1. Wharfedale Diamond 220

    Wharfedale Diamond 220

    Best stereo speaker up to £200, Awards 2014. Having ironed out the creases of their predecessors, the 220s really are hard to fault

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  2. Bayan Audio SoundBook X3

    Bayan Audio SoundBook X3

    Its smart looks and easy-going sound are appealing, but the X3 lacks the clarity, subtlety and excitement of its rivals

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  3. Dali Zensor 1

    Dali Zensor 1

    Although outclassed, the Dalis are good all-rounders, and thoroughly entertaining

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  4. Monitor Audio MR2

    Monitor Audio MR2

    Not class leaders, but nonetheless a tempting buy if you like clear, precise and detailed sound

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  5. Yamaha NX-P100

    Yamaha NX-P100

    A rugged little box of tricks, but it requires better sound quality if it’s going to trouble the class-leaders

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  7. Philips SW750M

    Philips SW750M

    Built-in Spotify Connect is a nice feature, but a flawed performance lets the side down.

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  8. View Quest Hepburn

    View Quest Hepburn

    The Hepburn looks enticing, but it’s a case of style over substance

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  9. Dali Rubicon 5

    Dali Rubicon 5

    These Rubicon floorstanders are fine speakers, but they’re up against some mighty competition

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    Available from £549
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  10. Philips BT3500B

    Philips BT3500B

    For the money, the Philips is a great, affordable way to go wireless

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  11. 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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