1. Sharp HT-SL50H

    Sharp HT-SL50H

    Cheap but not particularly cheerful – best avoided

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  2. Yamaha YSP-2200

    Yamaha YSP-2200

    Best soundbar, Awards 2012. £800 may seem like a lot of money for this two-box system, but when you see what you get it's a steal

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  3. Yamaha YSP-5100

    Yamaha YSP-5100

    By far the best virtual surround solution we've come across

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  4. JVC TH-BA1

    JVC TH-BA1

    It's not got much going for it in the looks department, but this JVC is a tidy performer that shines even at high volumes

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  5. Samsung HT-WS1G

    Samsung HT-WS1G

    It's as pretty as a picture, but there's no way we can recommend this woefully lacking Samsung soundbar

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  7. Yamaha YHT-S400

    Yamaha YHT-S400

    A mixture of both soundbar and receiver, this accomplished Yamaha delivers high-quality sound with plenty of presence and focus

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  8. Yamaha YSP-4100

    Yamaha YSP-4100

    The YSP-4100 is a sophisticated, modern and convincing attempt to produce surround sound from one box

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  9. Samsung HT-BD8200

    Samsung HT-BD8200

    There's never been a soundbar as flexible as Samsung's HT-BD8200

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  10. B&W Panorama

    B&W Panorama

    The Panorama is a bit of a let-down. For all its unlikely low-frequency ability, it doesn't quite add up

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  11. Marantz ES7001

    Marantz ES7001

    Impressive power, scale and extension from a one-box surround sound system, even without a subwoofer

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