1. Polk Audio N1

    Polk Audio N1

    Bar size won’t appeal to all, but sound will. The Polk will make your movie experience a thrilling one

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  2. Toshiba SB3950M1

    Toshiba SB3950M1

    A good sound at a decent price: that’s the Toshiba’s promise, and it’s one we like

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    Available from £149
  3. Humax STA-1200BSW

    Humax STA-1200BSW

    The Humax claims some fame with design, but its lacklustre sound disappoints

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  4. Otone SoundBase

    Otone SoundBase

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

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  5. 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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  7. Wharfedale Vista 100

    Wharfedale Vista 100

    A good soundbar, held back by one major problem

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  8. KitSound Ovation

    KitSound Ovation

    As affordable as soundbars get, but we’d suggest spending more

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    Available from £175
  9. Sandstrom S42SWLH13

    Sandstrom S42SWLH13

    A great-looking soundbar with plenty of connections and a decent sonic performance

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  10. Cambridge Audio Minx TV

    Cambridge Audio Minx TV

    This Cambridge Audio soundbase ticks all the right boxes. It delivers a fantastic, exciting sound for a great budget price

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  11. Yamaha BD-S673

    Yamaha BD-S673

    A decent enough Blu-ray player as long as you don’t care about smart features

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    Available from £149.99

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