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 £19.99
  2. Sony SRS-X3

    Sony SRS-X3

    Big, bassy and beautiful, but its tonal balance won’t be for everyone

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    Available from £99.95
  3. Arcam miniBlink

    Arcam miniBlink

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. This dinky device makes a huge impression – Bluetooth sounds brilliant through the miniBlink

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    Available from £90
  4. GamuT M'inent M3

    GamuT M'inent M3

    These are some of the best standmounters we’ve heard. If you have the budget and your system is good enough, they deserve serious consideration

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    Available from £12.77
  5. JBL Charge

    JBL Charge

    While we’d love deeper bass, the punchy detail, portable design and good price makes this wireless speaker a worthwhile contender

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    Available from £95.17
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  7. Gear4 Xorb

    Gear4 Xorb

    A neat design, but no serious threat to the top performers out there, especially at this price

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    Available from £19.95
  8. JBL Flip

    JBL Flip

    A sensational blend of portability and performance makes the JBL Flip a belting Bluetooth speaker

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    Available from £49.95
  9. Jabra Solemate

    Jabra Solemate

    Decent enough, but for the money we'd want better sound

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    Available from £15.99
  10. Revo Pixis

    Revo Pixis

    This touchscreen-toting unit is definitely worth a listen

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    Available from £89
  11. Arcam rPAC

    Arcam rPAC

    More desirable alternatives exist but the rPac is still a small, inexpensive upgrade for computer-based music collections

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    Available from £89.9

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