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  1. B&W MM-1

    B&W MM-1

    Reviewed on 7th May 2010
    Price when reviewed £400

    Best Premium desktop speakers, Awards 2011, but more exciting options are now available

  2. B&W P5

    B&W P5

    Reviewed on 16th April 2010
    Price when reviewed £250

    Beautiful to look at, and, in the main, listen to as well, these B&W P5s are a sound investment for your iPod or MP3 player

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  3. B&W Zeppelin Mini

    B&W Zeppelin Mini

    Reviewed on 10th November 2009
    Price when reviewed £300

    Best iPod Dock £150–£300, Awards 2010. You won't find a more attractive and musically talented iPod Dock anywhere amongst the competition

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  4. B&W MT-25

    B&W MT-25

    Reviewed on 6th July 2009
    Price when reviewed £1044

    Speaker package Product of the Year, Awards 2010. Top-notch, compact package that produces effortlessly exciting results

  5. B&W ASW608

    B&W ASW608

    Reviewed on 4th June 2009
    Price when reviewed £300

    This B&W ASW608 dinky subwoofer turns in a fast, lively and punchy delivery

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  7. B&W ASW610XP

    B&W ASW610XP

    Reviewed on 27th May 2009
    Price when reviewed £700

    B&W's new ASW610XP subwoofer may be compact, but it delivers a mighty punch

  8. B&W Panorama

    B&W Panorama

    Reviewed on 11th May 2009
    Price when reviewed £1500

    The Panorama is a bit of a let-down. For all its unlikely low-frequency ability, it doesn't quite add up

  9. B&W CM5

    B&W CM5

    Reviewed on 12th March 2009
    Price when reviewed £780

    B&W's CM5s look like the Award-winning 685s in a posh frock, but can they cut the mustard?

  10. B&W CT800 system

    B&W CT800 system

    Reviewed on 10th November 2008
    Price when reviewed £67950

    Expensive, of course, but you get the best home cinema system we’ve ever tested

  11. B&W 683 Theatre

    B&W 683 Theatre

    Reviewed on 1st October 2008
    Price when reviewed £2425

    These B&Ws are impressive to look at and, especially at low volumes, impressive to listen to – but we’d like a bit more excitement for our money