1. Epos K1

    Epos K1

    If space is tight and you can't spend a penny over £400, then the Epos K1s could be the speaker for you...

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  2. Cabasse MT32 Antigua

    Cabasse MT32 Antigua

    The MT32 Antiguas deliver a rich, open sound, but is it enough to trouble the very best at this pricepoint?

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  3. Tannoy Revolution XT 6

    Tannoy Revolution XT 6

    The XT 6s are part of Tannoy's revamped Revolution range - can they deliver the goods?

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    Available from £599
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  4. Elac BS 73

    Elac BS 73

    A decent, if unexciting, pair of solid speakers that just misses the mark

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  5. Teufel Ultima 20 Mk2

    Teufel Ultima 20 Mk2

    Good build and striking design can’t make up for performance flaws

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  7. Focal Aria 905

    Focal Aria 905

    The Focal Aria 905s are talented, confident-sounding standmounters, but can they be considered class leaders?

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  8. ATC SCM40A

    ATC SCM40A

    The ATC SCM40As are heavyweight, active floorstanders bursting with sonic ability

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  9. Q Acoustics 3020

    Q Acoustics 3020

    Best stereo speaker under £200, Awards 2015. Our first taste of Q Acoustics' 3000 Series is one to savour - the 3020s are sensational loudspeakers

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    Available from £169
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  10. Tannoy Revolution XT6F

    Tannoy Revolution XT6F

    Best floorstander £600-£1200, Awards 2015. Talented, hugely entertaining floorstanders. These will be hard to beat

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  11. Q Acoustics 2020i

    Q Acoustics 2020i

    The Q Acoustics remain brilliant, beautifully put-together speakers

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    Available from £139.99
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