1. JBL ES20

    JBL ES20

    The soundstage the JBLs present is rigid and plausible, and the taut bottom end well controlled. If it’s shoot-me-from-a-cannon levels of exciteme

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  2. B&W CT800 system

    B&W CT800 system

    Expensive, of course, but you get the best home cinema system we’ve ever tested

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  3. BSA 4CF

    BSA 4CF

    These BSAs are good in parts, but aren’t complete enough to worry the best at this price level

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  4. KEF C5

    KEF C5

    We could talk at length about the C5s’ lack of outright dynamic heft, or their rudimentary grasp of timing. But our advice is simple: don’t spend £400

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  5. Wilson Audio Duette

    Wilson Audio Duette

    One of the best pairs of speakers we’ve ever heard

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  7. KEF Reference 207/2

    KEF Reference 207/2

    Much impressed us, from the superb wood finish to the way they looked in our largest room

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  8. Martin Logan Vantage

    Martin Logan Vantage

    Great alternative to conventional speakers. Though not for everyone, it’s hard to better for the cash

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  9. B&W 683 Theatre

    B&W 683 Theatre

    These B&Ws are impressive to look at and, especially at low volumes, impressive to listen to – but we’d like a bit more excitement for our money

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  10. Dynaudio Excite X16

    Dynaudio Excite X16

    Able all rounders that displays talent in many areas, these Dynaudios deliver a fine performance.

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  11. KEF C3

    KEF C3

    Given KEF’s track record, we expected much better – these C3s are a real disappointment

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    Available from £199.95

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