1. Sennheiser iE60

    Sennheiser iE60

    Good, but the low frequencies dominate a little too much and treble can get brash

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    Available from £119.95
  2. Sennheiser HD598

    Sennheiser HD598

    Supremely comfortable, but the sound is just too boring

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    Available from £149
  3. Sennheiser CX880i

    Sennheiser CX880i

    Classy in-ears that excel with vocals, but certain rivals are better and cheaper

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    Available from £99.95
  4. Sennheiser CX281

    Sennheiser CX281

    An enjoyable sound – but we’d like even sweeter treble and a bit more volume, please

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  5. Sennheiser HD 25-1 II Adidas Originals

    Sennheiser HD 25-1 II Adidas Originals

    Excellent – lavish you with detail, dynamics and neutrality

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  7. Sennheiser MM 70i

    Sennheiser MM 70i

    With a little more sonic oomph, these headphones could have been a five-star product

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  8. Sennheiser PXC 360 BT

    Sennheiser PXC 360 BT

    The Sennheiser PXC 360 BT have an SRS surround mode as an added feature

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  9. Sennheiser CX 880i

    Sennheiser CX 880i

    We like Sennheiser's CX880i's a lot, with their great sense of verve and drive, but there's also a thin edge there that some might not like

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  10. Sennheiser IE 8i

    Sennheiser IE 8i

    There's much to recommend these over-ear cans, but at the money we'd want a better tonal balance

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  11. Sennheiser PXC310

    Sennheiser PXC310

    These closed-back, fold-away cans from Sennheiser feature an on-ear design that shies away from any kind of sonic attack

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