1. Yamaha YHT-S401

    Yamaha YHT-S401

    Yamaha has a strong tradition in soundbars, but this isn't its finest by a long stretch

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    Available from £329.99
  2. Yamaha RX-A1010

    Yamaha RX-A1010

    The Yamaha will make your movies sound massive and your music sound lush

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  3. Yamaha RX-A3010

    Yamaha RX-A3010

    This large, lush-sounding AV receiver immerses you deep in the action

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  4. Yamaha MCR-555

    Yamaha MCR-555

    Vastly improved over the original, but it still doesn’t excite us enough for five stars

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  5. Yamaha RX-V671

    Yamaha RX-V671

    The Yamaha RX-V671 is a cracking performer, vying for class-leading status

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  7. Yamaha A-S300

    Yamaha A-S300

    The Yamaha A-S300 stereo amplifier is a budget star, but you can buy better

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  8. Yamaha NP-S2000

    Yamaha NP-S2000

    The Yamaha NP-S2000 is a no-frills music streaming/internet client that needs a high-end system to do it justice

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  9. Yamaha MCR-550

    Yamaha MCR-550

    The Yamaha MCR-550 is a complete system but it is much better value if you ditch the flabby speakers

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  10. Yamaha YSP-2200

    Yamaha YSP-2200

    Best soundbar, Awards 2012. £800 may seem like a lot of money for this two-box system, but when you see what you get it's a steal

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  11. Yamaha RX-V3067

    Yamaha RX-V3067

    Typically solid and reliable, Yamaha's RX-V3067 totes an impressive specification and a sound that's very likeable

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