1. 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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  2. Tannoy Revolution Signature

    Tannoy Revolution Signature

    As thrilling or calming as you want it be, this is a sure-footed and convincing set-up

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  3. Q Acoustics Q-AV

    Q Acoustics Q-AV

    If you can’t stand the idea of five speakers and a subwoofer, try this unconventional system for size

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  4. DALI Motif

    DALI Motif

    Designed to see service in any of the five or seven positions in a multichannel set-up

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  5. Tannoy Arena Lite

    Tannoy Arena Lite

    This system boasts many of the good points of its Award-winning siblings

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  7. MJ Acoustics Xeno

    MJ Acoustics Xeno

    A good middle ground between style and traditional speaker packages

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  8. Mordaunt-Short Alumni

    Mordaunt-Short Alumni

    A sound that’s detailed and revealing, but is also a little too bare and unforgiving

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  9. Arcam Muso/Logo

    Arcam Muso/Logo

    At its best this system is breathtaking, with a solidity beyond belief

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  10. Jamo A102HCS5

    Jamo A102HCS5

    Few speaker systems manage to blend design, performance and – crucially – price with the effectiveness of the A102HCS5 package from Jamo

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  11. KEF KHT3005SE

    KEF KHT3005SE

    Great performance, looks and build, but after two years at the top, the KEF now faces some tough competition

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