1. 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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  2. Tannoy BaseStation One

    Tannoy BaseStation One

    It’s not a class leader, but its big, hearty sound is alluring and easy to live with

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  3. Canton DM 50

    Canton DM 50

    Hugely thrilling sound and a beautiful design. Still our favourite soundbase.

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  4. Q Acoustics Media 4

    Q Acoustics Media 4

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. Q Acoustics has taken its stereo speaker expertise and put it to great use

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  5. Pioneer SBX-N700

    Pioneer SBX-N700

    Talented first entry from Pioneer that impresses with more than just its sound

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    Available from £199.99
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  7. Toshiba SBX4250

    Toshiba SBX4250

    Average sound, average looks and good connections. The same money can buy better

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  8. Maxell MXSP-SB3000

    Maxell MXSP-SB3000

    An enjoyable performance and impressive features for the price, this Maxell soundbase is well worth your attention

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    Available from £159
  9. Otone Sonora AV-Lance

    Otone Sonora AV-Lance

    A decent, affordable effort from Otone but sound quality is tainted by a distracting brightness

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  10. Yamaha YAS-201

    Yamaha YAS-201

    The Yamaha is worth auditioning, but struggles to muster the extra gear needed to be considered a class-leader

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    Available from £193.99
  11. Bose Solo

    Bose Solo

    A boost for TV sound, but it's not enough

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    Available from £349.95

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