1. Yamaha NSBP182

    Yamaha NSBP182

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

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    Available from £79
  2. Pioneer S-CN301-LR

    Pioneer S-CN301-LR

    Polished, insightful performers committed to revealing your music

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  3. Roth OLi RA2

    Roth OLi RA2

    An adrenalin junkie that bounces off the walls, but its one-track mind is an obstacle to a whole-hearted approval

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    Available from £149
  4. Q Acoustics Concept 20

    Q Acoustics Concept 20

    Product of the Year, Awards 2013. Looking for a pair of top class sub-£500 standmounters? Q Acoustics' Concept 20s could well be the answer

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    Available from £349.95
  5. JBL Studio 580

    JBL Studio 580

    Unusual looks, but deliver an impressively capable (and fun) sound

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  7. Neat Iota

    Neat Iota

    Truly tiny speakers that deliver sound well beyond their size – impressive

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    Available from £695
  8. Q Acoustics 2050i

    Q Acoustics 2050i

    Best floorstander £400-£800, Awards 2013. Great value for money, with excellent refinement and great dynamic ability

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  9. 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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  10. Wharfedale Jade-5

    Wharfedale Jade-5

    One of the biggest hi-fi launches of the year, the Wharfedale Jade-5 speakers bring power and poise

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  11. Wharfedale Diamond 10.1

    Wharfedale Diamond 10.1

    These standmounters ae still worthy speakers, but fresh competition has blunted their edge

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