1. Acoustic Energy 305

    Acoustic Energy 305

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

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  2. B&W 683 S2

    B&W 683 S2

    Best floorstander £600-£1200, Awards 2014. A very strong and versatile performance; another winner for B&W

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    Available from £1149
  3. Martin Logan Motion 15

    Martin Logan Motion 15

    A hugely talented and fun pair of speakers. If you have a smaller room, you need to audition these

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  4. JBL Studio 180

    JBL Studio 180

    We love the upbeat approach, but their performance is too uneven to wholeheartedly recommend

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  5. Dali Epicon 2

    Dali Epicon 2

    Dali is no stranger to making top-class speakers, and the engaging Epicon 2s serve only to reinforce that reputation

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  7. Neat Ultimatum XLS

    Neat Ultimatum XLS

    When partnered with care, the XLSes are entertainers of the highest order

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  8. JBL Studio 580

    JBL Studio 580

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

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  9. Dynaudio Focus 160

    Dynaudio Focus 160

    Produce a beautifully powerful sound for such relatively diminutive boxes

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  10. Spendor SP100R2

    Spendor SP100R2

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

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  11. 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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