1. Wharfedale Diamond 10.0

    Wharfedale Diamond 10.0

    Although far better than the speakers that came with your micro, you can do even better for the money

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  2. Wharfedale Diamond 10.MX

    Wharfedale Diamond 10.MX

    Wharfedale's Diamond 10.MX is hard-hitting but not mindlessly so

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  3. Wharfedale Diamond 10.3

    Wharfedale Diamond 10.3

    We prefer the Diamond 10.1 bookshelf speakers, but if you're determined to buy some floorstanders you won't go far wrong with these

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  4. Wharfedale Diamond 10 HCP

    Wharfedale Diamond 10 HCP

    The Diamond 10 HCP is a very capable system for the money, but it needs a little polish to truly shine

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  5. Wharfedale Opus2-M1

    Wharfedale Opus2-M1

    If Wharfedale could fix the cohesion and drop the price, these speakers would challenge the best

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  7. Wharfedale Evo 2-8

    Wharfedale Evo 2-8

    These are good speakers, and a welcome upgrade, but don’t quite have the all-round ability of the very best in this class

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. Wharfedale Diamond 9.1

    Wharfedale Diamond 9.1

    These have long been the best loudspeaker under £200, and the Diamonds still sparkle

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