1. Denon HEOS

    Denon HEOS

    We go hands-on with Denon's first multi-room music system, which consists of three speakers, the HEOS 3, 5 and 7, the HEOS Amp, HEOS Link pre-amp and the HEOS Extend wi-fi extender.

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  2. JBL Authentics L16

    JBL Authentics L16

    A multi-talented speaker for both music and movies, but one that needs better balance, timing and dynamics to take pride of place on our shelf

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  3. Blue Aura X30

    Blue Aura X30

    Blue Aura got it half right: great size and features, but the sound isn’t the best

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  4. Pure Digital Jongo S3 (pair)

    Pure Digital Jongo S3 (pair)

    A decent, flexible stereo system, but class rivals offer a more insightful performance

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  5. Ultimate Ears Boom

    Ultimate Ears Boom

    It looks fun, it sounds exciting, and there are plenty of nifty features to play around with. This is a great little speaker

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  7. Audio Pro Addon T8

    Audio Pro Addon T8

    They’re not perfect, but these lively, beautifully built speakers are enjoyable

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  8. Harman-Kardon Aura

    Harman-Kardon Aura

    A stunning looking speaker, but one that doesn’t have the ‘wow’ sound or usability to boot

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  9. Philips Fidelio E2

    Philips Fidelio E2

    Musical and detailed, these versatile speakers have your entertainment needs covered

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  10. Dali Kubik Free

    Dali Kubik Free

    Best wireless speaker up to £750, Awards 2014. The Kubik Free is a real entertainer – an enthusiastic-sounding wireless speaker mixed with a solid feature set

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  11. Q Acoustics Q-BT3

    Q Acoustics Q-BT3

    Proper hi-fi sound from a feature-rich package that will boost TV, computer and streaming sound? Sounds like a winner to us

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