1. Naim Mu-so

    Naim Mu-so

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. A hugely desirable wireless speaker with hi-fi aspirations, the Mu-so is stunning

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  2. Chord Chordette Qute EX

    Chord Chordette Qute EX

    Best DAC £700-£1500, Awards 2014. Chord has achieved some rave reviews for its latest DACs, and the QuteEX is another to add to the list

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  3. Cambridge Audio Aeromax 6

    Cambridge Audio Aeromax 6

    The Aeromax 6s aren’t without ability, but they struggle in some areas

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  4. Eclipse TD-M1

    Eclipse TD-M1

    Serves up some great stereo imaging for the money, but we’d like more refinement

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  5. Acoustic Energy 305

    Acoustic Energy 305

    Despite a number of strengths, the AE 305s are not punchy enough

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  7. Cambridge Audio Azur 851D

    Cambridge Audio Azur 851D

    Solid performer for the money, even if it can't scale the heights of the class leaders

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  8. 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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  9. Roksan Kandy K2 BT

    Roksan Kandy K2 BT

    A delivery packed with power and punch, but some of the heart and soul is missing

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  10. Q Acoustics Concept 40

    Q Acoustics Concept 40

    The Concept 40s build on the brand’s strengths to deliver a wonderfully inviting sound

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  11. Exposure 2010S2

    Exposure 2010S2

    As exciting and flamboyant as it is, the 2010S2 has too many caveats when it comes to dynamics and cohesiveness for us to recommend it over rivals

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