1. Acoustic Energy Aego M-System

    Acoustic Energy Aego M-System

    Feed the Acoustic Energy system any kind of line-level signal – computer or iPod, for example – and it does okay, but can be beaten by others

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  2. Oregon Scientific iBall

    Oregon Scientific iBall

    An original concept that works well as far as the wireless implementation goes, but flounders on the rocks of appalling sound quality (for a £200 unit

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  3. Eclipse TD 307 PAII

    Eclipse TD 307 PAII

    Other-world looks, exceptionally fast, natural and detailed presentation – these curious Eclipse speakers can be immensely satisfying

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  5. Sony RDP-M7iP Speaker System
    Available from £50.1