1. Wharfedale Diamond 220

    Wharfedale Diamond 220

    Best stereo speaker up to £200, Awards 2014. Now that finish issues are sorted, we’re left with a terrific pair of speakers

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  2. B&W CM6 S2

    B&W CM6 S2

    The CM6 S2s produce a regimented, tightly-controlled sound but lack the freedom of expression of the class-leaders

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  3. Cambridge Audio Aeromax 6

    Cambridge Audio Aeromax 6

    The Aeromax 6s aren’t without ability, but they struggle in some areas

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  4. Dali Rubicon 2

    Dali Rubicon 2

    Blessed with breathtaking speed and agility, the Rubicon 2s are seriously entertaining

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    Available from £819
  5. Epoz AktiMate Blue

    Epoz AktiMate Blue

    Give these AktiMates the pampering they deserve and you’ll end up with a great sounding alternative to a traditional dedicated hi-fi system

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  7. ProAc Response D30R

    ProAc Response D30R

    The Response D30Rs reinforce ProAc’s excellent reputation for producing high-quality speakers. They’re a great buy.

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  8. ELAC FS 147

    ELAC FS 147

    A fun set of speakers if you’re after outright entertainment over analysis

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  9. Neat Motive SX2

    Neat Motive SX2

    If you don’t have much space, these should be on your shortlist

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  10. Mission SX3

    Mission SX3

    The Mission SX3s look good, but their performance is average

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    Available from £1299.95
  11. Acoustic Energy 305

    Acoustic Energy 305

    Despite a number of strengths, the AE 305s are not punchy enough

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