1. Yamaha MSP-7

    Yamaha MSP-7

    These wonderfully built and finished Yamahas are enjoyable enough, but their near total lack of rhythm will hinder most

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  2. PMC DB1S-AII

    PMC DB1S-AII

    They might be lacking in the looks department, but these PMCs have a sound that's able to charm the birds from the trees

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  3. Totem Rainmaker

    Totem Rainmaker

    They may have a complete lack of styling, but these standmounters are a truly pleasurable and musical listen

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  4. Monitor Audio Silver RX8

    Monitor Audio Silver RX8

    Once again Monitor Audio has come up with a well-built and attractive looking speaker, although we found the bass somewhat overblown

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  5. Revolver Music 3

    Revolver Music 3

    Cut from the same cloth as the floorstanding Music 5s, the standmounted Music 3s offer bold looks but an easy-going sound

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  7. AVI ADM9.1

    AVI ADM9.1

    Get past the non-existent user interface and you'll love the way these active speakers perform

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  8. Triangle Magellan Cello SW2

    Triangle Magellan Cello SW2

    These Triangle's are devoted to making music enjoyable rather than submitting to over-analysis

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  9. Amphion Helium

    Amphion Helium

    These speakers have bags of enthusiasm, but we'd like better bass integration and more varied dynamics

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  10. Cabasse Antigua

    Cabasse Antigua

    These large Cabasse's promise much, but can't deliver against stiff competition

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  11. Teufel Theater 200

    Teufel Theater 200

    Big-screen soundtracks don't come bigger than from the Teufel Theater 200 at this sort of money

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