1. Harman-Kardon HS250

    Harman-Kardon HS250

    If you fancy a 2.1 system this appealing setup is well worth a look

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  2. Samsung HT-BD2

    Samsung HT-BD2

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

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  3. Roth Alfie

    Roth Alfie

    This stylish all-in-one system plays DVDs, CDs, MP3s, includes an FM radio and an elegantly integrated iPod dock, but is a bit of a fiddle to use

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  4. Sharp HT-DV50H

    Sharp HT-DV50H

    The 124cm tall speakers will dominate most living rooms but fortunately the styling of the main unit is more restrained

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  5. Philips HTS-6510

    Philips HTS-6510

    Impressive picture performance and Ambisound technology spreads the sound and delivers a fair amount of detail

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  7. JVC NX-F3

    JVC NX-F3

    Simple, well-sorted, 2.1 channel, home cinema system.

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  8. NAD Viso 5

    NAD Viso 5

    The Viso 5 breaks with NAD's tradition of making functional-looking kit with a sleek, classy approach to its new home cinema in a box system

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  9. Samsung HT-X30

    Samsung HT-X30

    This Samsung offers a discreet presence, but does it have the scale and punch for real home cinema?

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  10. Arcam Solo Movie 2.1

    Arcam Solo Movie 2.1

    A great system for those who know what they want

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  11. Pioneer LX01

    Pioneer LX01

    By some way the best home cinema-in-a-box system in the world

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