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  1. Pure Digital Sirocco 550

    Pure Digital Sirocco 550

    Reviewed on 19th August 2011
    Price when reviewed £290

    Priced to intrigue but it sounds disengaged

  2. Sony BDV-E380

    Sony BDV-E380

    Reviewed on 5th July 2011
    Price when reviewed £400

    A fine system for the money, but not the all-rounder we'd hoped for

  3. Samsung HT-D5100

    Samsung HT-D5100

    Reviewed on 5th July 2011
    Price when reviewed £360

    An affordable system, with a decent selection of apps, but not best in class

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  4. Panasonic SC-BTT370

    Panasonic SC-BTT370

    Reviewed on 30th June 2011
    Price when reviewed £430

    The Panasonic SC-BTT370 serves up a scorcher of a Blu-ray picture

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  5. LG HX906PA

    LG HX906PA

    Reviewed on 30th June 2011
    Price when reviewed £425

    The LG HX906PA is a Blu-ray system with talent

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  7. Ruark Audio R4i

    Ruark Audio R4i

    Reviewed on 24th June 2011
    Price when reviewed £550

    Best all-in-one music system, Awards 2012. Brilliantly bridges the gap between dedicated dock and full-on micro system

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  8. Samsung HT-D6750W

    Samsung HT-D6750W

    Reviewed on 31st May 2011
    Price when reviewed £650

    The Samsung HT-D6750W offers a pseudo 7.1-effect from just five speakers

  9. Panasonic SC-BTT270

    Panasonic SC-BTT270

    Reviewed on 24th May 2011
    Price when reviewed £350

    Top pictures from the feature-packed all-in-one Panasonic SC-BTT270

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  10. Harman-Kardon BDS 800

    Harman-Kardon BDS 800

    Reviewed on 3rd May 2011
    Price when reviewed £1300

    A decent medium-sized room system, offering style and some sonic heft, but lacking excitement

  11. Sony BDV-E870

    Sony BDV-E870

    Reviewed on 17th March 2011
    Price when reviewed £410

    Once again a Sony system proves that it's capable of stunning pictures, but in the case of the '870, the sound doesn't match up

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