Senneheiser's MM60s are open and controlled headphones, with a balanced sound. Remember they're open-backed though if you commute!
The MM50s offer an excellent performance-per-pound proposition, with deep bass and decent treble
The closed-back headphones boast a terrific performance, especially in bass delivery
For closed-back cans, the Sennheisers are very good – but not the best
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
Enjoyable in all but the most testing circumstances, the CX550s look, feel and sound like value
Best in-ear headphones up to £50, Awards 2010. Sennheiser's CX 300-II's offer a no-brainer upgrade for your portable player at a good price
Not quite the same level of insight as Sennheiser's pricier IE7s or IE8s, but they remain a great purchase
Senneheiser produces in-ear headphones for those who hate in-ears. Just watch out for the bass...
Although the bass lacks true authority, they deliver clear and detailed vocals and decent dynamism