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Boston Acoustics A Series review

Boston Acoustics A Series review

Adam Rayner enjoys a 5.2 experience and wonders whether he should deck out his whole house in gloss white

Canton Chrono CL Series loudspeaker review

Canton Chrono CL Series loudspeaker review

How good does a £3,600 speaker system need to be to offer 'value for money'?

Canton Your Duo/Your Stick speaker review

Canton Your Duo/Your Stick speaker review

Mark Craven puts the stereo back into his MP3 collection

Velodyne EQ-Max12 review

Velodyne EQ-Max12 review

Bass-obsessive Adam Rayner tries out a 12in subwoofer with some tasty EQ

Q Acoustics Q7000 review

Q Acoustics Q7000 review

We check out the latest compact 5.1 package from the freelance engineering team at Q Acoustics

Speakercraft Roots 5.1 (£2,450)

Speakercraft Roots 5.1 (£2,450)

Steve May auditions an unashamedly upmarket sub/sat system

KEF Q Series 5.1 review

KEF Q Series 5.1 review

Adam Rayner reacquaints himself with KEF's pioneering Uni-Q driver technology

Velodyne SPL-800 Ultra (£1,000)

Velodyne SPL-800 Ultra (£1,000)

Adam Rayner finds that the power behind this sub belies its cute size

Wharfedale SPC-10 (£300)

Wharfedale SPC-10 (£300)

Adam Rayner auditions a subwoofer that scales up nicely

Acoustic Energy Compact Neo review

Acoustic Energy Compact Neo review

A package that goes one speaker better than the rest, says Ed Selley

Definitive Technology Mythos review

Definitive Technology Mythos review

Danny Philips is impressed by the punch delivered by these slim Jims

Jamo S426 HCS3 & SUB260 review

Jamo S426 HCS3 & SUB260 review

Danny Phillips auditions a 5-channel system that's got legs

Monitor Audio GX Series review

Monitor Audio GX Series review

Adam Rayner takes Monitor Audio's Gold series cinema speakers for a spin

Paradigm MilleniaOne/Sub review

Paradigm MilleniaOne/Sub review

Adam Rayner boggles at a set of small speakers with a big heart

Acoustic Energy Neo Max review

Acoustic Energy Neo Max review

Danny Phillips checks out an affordable 7.1 speaker array

PSB Image 5.1 review

PSB Image 5.1 review

Award-winning system's baby brother proves that AV performance runs in the family

SV Sound PC-12 Plus DSP (£1,250)

SV Sound PC-12 Plus DSP (£1,250)

It's not a tiger's scratching post it's a sub. Adam Rayner gets tubular

Tannoy Arena Highline (£1,850)

Tannoy Arena Highline (£1,850)

Tannoy has updated its Arena range with the Highline 300. Ed Selley is seeing quintuple

Magnat Quantum 650 Series review

Magnat Quantum 650 Series review

Adam Rayner tests the most established brand we have never seen before in the UK

Quadral Chromium review

Quadral Chromium review

Quadral's Chromium 5.1 set makes a very good impression on Ed Selley

Top 5 Loudspeakers

Tannoy Precision 5.1 review

Tannoy has rolled its traditional technology into a tasty new range of speakers. And we love 'em

Cambridge Audio Aero 5.1 review

BMR driver technology ensures that this multichannel speaker system hits the right notes

DALI Zensor Pico 5.1 review

Scaled-down loudspeaker package wants a space in your movie room

KEF The Reference 7.2 review

Can these towering speakers deliver home cinema highs that live up to their name? Yes, basically

Q Acoustics Concept 5.1 Cinema Pack review

Q Acoustics' range-topping system proves hard to fault at the price

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