of use- it isn't jump up and down great on sound quality though

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