Everyone loves music, be it ambient emotional acoustic stuff, jangly pop or the brutal head-smashing sound of some good old death metal. Whatever you're into, you're going to need some good headphones for tunes on the go. Luckily for you, we have a whole heap of reviews telling you which pair of 'phones will do your tunes justice.
We also love hearing what you think about them, which is why we put the 'Own it', 'Want it' and 'Not for me' buttons on all our reviews. We've totted up all your votes to take a look through the top five most popular pairs of headphones this week on CNET UK.
5. JVC Gumy -- Bit of a surprise for us, this one. The JVC Gumys aren't very new, they don't offer great sound and they're not very comfortable. But you can pick them up for under a tenner and they may well be a smidgen better than some of the audio atrocities you get bundled with new phones, so it's understandable they've proven popular.
4. Monster PowerBeats by Dr Dre -- The PowerBeats are comfortable little chaps with enough style to turn anyone into a sexy chunk of loveliness. They're not cheap though, and they don't have as good sound quality as others in the Beats range -- but that hasn't stopped them making this week's list.
3. Monster iBeats by Dr Dre -- Another set from the good doctor, these earphones sport the usual black and red Beats look and offer fair sound quality too. They take volume like a trouper, so you can whack your HTC Sensation XE up to 11 and relax as your skull shakes your brain into oblivion. Lovely.
2. B&W C5 -- These 'phones offer the sort of modern design you'd expect from Bowers and Wilkins, but the odd ear loop can prove tricky -- especially if you're trying to slot them in your lugholes in a hurry. Thankfully they offer great bass response.
1. Sennheiser CX 500 -- A surprise top spot for us, considering these headphones came out three years ago, but hey, we don't make the list, you do. The CX500s offer decent passive sound isolation and good audio overall. They don't have the brightest sound at the high end, but the small, comfortable design and relatively cheap price tag has evidently helped them take this week's top spot.
That's it from What You're Craving for this week, but make sure to keep it CNET UK for all the latest, shiny technology.