Holiday gift guide: Headphones under $100

We've rounded up some great headphones that cost less than $100

A pair of headphones can be a great gift to go along with a new MP3 player or digital radio. If you're looking for a pair of headphones this Christmas and are on a budget, then take a look at our roundup of headphones available for under $100.

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TDK EB 900

If you have an MP3 player capable of custom audio equalisation, TDK's EB 900 in-ear headphones come into their own. Passive noise cancellation is near-perfect when using the foam ear-tips, and even unequalised sound quality is acceptable. For the price, TDK's EB 900 in-ear headphones are a quality product.

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  • 17th March, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • TDK
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  • Pros:
  • Foam ear-tips block almost all outside noise, decent sound quality that responds well to equalisation
  • Cons:
  • Unequalised sound can sound slightly flat and muffled, no clip for headphone cable
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