1. Shure SE846

    Shure SE846

    Put performance first, and the SE846s are superb. The trouble is finding sources good enough to do them justice

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  2. Shure SE425

    Shure SE425

    Best in-ears £150-£300, Awards 2013. Could do with a bit more bass, but they really are the finest in-ears we’ve ever heard at this price

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    Available from £169.99
  3. Shure SRH940

    Shure SRH940

    Take no prisoners, but they sound simply brilliant

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    Available from £269
  4. Shure SRH1840

    Shure SRH1840

    Not cheap, but comfortable, wonderful sound and worth every penny

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    Available from £652
  5. Shure SE215

    Shure SE215

    If you are after a bassy flavour the hard-wearing Shure SE215s could be just the thing

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    Available from £75.99
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  7. Shure SE535

    Shure SE535

    At first glance these Shure buds seem expensive, but if you've got the cash then they're worth investigating

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  8. Shure SE115m+

    Shure SE115m+

    These Shure buds have a great sense of detailing, although some may find them too analytical in their presentation

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  9. Shure SRH440

    Shure SRH440

    These cans might be full of energy, but we think they lack some subtlety where it's needed most

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  10. 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 £72.5
  11. Shure SE102

    Shure SE102

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

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