1. Kudos X2

    Kudos X2

    Impressively made and finished, these Kudos floorstanders are a dynamic and confident listen, although the top-end can sound coarse

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  2. Diapason Astera

    Diapason Astera

    Top-quality design and parts give the Diapason Astera standmounters a refined sound to die for

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  3. Castle Knight 2

    Castle Knight 2

    Old-school UK speaker brand Castle is back with its stylish and solid Knight range. They're good, but we'd like more flexibility

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  4. Roth OLi20

    Roth OLi20

    They might look the part, but these bookshelf speakers from Roth Audio just can't compete against the class-leaders at this price point

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  5. Tannoy HTS-101

    Tannoy HTS-101

    Best style package up to £700, Awards 2013. It might be small, but Tannoy's HTS101 is perfectly formed, with an open sound and good integration.

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  7. Cabasse Minorca MC40

    Cabasse Minorca MC40

    If you want your music to possess finger-snapping ability then look no further then these Cabasse standmounters

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  8. SP Acoustics SP1 Signature

    SP Acoustics SP1 Signature

    It might be a new company, but SP Acoustics has got off to a flying start with its staggeringly good (and expensive) SP1 Signature floorstanders

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  9. KEF Q300

    KEF Q300

    Fine, engaging standmounters, but not quite at the top anymore

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  10. Jamo D500 THX Select 2

    Jamo D500 THX Select 2

    Compact and conveniently priced, Jamo's latest THX package is an exceptional performer that should be auditioned

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  11. Dynaudio DM3/7

    Dynaudio DM3/7

    Siblings to the Award-winning DM 2/6, Dynaudio's DM 3/7 floorstanders are packed with positives, although we'd like some more subtlety

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