1. Neat Momentum 3i

    Neat Momentum 3i

    Judge these Neats with your ears rather than your eyes and we’ve no doubt you’ll be impressed

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  2. Tannoy Revolution Signature DC4

    Tannoy Revolution Signature DC4

    They may be picky about positioning, but get it right and the DC4s won't fail to impress with oodles of drive and determination

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  3. B&W 685 Theatre

    B&W 685 Theatre

    Best traditional package £1000-£1500, Awards 2010. A smooth effortless sound, that still packs in detail and excitement, while remaining nonchalantly

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  4. Kudos C2

    Kudos C2

    These floorstanding speakers have a sturdy build feel, and have great sound, timing and rhythm as well

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  5. B&W 684

    B&W 684

    Big in size and sound, the 684s will entertain whatever your musical taste

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  7. B&W 800 Series system

    B&W 800 Series system

    The whole system integrates brilliantly

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  8. Tannoy Revolution Signature

    Tannoy Revolution Signature

    As thrilling or calming as you want it be, this is a sure-footed and convincing set-up

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  9. Onix Concerto 1

    Onix Concerto 1

    There are many more compelling sounds to be had from a £600 pair of standmount speakers

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  10. Usher S-520

    Usher S-520

    A lack of dynamic bite leaves you with a musical delivery that is always pleasant, but tends to be more relaxing than invigorating

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  11. Mordaunt-Short Mezzo 2

    Mordaunt-Short Mezzo 2

    Likeable and admirable speakers that are now just slightly off the pace

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