1. JBL Studio 180

    JBL Studio 180

    We love the upbeat approach, but their performance is too uneven to wholeheartedly recommend

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  2. Monitor Audio Bronze BX5

    Monitor Audio Bronze BX5

    Accomplished and refined speakers that are outclassed by stronger newcomers

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  3. Alacrity Audio Caterthun Classic

    Alacrity Audio Caterthun Classic

    The Caterthun has strengths but we expect a more rounded product at this price

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  4. Spendor D7

    Spendor D7

    The finest Spendor speakers we’ve heard in years. When it comes to insight and precision, these floorstanders set the standard at this price

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    Available from £3495
  5. Eclipse TD 508Mk3

    Eclipse TD 508Mk3

    The TD508Mk3 aren’t for everybody but nothing at this price level comes close in their areas of strength

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  7. ProAc Response D40/R

    ProAc Response D40/R

    If you’re looking for a top-class pair of floorstanders, these ProAcs are as musical as they come

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  8. Bose Companion 20

    Bose Companion 20

    Solid sound, smart looks and simple set-up make the Bose easy to recommend

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  9. Wharfedale Diamond 155

    Wharfedale Diamond 155

    A class-leader with it comes to sound, let down by average build quality

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  10. Opera Mezza

    Opera Mezza

    Look suave and sound good, but don’t possess the sonic assertiveness of some

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  11. Mission SX2

    Mission SX2

    A dependable and very capable speaker, the SX2s produce an authoritative, attractive sound at a fine price

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    Available from £699.95

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