1. Sony HT-ST3

    Sony HT-ST3

    A classic example of style over substance. Given tweaks to the sound it could be far better, but that’s not to be for now

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    Available from £469.94
  2. Philips HTL9100

    Philips HTL9100

    Product of the Year, Awards 2013. If you want a shape-shifting soundbar with surround sound, make sure to seek this one out

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  3. Canton DM 90.2

    Canton DM 90.2

    A thunderous, exciting listen, but a bit of a blunt instrument – the Canton would benefit from greater subtlety and refinement

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  4. Libratone Lounge

    Libratone Lounge

    The Lounge is a tall, beefy-sounding bar. But it lacks the sonic ability needed to make an impact at this level

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  5. B&W Panorama 2

    B&W Panorama 2

    Much improved on the original and delivering a quality that justifies the price

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  7. Otone Sonora AV-Lance

    Otone Sonora AV-Lance

    A decent, affordable effort from Otone but sound quality is tainted by a distracting brightness

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  8. Yamaha YAS-201

    Yamaha YAS-201

    The Yamaha is worth auditioning, but struggles to muster the extra gear needed to be considered a class-leader

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    Available from £249.99
  9. Bose Solo

    Bose Solo

    A boost for TV sound, but it's not enough

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    Available from £349.95
  10. LG NB3520A

    LG NB3520A

    More than just a basic upgrade to your TV sound, this soundbar is worth every penny

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  11. Panasonic SC-HTB550

    Panasonic SC-HTB550

    Some great ideas from Panasonic, but there are more engaging soundbars

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