In-ear headphones for music on the go.
The Sennheiser PXC550 is excellent at noise cancellation; watch out Bose! Also the build quality is what we'd expect of a premium Sennheiser product; it's light but solid.
The Koss Porta Pros are still very popular after more than 30 years, even amongst people who own other headphones costing an arm and a leg.
The GS2000e has a slightly understated sound when compared to the GS1000e; the emphasis on bass and treble is reduced, which makes the midrange more of a centrepiece. Harmonics and therefore imaging will be a little stronger on the GS2000e, thanks to the relatively present midrange.
For the asking price, the Trinity Audio Vyrus is very good value; the inclusion of the filters makes these earphones perfect for those who want to experiment and find out what different tunings can do for their music.
The P9 Signature is the new luxurious headphone from Bowers and Wilkins, offering hifi sound, iPhone compatibility and superb build quality.
Final might describe the F7200 as the worlds smallest earphone, but it certainly makes a big impression. The clean and utilitarian design of this model hides a lot of soul, and despite Final's impressive line-up so far, we are still surprised by the build (and sound) quality of the F7200.
Etymotic ER4XR is the earphone for music lovers and hi-fi enthusiasts who want uncompromising accuracy, built with precision machined, anodized and laser-etched aluminium body and offers user-replaceable detachable cables.
...considering the bright future ahead for wireless models, Sudio may be well placed for inclusion in everybody's list of notable Swedish things!