1. Wharfedale Diamond 155

    Wharfedale Diamond 155

    A class-leader with it comes to sound, let down by average build quality

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  2. 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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  3. Opera Mezza

    Opera Mezza

    Look suave and sound good, but don’t possess the sonic assertiveness of some

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  4. Mission SX2

    Mission SX2

    A dependable and very capable speaker, the SX2s produce an authoritative, attractive sound at a fine price

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  5. Audiovector Ki1 Super

    Audiovector Ki1 Super

    These pint-sized speakers lack far-reaching dynamics, but they’re easy to live with and sound charming too

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  7. Quad ESL-2812

    Quad ESL-2812

    Quad’s electrostatic remains a terrific speaker. In certain sonic aspects it remains unmatched

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  8. Tannoy Precision 6.1

    Tannoy Precision 6.1

    If you're after detail and resolution, the Tannoy Precision 6.1s deserve an audition

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  9. 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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  10. Burmester B10

    Burmester B10

    Small in stature, big on pedigree

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  11. Acoustic Energy 301

    Acoustic Energy 301

    The 301s are terrific and the most competitive Acoustic Energy speakers we've heard in years

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