1. Tannoy Revolution 1001

    Tannoy Revolution 1001

    There’s nothing wrong with what this Tannoy does – it differentiates bass notes well and is able to start and stop promptly – but the overall signatur

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  2. Sunfire Corporation HRS-8

    Sunfire Corporation HRS-8

    Compact sub capable of full-size sound – just don’t push it too hard

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  3. Mordaunt-Short Mezzo 9

    Mordaunt-Short Mezzo 9

    Interesting looks and impressive spec, allied to sheer volume, outweigh a slight lack of refinement remote-control-cum-sound-pressure-meter

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  4. M&K Xenon SB-12

    M&K Xenon SB-12

    An almost elemental subwoofer from one of the established experts – a big, square, black box with a whacking great driver occupying the front panel

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  5. MJ Acoustics Pro 55 Mk1

    MJ Acoustics Pro 55 Mk1

    This subwoofer isn't short of drive and attack but is lacking finesse where it's needed.

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  7. Martin Logan Dynamo

    Martin Logan Dynamo

    A handsome, cuboidal little fellow that can be used in a forward or downward-firing configuration

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  8. Velodyne SPL-1500R

    Velodyne SPL-1500R

    The SPL-1500R isn’t small or cheap, but it is very good

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  9. Velodyne DD-18

    Velodyne DD-18

    There’s more to this beast than blunt force

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  10. Q Acoustics 1000s

    Q Acoustics 1000s

    Lacks the speed and definition to create any sense of scale and weight in big action movie soundtracks

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  11. MJ Acoustics Pro 50 MkII

    MJ Acoustics Pro 50 MkII

    With its compact dimensions and affordable price, the Pro 50 MkII is a real gem

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