Best style package up to £600, Awards 2012. It might be small, but Tannoy's HTS101 is perfectly formed, with an open sound and good integration.
The impressive dynamic extension produced by this system shows you don't have to have huge speakers to build tension and atmosphere
Retaining the basic concept of Tannoy's successful and long-lived Mercury design, the V1s are a joy to listen to, with few vices
Impressive in some areas, but for this sort of money we'd expect performance to be a bit better
Tannoy serves up a winner here, with its TS-10 subwoofer. It's compact and agile, with great definition. What more could you want?
They might be small, but we found these Tannoys come complete with a big, sonic heart
There’s nothing wrong with what this Tannoy does – it differentiates bass notes well and is able to start and stop promptly – but the overall signatur
These big units will need space to breathe but they produce a massive sound
They may be picky about positioning, but get it right and the DC4s won't fail to impress with oodles of drive and determination
As thrilling or calming as you want it be, this is a sure-footed and convincing set-up