1. Cabasse MT32 Antigua

    Cabasse MT32 Antigua

    The MT32 Antiguas deliver a rich, open sound, but is it enough to trouble the very best at this pricepoint?

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  2. Tannoy Revolution XT 6

    Tannoy Revolution XT 6

    The XT 6s are part of Tannoy's revamped Revolution range - can they deliver the goods?

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  3. Creative Sound Blaster X7

    Creative Sound Blaster X7

    The Sound Blaster promises much but fails to shine. It’s a decent performer but is easily bettered by the likes of NAD’s D3020

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  4. Elac BS 73

    Elac BS 73

    A decent, if unexciting, pair of solid speakers that just misses the mark

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  5. Focal Aria 905

    Focal Aria 905

    The Focal Aria 905s are talented, confident-sounding standmounters, but can they be considered class leaders?

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  7. Wharfedale Diamond 230

    Wharfedale Diamond 230

    Wharfedale's Diamond range of speakers has had plenty of success through the years, but how do these new floorstanders fare?

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    Available from £499
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  8. Triangle Esprit Titus EZ

    Triangle Esprit Titus EZ

    One of the most enjoyable speakers we’ve heard below the £1000 mark

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  9. Pro-Ject 1 Xpression Carbon UKX

    Pro-Ject 1 Xpression Carbon UKX

    The Pro-ject 1 Xpression UKX is clearly one of the class leaders. Nothing else at this price digs up as much detail or delvers it with such precision

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  10. Quad Vena

    Quad Vena

    The Vena’s a solid effort from Quad. Greater subtlety could turn it into a brilliant amp

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    Available from £599.95
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  11. Micromega MyAmp

    Micromega MyAmp

    We’re not keen on the plastic finish, but this amp’s attack has caught our attention

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