1. Sonus Faber Liuto Monitor Wood

    Sonus Faber Liuto Monitor Wood

    These Sonus Faber speakers are a classy option, although some may find they don't suit their musical tastes

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  2. Tangent Evo E45

    Tangent Evo E45

    They're slim, attractive and brim with enthusiasm. If you value and exciting and dynamic listen, we think you should audition these

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  3. Mordaunt-Short Aviano 8

    Mordaunt-Short Aviano 8

    There's no doubt in our minds that these elegant floorstanders do much that's right - we just wish they'd let their hair down occasionally

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  4. PMC DB1i 5.1

    PMC DB1i 5.1

    OK, it might have a traditional look about it, but PMCs DB1i package is a small and perfectly formed piece of greatness

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  5. Mordaunt-Short Aviano 2

    Mordaunt-Short Aviano 2

    Plenty of bang for your buck, and more besides

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  7. Teufel Ultima 60

    Teufel Ultima 60

    More than a little imposing, the Teufel Ultima 60s have a big, bassy sound

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  8. Waterfall Serio

    Waterfall Serio

    We know not everyone has room for full-sized speakers, but this is a compromise too far

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  9. Mission 790SE

    Mission 790SE

    Despite the 'SE' modifications, the 790s struggle to trouble the class-leaders at this price-point

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  10. Wharfedale Diamond 10.3

    Wharfedale Diamond 10.3

    We prefer the Diamond 10.1 bookshelf speakers, but if you're determined to buy some floorstanders you won't go far wrong with these

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  11. Monopulse 82A

    Monopulse 82A

    If you can overlook the odd manufacturing flaw, the overall presentation of the 82As is quite sensational

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