1. Denon Envaya

    Denon Envaya

    The Denon kicks out a seriously weighty and powerful sound, but its unruly bass performance spoils the show

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    Available from £169
  2. Bluesound Powernode

    Bluesound Powernode

    Multi-room has finally come to hi-fi, and it’s been worth the wait for something this good

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    Available from £599
  3. Samsung M7

    Samsung M7

    Get past the set-up and it’s a comfortable listen with plenty of features

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  4. Geneva Model M Wireless

    Geneva Model M Wireless

    A commendable speaker if you’re mainly after Bluetooth and radio

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  5. Cabasse Stream 1

    Cabasse Stream 1

    An almost-great system let down by mediocre software

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  7. Tangent Classic

    Tangent Classic

    Worth considering if you have the space and want a big sound with plenty of bass

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  8. NAD Viso 1 AP

    NAD Viso 1 AP

    Great sound, great looks and good connections: this is an excellent all-rounder

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  9. Audio Pro Allroom Air One

    Audio Pro Allroom Air One

    Best wireless speaker £400+, Awards 2013. The Air One really puts the cat among the pigeons – it’s a class-leading wireless speaker

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  10. Libratone Loop

    Libratone Loop

    An enjoyable sound from a unique-looking speaker

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  11. Jabra Solemate Mini

    Jabra Solemate Mini

    A small speaker with big sound, it offers plenty of volume but leaves us wanting when it comes to sound quality

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