1. Wharfedale Opus2-M1

    Wharfedale Opus2-M1

    If Wharfedale could fix the cohesion and drop the price, these speakers would challenge the best

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  2. Neat Motive 2

    Neat Motive 2

    The weight, authority and punch of a floorstander, and the rhythm and small-scale dynamics of a standmounter

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  3. Dynaudio MC-15

    Dynaudio MC-15

    Diminutive Dynaudios make up for lack of size with superb dynamic ability

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  4. Triangle Magellan Duetto SW2

    Triangle Magellan Duetto SW2

    Music should entertain, energise and inspire: these speakers achieve this better than any rival we’ve heard

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  5. Canton Chrono 5.1

    Canton Chrono 5.1

    The Chrono package may not be the most polished performer, but it's huge fun

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  7. Jamo C809 HCS3+C80 sub

    Jamo C809 HCS3+C80 sub

    Not for the fainthearted...these speakers are huge, but well worth a listen

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  8. Leema Xero

    Leema Xero

    Attractive set that adds depth and expression although it does miss a step when it comes to the bass

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  9. Mission E5

    Mission E5

    Sadly, the Missions don't even get close to justifying their cost

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  10. AVI ADM9

    AVI ADM9

    The perfect solution for those who want to add active speakers to a Mac or PC and get hi-fi levels of performance

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  11. Quad 9L2

    Quad 9L2

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

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