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  1. PMC PB1i

    PMC PB1i

    Reviewed on 11th August 2009
    Price when reviewed £6650

    Simply excellent speakers: big, bold and accomplished

  2. Klipsch RF-82

    Klipsch RF-82

    Reviewed on 5th July 2009
    Price when reviewed £858

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

  3. Arcaydis SM35C

    Arcaydis SM35C

    Reviewed on 5th July 2009
    Price when reviewed £850

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

  4. DALI Lektor 3

    DALI Lektor 3

    Reviewed on 1st July 2009
    Price when reviewed £450

    We loved DALI's Lektor 1 and 2 standmounters, but could the larger Lektor 3s impress us quite as much? Read the review and find out

  5. Epos M12i

    Epos M12i

    Reviewed on 1st July 2009
    Price when reviewed £525

    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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  7. Klipsch RB-81

    Klipsch RB-81

    Reviewed on 1st July 2009
    Price when reviewed £540

    They're big, like to party, and they're over here. Klipsch's RB-81 speakers certainly aren't wallflowers, but that doesn't make them winners either

  8. Dynaudio Focus 110A

    Dynaudio Focus 110A

    Reviewed on 5th June 2009
    Price when reviewed £1700

    The Dynaudio Focus 110A are fun, flexible and hugely capable active speakers

  9. Roksan Caspian FR-5

    Roksan Caspian FR-5

    Reviewed on 3rd June 2009
    Price when reviewed £2475

    Roksan's Caspian FR-5 floorstanders are a superb listen, but could do with being more even-handed

  10. Dynaudio Excite X36

    Dynaudio Excite X36

    Reviewed on 3rd June 2009
    Price when reviewed £2225

    The latest model in Dynaudio's Excite range fails to get our juices flowing when pitted against its rivals

  11. Piega TC70X

    Piega TC70X

    Reviewed on 2nd June 2009
    Price when reviewed £9500

    Piega may not be a big name in high-end circles, but the TC70X proves the company has the engineering skill to rival the industry’s big boys

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