1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. DALI Ikon 5

    DALI Ikon 5

    Engaging and likable in many ways, but ultimately outgunned by other models in the same price range

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  7. Focal Profile 908

    Focal Profile 908

    The Focals are good for the money, but if you can spend more, do so

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  8. Naim N-System

    Naim N-System

    Solid engineering backed by excellent sound quality make this Naim set-up an interesting alternative to conventional speaker thinking

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  9. Ruark Acoustics Talisman III

    Ruark Acoustics Talisman III

    Partner with a CD player and amplifier that are at least tonally neutral and refined, or even better a touch on the smooth side

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  10. Eclipse TD 510

    Eclipse TD 510

    These Eclipses aren’t for everyone - they’re unconventional in just about every way

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  11. Pioneer S-H810V

    Pioneer S-H810V

    The tall and imposing Pioneer speakers deliver an arresting scale of sound, which is also smooth and inoffensive

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