1. REL Acoustics T-Zero

    REL Acoustics T-Zero

    REL's compact T-Zero fits the bill for those who want a small and compact subwoofer, but rivals can give extra depth

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  2. Wharfedale Powercube SPC-10

    Wharfedale Powercube SPC-10

    A fast, articulate and detailed sub

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  3. Klipsch SW-450

    Klipsch SW-450

    Large, and substantial, Klipsch's SW-450 subwoofer has the power, but we found that it lost its way when faced with complexity

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  4. Acoustic Energy Neo V2

    Acoustic Energy Neo V2

    It might not have the serious punch of some other subwoofers on the market, but AE's Neo v2 makes up for quantity with amazing quality

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  5. Monitor Audio Vector VW-8

    Monitor Audio Vector VW-8

    Capable little subwoofer that will help systems needing encouragement in the lower frequencies

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  7. Wharfedale Diamond 10.MX

    Wharfedale Diamond 10.MX

    Wharfedale's Diamond 10.MX is hard-hitting but not mindlessly so

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  8. Velodyne Impact-10

    Velodyne Impact-10

    It may be sizeable, but the Impact-10 lacks much needed control compared to rivals in the same class

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  9. Tannoy TS-10

    Tannoy TS-10

    Tannoy serves up a winner here, with its TS-10 subwoofer. It's compact and agile, with great definition. What more could you want?

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  10. B&W ASW608

    B&W ASW608

    This B&W ASW608 dinky subwoofer turns in a fast, lively and punchy delivery

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  11. Audioengine S8

    Audioengine S8

    The Audioengine S8 is an elegantly finished box that goes loud, but there's a definite flabbiness to the bass notes

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    Available from £295

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