1. LG HX995TZ

    LG HX995TZ

    This LG has its amplification in the subwoofer, and is a more then capable system. But, good though it is, we think there's better out there

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  2. LG HB45E

    LG HB45E

    Bulky is certainly one word we'd use to describe this 2.1 system from LG, but style aside, there's much to like here despite some holes

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  3. LG HB965TZ

    LG HB965TZ

    You have a choice, with the highly capable LG HB965TZ, of wall-mounting the speakers or using the stands provided

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    Available from £349.99
  4. LG HB954PB

    LG HB954PB

    LG's HB954PB Blu-ray in a box system really is a solid, all-in-one achievement across the board

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  5. 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

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  7. Philips HTS8140

    Philips HTS8140

    As long as you're not expecting 'proper' surround sound, this is an impressive do-it-all movie player

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  8. 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

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  9. JVC NX-F7

    JVC NX-F7

    The JVC performs well for a 2.1 system, but to justify its price tag we expect greater all-round ability

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  10. 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

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  11. Panasonic SC-BT100

    Panasonic SC-BT100

    Panasonic's SC-BT100 Blu-ray home cinema in a box system has been arousing a lot of interest on our Forums, so we thought it was time to try it out

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