1. GoldenEar Aon 3

    GoldenEar Aon 3

     A striking design with good ideas, but we’d expect far better for the money

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  2. ATC SCM 11 (2013)

    ATC SCM 11 (2013)

    Best standmounter £800-£1200, Awards 2014. ATC has struck gold again. These are the most talented standmounters anywhere near this price

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  3. PSB Image B5

    PSB Image B5

    These PSB Image B5s offer an exciting sound that has plenty of bite – it’s just a shame that the top end retains its hardness

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  4. Edwards Audio SP1

    Edwards Audio SP1

    Enjoyable performers, but up against a lot of top-quality competition

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  5. Spendor SP100R2

    Spendor SP100R2

    Old-school looks, but powerful, large-scale sound

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  7. Boston Acoustics A26

    Boston Acoustics A26

    A smooth, entertaining performer that works well in a range of systems

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  8. Q Acoustics 2020i

    Q Acoustics 2020i

    Best stereo speaker up to £200, Awards 2013. The original was good, but the ‘i’ modifications make it something of a star

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  9. Focal Chorus 706V

    Focal Chorus 706V

    Bold and assertive, the Focal Chorus 706V are thoroughly enjoyable speakers

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  10. Tannoy Mercury V1

    Tannoy Mercury V1

    Retaining the basic concept of Tannoy's successful and long-lived Mercury design, the V1s are a joy to listen to, with few vices

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    Available from £125
  11. Infinity Classia

    Infinity Classia

    It might look good, but the American Infinity Classia package is cruelly hamstrung sonically

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