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01 ONE FOR FEATURE FIENDS

SONY MDR-1000X £360, sony.co.uk

Sony’s top-end wireless cans are the most expensive on test, but they’re also the smartest. They customise noise-cancelling to suit your wearing habits, while two Ambient Sound settings let in voices or background noise. It all works brilliantly. The synthetic leather styling is dull but they’re super comfy and easy to use thanks to the slick gesture control pad. Sony’s high-res

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