1. QED uPlay Plus

    QED uPlay Plus

    The uPlay Plus sounds disappointing and doesn’t offer great value for money

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  2. 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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  3. Rotel RDD-1580

    Rotel RDD-1580

    There’s plenty to be impressed with this Rotel DAC, but its poor USB input holds it back

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  4. 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
  5. Monitor Audio Silver 1

    Monitor Audio Silver 1

    Gorgeous-looking – and sounding – speakers that can nevertheless be a bit fussy

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  7. Philips Fidelio E2

    Philips Fidelio E2

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

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  8. 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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  9. KEF R100

    KEF R100

    Still great, but now overtaken by newer, stronger rivals

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    Available from £599
  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. Cambridge Audio SX-50

    Cambridge Audio SX-50

    Sprightly speakers with much to offer, the SX-50s are a bargain and a worthy addition to any room’s furniture

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