1. LG NB5540

    LG NB5540

    It looks good and saves space, but the sound should be better

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  2. Canton DM 50

    Canton DM 50

    Hugely thrilling sound and a beautiful design. Still our favourite soundbase.

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  3. Q Acoustics Media 4

    Q Acoustics Media 4

    Q Acoustics has taken its stereo speaker expertise and put it to great use

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  4. Wharfedale Vista 100

    Wharfedale Vista 100

    A good soundbar, held back by one major problem

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  5. Pioneer SBX-N700

    Pioneer SBX-N700

    Talented first entry from Pioneer that impresses with more than just its sound

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    Available from £229.99
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  7. Samsung HW-F750

    Samsung HW-F750

    A valiant effort to bring big sound to a compact unit, but one with some performance flaws

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  8. Panasonic SC-HTB480

    Panasonic SC-HTB480

    Boosts volume and bass, but not much else. Not a significant improvement on a decent-sounding TV

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    Available from £259
  9. Pioneer SBX-300

    Pioneer SBX-300

    It’s testament to the quality of its rivals that the Pioneer struggles to get our thumbs-up – even at this price

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    Available from £124.9
  10. KitSound Ovation

    KitSound Ovation

    As affordable as soundbars get, but we’d suggest spending more

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    Available from £149.99
  11. Sandstrom S42SWLH13

    Sandstrom S42SWLH13

    A great-looking soundbar with plenty of connections and a decent sonic performance

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