1. JVC HA-FX1000

    JVC HA-FX1000

    Comfortable, unique, and great-sounding; these premium headphones are well-worth trying

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  2. JVC SX-WD10

    JVC SX-WD10

    JVC's SX-WD10 stereo speakers may look good, but even the innovative wood cones can't save them from a two star fate

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  3. JVC LT-46DS9BJ

    JVC LT-46DS9BJ

    JVC's 46 inch LT-46DS9BJ LCD might be a capable performer, but it's priced itself out of the market

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  4. JVC HA-EB70

    JVC HA-EB70

    Poor in-ear headphones aimed at the sporty market

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  5. JVC DLA-HD750

    JVC DLA-HD750

    Those of you with high-end home cinema systems should definitely try out the JVC – at this price point, it's excellent

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  7. JVC HA-E130

    JVC HA-E130

    Surprisingly comfortable headphones that are rhythmic and detailed considering the £10 price

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  8. JVC LT-32DE9BJ

    JVC LT-32DE9BJ

    It might not set the world alight, but this HDD-toting JVC is a solid performer at a solid price

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  9. JVC NX-PN7

    JVC NX-PN7

    You can get comfortably better sounding iPod docks for this money – though without the showy extras available on this JVC

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  10. JVC NX-F7

    JVC NX-F7

    The JVC performs well for a 2.1 system, but to justify its price tag we expect greater all-round ability

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  11. JVC LT-26DE9BJ

    JVC LT-26DE9BJ

    The JVC's built-in PVR is the headline, but this set is a solid picture performer, too

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