1. Eclipse TD 725SW

    Eclipse TD 725SW

    It might not have the visual flair of other Eclipse products, but the TD725SW doesn’t lack for sonic talent

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  2. REL Acoustics R-305 (Piano Black)

    REL Acoustics R-305 (Piano Black)

    Looks the part, and delivers a big weight from a comparatively small box

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  3. Wilson Benesch Torus

    Wilson Benesch Torus

    Whatever you do, don’t call the Torus a subwoofer - Wilson Benesch prefers the term ‘infrasonic generator’

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  4. Monitor Audio RS W12

    Monitor Audio RS W12

    A fine, fun subwoofer that plays both music and movies with terrific energy

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  5. Quad L-ite sub

    Quad L-ite sub

    Fast, articulate and expressive, and couples that agile presentation with genuine weight

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  7. Wharfedale Diamond SW250

    Wharfedale Diamond SW250

    300.00 This stylish budget stunner slams well above its weight – delivering impressively big bass and decent subtlety Impressive control and weight With the raft of movie big hitters swamping the Blu-ray shelves it's time to ponder your system's sonic capabilities. So, if your budget

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  8. Tannoy TS-12

    Tannoy TS-12

    There's much to admire in the Tannoy TS-12 subwoofer – it remains an enjoyable and flexible design

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  9. Audio Pro B1.36

    Audio Pro B1.36

    The Audio Pro B1.36 is still a worthy choice if you want plenty of thump from a compact box, but newer products have overtaken it

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  10. B&W PV1

    B&W PV1

    Best subwoofer £500+, Awards 2010. B&W's amazing-looking and technically-advanced aluminium subwoofer delivers sensational, deep bass with music and m

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  11. Wharfedale Diamond SW150

    Wharfedale Diamond SW150

    A true champion of subwoofers, in terms of performance and price – it’s a quality piece of budget equipment

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