1. Quad 9L2

    Quad 9L2

    These small cabinets struggle to muster a real sense of scale to truly fill the room

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  2. Beauhorn Rhapsody B2

    Beauhorn Rhapsody B2

    Outlandish shaped speakers but treat them right and you'll be deeply rewarded.

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  3. Wilson Benesch A.C.T

    Wilson Benesch A.C.T

    Good looking, solid and superb sounding, the A.C.Ts are truly the best in their class

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  4. Tannoy Mercury F1 Custom

    Tannoy Mercury F1 Custom

    A price-hike and some new rivals finally oust the Tannoys from the budget top table

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  5. ProAc Response D28

    ProAc Response D28

    They may not look anything special, but once you hear these ProAcs you'll understand why they're so good

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  7. Tannoy Precision 8D

    Tannoy Precision 8D

    800.00 The Tannoys are well designed and flexible; they sound good and deserve an audition Powerful sense of scale good dynamics solid timing Not the final word in outright clarity and finesse Versatility is one of the key selling points of active speakers. And, it's the Precision 8Ds that

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  8. Tannoy Mercury F1 Custom 5.1

    Tannoy Mercury F1 Custom 5.1

    If you can live without room-shaking bass, this Mercury system is well worth auditioning

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  9. B&O BeoLab 9

    B&O BeoLab 9

    These speakers' amazing form is dictated by function, not convention or tradition

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  10. B&W 804S

    B&W 804S

    Exceptional in certain areas, but not as rounded as the very best under £3000

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  11. Monopulse Model 32S

    Monopulse Model 32S

    Carefully matched, the 32As give the class champions plenty to think about

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