1. Vienna Acoustics Haydn Grand

    Vienna Acoustics Haydn Grand

    In terms of aesthetics it'd be hard to beat these Vienna Acoustics, but they also pack a sweet sonic punch that's both focused and purposeful

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  2. Mission MX1

    Mission MX1

    Best stereo speakers up to £150, Awards 2010. A balanced, tuneful little speaker, that gets a firm grasp of the emotional heart of the music

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  3. Epos Encore 50

    Epos Encore 50

    They have an awesome capability for power handling, but at this kind of price, we'd expect much more from these Epos floorstanders

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  4. DALI Ikon 6 MK2

    DALI Ikon 6 MK2

    More impressive than its forerunner but the DALI Ikon 6 MK2 has flaws

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  5. Acoustic Energy Neo V2 Three

    Acoustic Energy Neo V2 Three

    The Acoustic Energy Neo V2 Three floorstanders look the part and deliver impressive bass

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  7. Q Acoustics 2050

    Q Acoustics 2050

    Adept at making even the poorest of recordings easy to swallow, the Q Acoustics 2050s are great at filling large spaces with their smooth, bassy sound

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  8. Acoustic Energy Active Pro 5.1

    Acoustic Energy Active Pro 5.1

    With its incredible all-round performance, Acoustic Energy's Active Pro Sub Sat 5.1 package represents great value, even at £3000

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  9. EB Acoustics EB2

    EB Acoustics EB2

    EB Acoustics EB2s may look a little old-fashioned; the sound, though, is anything but

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  10. Kudos Cardea C30

    Kudos Cardea C30

    Beautifully finished, these Kudos floorstanders should be a consideration if you value musical enjoyment above everything else

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  11. Teufel System 8 THX Ultra 2

    Teufel System 8 THX Ultra 2

    There’s plenty of box for your buck with this package, but it needs to be more capable sonically

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