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  1. Focal Sopra No.1

    Focal Sopra No.1

    Reviewed on 5th August 2016
    Price when reviewed £6600

    These are impressive and sophisticated speakers, but they just lack a bit of bite

  2. Focal Sphear

    Focal Sphear

    Reviewed on 6th November 2015
    Price when reviewed £100

    A cracking effort, especially when you consider these are Focal's first ever in-ear headphones...

  3. Focal Electra 1038Be

    Focal Electra 1038Be

    Reviewed on 15th June 2015
    Price when reviewed £7700

    Given plenty of room, these hefty floorstanders are wonderfully polished performers...

  4. Focal Aria 905

    Focal Aria 905

    Reviewed on 7th April 2015
    Price when reviewed £600

    The Focal Aria 905s are talented, confident-sounding standmounters, but can they be considered class leaders?

  5. Focal Spirit One S

    Focal Spirit One S

    Reviewed on 20th November 2014
    Price when reviewed £150

    Another fine pair of headphones from Focal, but not the punchiest

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  7. Focal Dimension

    Focal Dimension

    Reviewed on 8th September 2014
    Price when reviewed £890

    Dimension is a bold move for Focal but it’s paid off. A high-end, high-quality soundbar

  8. Focal Spirit Classic

    Focal Spirit Classic

    Reviewed on 11th August 2014
    Price when reviewed £250

    Detailed, dynamically good, and compact cans that require a touch more ‘oomph’ for a full star set

  9. Focal Universal Wireless Receiver

    Focal Universal Wireless Receiver

    Reviewed on 28th April 2014
    Price when reviewed £85

    This simplified take on a Bluetooth receiver isn’t without its quirks, but the Focal is a very talented performer

  10. Focal Aria 906

    Focal Aria 906

    Reviewed on 15th November 2013
    Price when reviewed £760

    A great set of speakers with a big, mature sound and plenty of skill to drive it

  11. Focal Easya

    Focal Easya

    Reviewed on 13th November 2013
    Price when reviewed £1800

    There’s no arguing with the features and convenience here, but there are sonic compromises

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