1. Bayan Audio Streamport Universal

    Bayan Audio Streamport Universal

    The Bayan sucks the life and energy out of music, and that’s never a good thing, whatever the price

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  2. Panasonic SC-NA10

    Panasonic SC-NA10

    If it wasn’t for the frustrating cabinet vibrations, this elegant and subtle Panasonic would have been a serious contender

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  3. Loewe Speaker 2go

    Loewe Speaker 2go

    With a nicely balanced sound, good looks and an attractive price, this powerful-sounding Loewe speaker is an appealing wireless option

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  4. Pure Digital Jongo T2

    Pure Digital Jongo T2

    The Jongo system isn’t quite there yet, but this is still a very affordable entry point to wireless and multiroom music

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  5. KEF X300A

    KEF X300A

    A niche design, but these KEF speakers will please some with their smooth, detailed sound

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  7. Audio Pro Allroom Air One

    Audio Pro Allroom Air One

    Best wireless speaker £400+, Awards 2013. The Air One really puts the cat among the pigeons – it’s a class-leading wireless speaker

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  8. Libratone Live

    Libratone Live

    Good with voices, but needs to perform to a much higher standard to be seen as a serious contender

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  9. Yamaha YSP-4300

    Yamaha YSP-4300

    As close to proper surround sound as you can get from a soundbar, but struggles in stereo

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    Available from £1129
  10. Gear4 Xorb

    Gear4 Xorb

    A neat design, but no serious threat to the top performers out there, especially at this price

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  11. Pure Digital Jongo S3

    Pure Digital Jongo S3

    Great sound, affordable multiroom smarts and 10 hours of wire-free portability make this little speaker a real gem

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