1. Custom Design RS302

    Custom Design RS302

    The RS302s are not really that well made and can be surprisingly fiddly to assemble

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  2. Soundstyle Z2

    Soundstyle Z2

    This £70 design is a brilliant hi-fi upgrade – add these stands to your system and detail, dynamics and rhythm will all get a boost

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  3. Custom Design Signature 402

    Custom Design Signature 402

    These speaker stands are too idiosyncratic for a wholehearted recommendation.

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  4. Atacama SL600

    Atacama SL600

    They're big big big, so make sure you've got the speakers to match. If you have, the SL600s will help deliver fine insight and detail retrieval

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  5. Partington Trophy

    Partington Trophy

    Dynamic, poised, solidly built and not as industrially brutal-looking as other Partington designs, the Trophies are excellent

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  7. Soundstyle XS122

    Soundstyle XS122

    Smooth, glossy finish, and with speakers atop they reveal a communicative, open sound, although they can be a bit reticent

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  8. Russ Andrews Torlyte

    Russ Andrews Torlyte

    Superb sound and quality finish, the real wood gives a classy finish and feel

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  9. Partington Heavi

    Partington Heavi

    The usual excellent standard we have come to expect from Partington, but the price is a bit steep

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  10. Custom Design RS300

    Custom Design RS300

    These minimilist stands give music real pace and drive, and for the money are undoubtedly worthy of five stars

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  11. Quadraspire Q60

    Quadraspire Q60

    Distinctive looks, but we had an overall feeling of dissatifaction with the lightweight feel and sound

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