1. 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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  2. KitSound Ovation

    KitSound Ovation

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

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  3. Sandstrom S42SWLH13

    Sandstrom S42SWLH13

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

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  4. Panasonic SC-HTB20

    Panasonic SC-HTB20

    A poor implementation of a neat concept, with poor sound to boot. Disappointing

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  5. LG NB3530A

    LG NB3530A

    Another admirable and attractive soundbar from LG, pipped to that fifth star by fierce competition

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  7. Boston Acoustics TVee 26

    Boston Acoustics TVee 26

    A decent effort from Boston Acoustics, but it’s nothing remarkable

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  8. Toshiba SBX4250

    Toshiba SBX4250

    Average sound, average looks and good connections. The same money can buy better

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  9. Philips HTL5120

    Philips HTL5120

    If you’re willing to spend £250 to boost your TV sound, look no further

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  10. LG LAP340 SoundPlate

    LG LAP340 SoundPlate

    Despite improvements to the updated sample, this LG soundbase still can’t match the performance of its rivals

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  11. JBL Cinema SB200

    JBL Cinema SB200

    A very good way to boost your TV sound, complete with Bluetooth streaming

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    Available from £149.95

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