1. Mirage Nano 5.1 HGB

    Mirage Nano 5.1 HGB

    Compact, cleverly designed system that bar a lacklustre bass delivery provides a fine surround solution

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  2. Morel Encore Mk II

    Morel Encore Mk II

    Despite solid appearances the Morel lacks the finesse and all-round ability to trouble the best

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  3. Jamo A407 HCS12

    Jamo A407 HCS12

    The Jamo A407 HCS12 formidable sound from a smart system, we’d just like a little more refinement to that top end

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  4. Monitor Audio R90 HD10

    Monitor Audio R90 HD10

    The old Radius range was great, but this new HD system is even better – our Awards judging just got harder

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  5. Mordaunt-Short Mezzo 5.1

    Mordaunt-Short Mezzo 5.1

    This 5.1 package has enough drive to satisfy the most gung-ho movie watcher, but don’t imagine you’ll get to relax much

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  7. KEF KHT2005.3

    KEF KHT2005.3

    A long-established favorite made even better with a few detail tweaks and the inclusion of an all-new subwoofer

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  8. DALI Mentor 5.1

    DALI Mentor 5.1

    A swift, communicative, powerhouse of a system

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  9. B&W 685 Theatre

    B&W 685 Theatre

    Best traditional package £1000-£1500, Awards 2010. A smooth effortless sound, that still packs in detail and excitement, while remaining nonchalantly

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  10. Jamo A405HCS5

    Jamo A405HCS5

    Understated and cultured sound, but not the most thrilling you can buy

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  11. Audica CX

    Audica CX

    If you're a bit of a minimalist, Audica’s elegant CX system could be the multichannel speaker package for you

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