1. Arcaydis SM35A

    Arcaydis SM35A

    The retro style may not suit everyone but these easy listening monitors are well worth an audition.

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  2. Quad ESL 2805

    Quad ESL 2805

    Fifty years after its electrostatic speakers first wowed the hi-fi world, Quad breaks new ground

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  3. Gamut L3

    Gamut L3

    Don't be fooled by their looks – the diminutive Gumuts pack a class-leading punch

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  4. Roth Audio OLi3

    Roth Audio OLi3

    We loved the Roth OLi1 speakers but now it is the turn of the OLi3s to be scrutinised

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  5. JBL LS40

    JBL LS40

    It's not often we come across horn-loaded speakers

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  7. Jamo Graphic

    Jamo Graphic

    Got a space problem? How about some full-range, glass-fronted wall-mountable speakers like these

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  8. Dynaudio Excite X12

    Dynaudio Excite X12

    The Excite X12 from Dyanudio is the entry-level replacement for the company's successful Audience range of stereo hi-fi speakers

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  9. Dynaudio Confidence C1

    Dynaudio Confidence C1

    Once set up properly, these fantastic-looking speakers offer a quite exceptional performance

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  10. Heco Aleva 200

    Heco Aleva 200

    Listen to the 200s with undemanding music and we think you'll be impressed. But it struggles from then onwards

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  11. Cambridge Audio S30

    Cambridge Audio S30

    The S30s are classy-looking, sound superb, and offer an intriguing alternative to the established favourites at this level

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