1. Tannoy Mercury F2

    Tannoy Mercury F2

    For such imposing cabinets, the Mercury F2s are strangely reticent when it comes to scuzzy music

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  2. Q Acoustics 1020i

    Q Acoustics 1020i

    Good speakers in many ways, but short of the verve that marks out the best

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  3. Dynaudio Focus 110

    Dynaudio Focus 110

    Great little speakers, fully capable of entertaining across a wide range of music

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  4. Q Acoustics 1010i 5.1

    Q Acoustics 1010i 5.1

    For the money, this system surpasses itself – delivers all the crash and swagger you'd expect

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  5. B&W XT Series

    B&W XT Series

    You simply won't get a bigger sound unless you're prepared to put up with much larger (and probably uglier) speakers

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  7. Mordaunt-Short Avant 902i

    Mordaunt-Short Avant 902i

    Beyond their sheer, exuberant musicality, the 902is are more-than-adequately made and daintily attractive

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  8. ProAc Studio 130

    ProAc Studio 130

    You can buy flashier-looking speakers for the money, but if sound quality is important the Studio 130s must be auditioned

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  9. Jamo R909

    Jamo R909

    As accomplished as they are daring, with a sound that more than lives up to their price

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  10. Q Acoustics 1010i

    Q Acoustics 1010i

    There’s a definite lack of scale here, and a distaste for big dynamic shifts in music

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  11. Monitor Audio GS20

    Monitor Audio GS20

    There’s no doubting the GS20s’ abilities, but their controlled nature won’t please everyone

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