1. MJ Acoustics Xeno XM1

    MJ Acoustics Xeno XM1

    Good-looking speakers, and OK if your system is terminally laid-back, but they don't have the competence of others

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  2. Klipsch RB-10

    Klipsch RB-10

    Affordable and dinky, the Klipsch RB-10s have an upfront sound but can also sound brash and unsubtle

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  3. Yamaha NS-700

    Yamaha NS-700

    The key to surround systems is cohesion, but the Yamaha NS-700 doesn’t quite have it

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  4. Dynaudio Focus 220 Mk II

    Dynaudio Focus 220 Mk II

    Dynaudio has upgraded its Focus 220 speakers to produce this new and more aesthetically pleasing version

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  5. Infinity Classia

    Infinity Classia

    It might look good, but the American Infinity Classia package is cruelly hamstrung sonically

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  7. Eclipse TD 712z Mk2

    Eclipse TD 712z Mk2

    After hearing these incredible TS712z Mk2s, you'll think that everyone else has got it wrong, and Eclipse has got it right

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  8. PMC PB1i

    PMC PB1i

    Simply excellent speakers: big, bold and accomplished

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  9. Arcaydis SM35C

    Arcaydis SM35C

    These small standmounters are among the class-leaders at this price-point

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  10. Klipsch RF-82

    Klipsch RF-82

    These towering speakers display plenty of muscle, but are found wanting when it comes to sonic subtlety

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  11. Epos M12i

    Epos M12i

    This version of Epos' most admired product is notably clearer and better controlled than before – but it loses out to its rivals

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