1. Sennheiser IE 800

    Sennheiser IE 800

    Some of the most expensive universal earphones in the world

  2. Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150

    Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150

    Iconic style and high-end audio collide with the Logic3 Ferrari T150s.

  3. Apple EarPods
  4. Atomic Floyd SuperDarts

    Atomic Floyd SuperDarts

    £200 earphones. Hard as nails and with ultra-sharp detail to match.

  5. SoundMagic E30

    SoundMagic E30

    Probably the very best way to upgrade sound quality without spending a bundle.

  6. ClarityOne Earbuds

    ClarityOne Earbuds

    £100 Metal-coated earphones with a patented PureSound processor jammed in.

  7. Nocs NS200

    Nocs NS200

    Aluminium-bodied earphones for under £50. Don't knock the Nocs.

  8. Jays t-JAYS Four

    Jays t-JAYS Four

    Serious sound for under a hundred pounds? We look at the new Jays t-JAYS Four.

  9. Sennheiser IE 80
  10. Phonak PFE 232 7

    Phonak Audeo PFE 232

    Is Phonak's first dual-driver earphone the new king of the high-end earphone ratpack?

  11. 3

    ACS T15 Universal Fit Monitors

    If you've always wanted premium earphones, but couldn't afford/justify the cost now there's no excuse...

  12. SoundMagic E10 4

    SoundMagic E10

    The SoundMagic E10 are a decent budget upgrade to your bog standard bundled earphones.

  13. DS101-A 2

    Digital Silence DS101-A

    Noise cancellation at a budget price. Perfect for those who have to face a public transport commute each morning.

  14. Unique Melody Mage 3

    Unique Melody Mage

    Four-driver, custom-moulded IEMs for your sheer listening pleasure.

  15. Shure SE215

    Shure SE215

    They look like the top-end SE535, but can they compete on sound?