1. Jamo C103

    Jamo C103

    These burly speakers pack a surprisingly subtle punch...

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  2. Teufel Ultima 20 Mk2

    Teufel Ultima 20 Mk2

    Good build and striking design can’t make up for performance flaws

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  3. Tannoy Revolution XT6F

    Tannoy Revolution XT6F

    Talented, hugely entertaining floorstanders. These will be hard to beat

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    Available from £329
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  4. Q Acoustics 2020i

    Q Acoustics 2020i

    The Q Acoustics remain brilliant, beautifully put-together speakers

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    Available from £139.95
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  5. Wharfedale Diamond 220

    Wharfedale Diamond 220

    Best stereo speaker up to £200, Awards 2014. Having ironed out the creases of their predecessors, the 220s really are hard to fault

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    Available from £199
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  7. Polk Audio TSx110B

    Polk Audio TSx110B

    They’re not perfect, but - for the price - these Polks are a pleasant surprise

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  8. Roth Oli RA1

    Roth Oli RA1

    For the money, you can’t really grumble – the Roth Oli RA1s impress with their compact size and confident sound quality

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    Available from £79
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  9. Spendor D1

    Spendor D1

    For all the detail at the D1’s disposal, they’re simply found wanting in too many areas to justify their price

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  10. 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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  11. Yamaha NSBP182

    Yamaha NSBP182

    Attractively priced, but they are too flawed to earn our recommendation

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    Available from £59
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