1. Otone SoundBase

    Otone SoundBase

    A neat design, but more thought needs to go into sound and build – even at £130

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  2. Epson EH-TW5200

    Epson EH-TW5200

    It has its niggles, but this compact, punchy projector puts in a great showing

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    Available from £487.34
  3. B&W 683 S2 Theatre

    B&W 683 S2 Theatre

    Talented and entertaining, but not quite the captivating experience we expected

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    Available from £1149
  4. Panasonic DMR-BWT740

    Panasonic DMR-BWT740

    A multimedia beast and a must-buy if you want to record to Blu-ray or DVD disc

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    Available from £439
  5. Anthem MRX 510

    Anthem MRX 510

    If you put sound performance ahead of features, this Anthem is a terrific choice. Rarely have we heard a multi-channel amplifier sound so accomplished with music

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  7. Cambridge Audio TV2

    Cambridge Audio TV2

    Best soundbase up to £300, Awards 2014. A sterling soundbase that builds on the Minx TV’s success with, albeit minor, design and feature upgrades

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  8. Canton DM 75

    Canton DM 75

    Best soundbase £300+, Awards 2014. A bigger, better version of its fine sibling, the DM 75 is a good option for large TVs

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  9. Philips HTL5140

    Philips HTL5140

    Best soundbar up to £300, Awards 2014. Everything a budget soundbar should be: insightful, balanced and unobtrusive

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  10. Philips Fidelio E5

    Philips Fidelio E5

    The E5 is a lovely idea, but there are limitations to its application and it’s quite pricey

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  11. Focal Dimension

    Focal Dimension

    Dimension is a bold move for Focal but it’s paid off. A high-end, high-quality soundbar

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