1. LG HLB54S

    LG HLB54S

    This extremely tidy system offers excellent Blu-ray images, but unfortunately sound quality is not so impressive

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  2. TEAC CR-H500DNT

    TEAC CR-H500DNT

    Aside from being a touch mild-mannered, this is an excellent micro – and it looks good to boot

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  3. Sony BDV-E300

    Sony BDV-E300

    At this price, this Sony Blu-ray system quite simply sits at the top of pile - this needs to be on your audition list

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  4. Samsung HT-BD1255

    Samsung HT-BD1255

    This system from Samsung looks the part and has some great plus points, although its price stands against it

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  5. JVC TH-BD50

    JVC TH-BD50

    It may look a little old fashioned, but the JVC TH-BD50 system is nevertheless an adequate performer

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  7. Pure Digital Sirocco 150

    Pure Digital Sirocco 150

    This budget micro is impressive on paper, but sadly it struggles where performance is concerned

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  8. Panasonic SC-BTT755

    Panasonic SC-BTT755

    Best Blu-ray system £500+, Awards 2010. Make room for the Panasonic SC-BTT755, it's one of the best Blu-ray box systems we've ever seen and heard

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  9. TEAC Reference 600

    TEAC Reference 600

    There was a gap between the micro system and 'proper' hi-fi separates – consider it filled by the excellent Reference 600

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  10. Panasonic SC-BT205

    Panasonic SC-BT205

    This sibling to the SC-BT200 combines fine useability with a comprehensive specification and great images and sound

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  11. Samsung HT-BD1250R

    Samsung HT-BD1250R

    It's got appeal in terms of its lack of space, but we found this Samsung to be wanting in its sound and image handling skills

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