1. Sony BDV-N5200W

    Sony BDV-N5200W

    Best cinema system, Awards 2014. A well-featured package that delivers an exciting and convenient home cinema performance for a great price – Sony’s on to a winner

    70%
    Our rating
  2. Pioneer BCS-SB626

    Pioneer BCS-SB626

    A desirable option with great features, but faces stiff competition from cheaper rivals

    0%
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  3. Onkyo HT-BD3315

    Onkyo HT-BD3315

    There's a perfectly good Home Cinema system crying to get out here, but this Onkyo is hamstrung by its lacklustre speakers

    0%
    Our rating
  4. Pioneer LX01BD

    Pioneer LX01BD

    We'd hope it would deliver more, but at this price (and given how the market has moved on) it's not rounded enough for us

    0%
    Our rating
  5. Onkyo HT-S9100THX

    Onkyo HT-S9100THX

    This system offers a heck of a lot for the money, but the overall sound delivery is too much of a compromise

    0%
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  7. Yamaha YSP-40D

    Yamaha YSP-40D

    This is the flagship model in Yamaha's range of Sound Projectors, and a recent £300 price cut has made it even more competitive

    0%
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  8. Yamaha DVX-1000M

    Yamaha DVX-1000M

    If you’re in the market for a 2.1 system, but want to distance yourself from the budget crowd, don’t part with your cash before giving this Yamaha a b

    0%
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  9. Samsung HT-BD2

    Samsung HT-BD2

    This good value system is the first cinema-in-a-box with Blu-ray

    0%
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