1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Sony TA-A1ES

    Sony TA-A1ES

    TA-A1ES isn’t perfect, but it’s talented enough in key areas to demand serious consideration

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  4. Pro-Ject Elemental

    Pro-Ject Elemental

    The Elemental is yet another top class budget deck from Pro-Ject. It’s a fine first step on the vinyl ladder

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    Available from £159
  5. Korg DS-DAC-100

    Korg DS-DAC-100

    A decent DAC that handles DSD files, but cheaper rivals better it with normal hi-res material

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    Available from £399
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  7. Tannoy Mercury V1i

    Tannoy Mercury V1i

    Stylish speakers that can add a very likeable sound to their resume, these are well worth auditioning

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  8. 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 £149
  9. 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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  10. Bricasti Design M1

    Bricasti Design M1

    Not so very far from the last word in external digital-to-analogue converters

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  11. B&W 685 S2

    B&W 685 S2

    A superb pair of speakers that are hugely thrilling, these 685s are an update worth waiting for

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