1. JBL Arena 170

    JBL Arena 170

    The Arenas are talented floorstanders, but are they good enough to trouble the class-leaders?

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  2. Epos K1

    Epos K1

    If space is tight and you can't spend a penny over £400, then the Epos K1s could be the speaker for you...

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  3. Dali Zensor 3

    Dali Zensor 3

    A fun, easy listen and top value for money

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    Available from £199
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  4. Tannoy Mercury V4i

    Tannoy Mercury V4i

    An exciting, punchy listen – but there are compromises

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    Available from £249
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  5. Bose Computer MusicMonitor

    Bose Computer MusicMonitor

    Limited by their size but still provide an enjoyable sound and portable desktop audio solution… at a price

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    Available from £249.95
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  7. Ruark Audio MR1

    Ruark Audio MR1

    Best desktop speaker, Awards 2014. Stylish, well-featured and delivering hi-fi quality sound, the MR1s certainly mean business

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  8. B&W 685

    B&W 685

    There are more talented rivals on the scene, but the veterans are enduring greats

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    Available from £499
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  9. AQ Audio SmartSpeaker A1

    AQ Audio SmartSpeaker A1

    Fine levels of functionality, but the level of performance lets the side down

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  10. Q Acoustics Concept 20

    Q Acoustics Concept 20

    Best stereo speaker £200-£400, Awards 2014. Looking for a pair of top class sub-£500 standmounters? Q Acoustics' Concept 20s could well be the answer

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  11. 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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