1. Audiovector S1 Avantgarde

    Audiovector S1 Avantgarde

    These classy standmounters offer an accomplished and precise sound – but they're definitely not suitable for all tastes

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  2. Cabasse MT-30 5.1

    Cabasse MT-30 5.1

    We'd like this assertive looking Cabasse speaker system to have better integration, but there's still lots to like here

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  3. Canton GLE 420

    Canton GLE 420

    We don't often get to see German brand Canton's products, and unfortunately these standmounters don't inspire us at all

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  4. Q Acoustics 2020

    Q Acoustics 2020

    The great-value 2020s are more than capable of filling a large listening-room with sound

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  5. Monitor Audio Silver RX1

    Monitor Audio Silver RX1

    Well-made and refined speakers, but they just lack some of their rivals' flexibility

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  7. Wharfedale Diamond 10.0

    Wharfedale Diamond 10.0

    Although far better than the speakers that came with your micro, you can do even better for the money

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  8. Dynaudio DM 2/6

    Dynaudio DM 2/6

    Best stereo speakers £300-£600, Awards 2010. Partner with the right kit and put on the right stands, they'll blow you away

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  9. Audioengine P4

    Audioengine P4

    With a build quality and sound that belies their price, you'd be mad not to try out the AP4s

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    Available from £195
  10. Revolver Music5

    Revolver Music5

    If you listen to a wide range of music, these excellent floorstanders will do you proud

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  11. Lacie Sound2

    Lacie Sound2

    If you want more sonic oomph from your desktop PC or laptop without crippling your wallet, these speakers are perfect

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