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$259.98
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Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 ranks #39 out of 139. It is in the top 10%.
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9.6
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Very popular
Popularity rank: 22 / 206
89%
Awesomeness: 100
9 expert reviews:
100 The Elac Debut B6.2s are mature and understated, diligently presenting our music without comment, just as it has been told
— by What Hi-Fi
88 The Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 is one of the best speakers at this price, with great sound and excellent build quality.
— by CNET
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$349
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Q Acoustics 3020i ranks #47 out of 139. It is in the top 10%.
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9.6
Amazing
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Awesomeness: 99
15 expert reviews:
100 Q Acoustics 3020is are no less enjoyable for that. A former Award-winning speaker that’s been improved, they keep Q Acoustics firmly among the cream of the budg...
— by What Hi-Fi
84 The Q Acoustics 3020i bookshelf speakers combine cutting-edge design with excellent sonics and are suited to systems with tight space requirements.
— by CNET
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$1599.98
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Kef LS50 ranks #131 out of 139.
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6.7
Good
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Somewhat popular
Popularity rank: 85 / 206
56%
Awesomeness: 99
12 expert reviews:
100 the LS50’s innate transparency means that any flaws in the partnering kit will be apparent. But get it right and you have what is one of the best standmounters ...
— by What Hi-Fi
Almost 6 years ago, KEF slapped the competition on the competition and showed how exceptional speakers can be offered for normal money. In addition, I can right...
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$1750
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We don't yet have enough review information for Bowers & Wilkins 606 S2
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Popularity rank: 181 / 206
0%
Awesomeness: 98
6 expert reviews:
82 While I personally prefer the older, gentler 685, the 606 S2 offers a taste of the high-end in a way that the former speaker doesn't, and it does it for under a...
— by CNET
100 The original 606s are fine speakers, but this new version is obviously better across the board. Considering the relatively minor engineering changes that’s a re...
— by What Hi-Fi
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$64.98
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Dayton Audio B652 AIR ranks #75 out of 139. It is in the top 10%.
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9.1
Great
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Awesomeness: 98
6 expert reviews:
Part of the fun of having a $70 pair of speakers is being able to do stupid shit with them. Flipping the phase on the tweeter combined with DSP correction makes...
The B652-AIR's dynamic punch is remarkable, and the sound is nicely balanced, not overly bassy or bright. In my large room bass went down to around 65Hz, which ...
— by CNET
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$4499
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We don't yet have enough review information for Q Acoustics Concept 300
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Popularity rank: 202 / 206
0%
Awesomeness: 97
17 expert reviews:
80 These innovative standmounters are a technological triumph, but not quite the finished sonic article
— by What Hi-Fi
This is not a speaker for all systems. Even with the tweeter-level adjustments, the Concept 300 can be a touch unforgiving of bright-sounding electronics. And t...
— by Stereophile
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$693.93
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Klipsch The Fives ranks #83 out of 139. It is in the top 10%.
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9.1
Great
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Awesomeness: 96
18 expert reviews:
80 The Fives are obviously a high-quality product, derived from more than seven decades of speaker excellence. The sound is smooth, refined, and sophisticated, tho...
— by TechHive
80 The Fives from Klipsch look and sound fantastic, with far more connectivity options than your standard pair of bookshelf speakers.
— by PCMag
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$899.99
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Kanto TUK ranks #95 out of 139. It is in the top 10%.
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8.7
Great
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Somewhat popular
Popularity rank: 115 / 206
40%
Awesomeness: 96
15 expert reviews:
The Kanto YU6 would be our top pick. While we think the sound quality is less dynamic than the Fluance Ai60s, and much less dynamic than the TUK speakers, they ...
83 The first time I listened to the TUKs, I listened to them for about 3 hours straight. I couldn’t pull myself away from them. I loved the way the music just drew...
— by HI-FI Trends
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$469
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Triangle Borea BR03 ranks #71 out of 139. It is in the top 10%.
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9.1
Great
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Somewhat popular
Popularity rank: 112 / 206
41%
Awesomeness: 95
11 expert reviews:
80 It’s rare to find a pair of speakers at this price that sound so sophisticated, but these Triangles deliver refinement and detail in spades
— by What Hi-Fi
I recommend the Triangle Borea BR03 as wholeheartedly as Diego did, but with a caveat: Before laying down any cash, someone who’s serious about buying a pair of...
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$378
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Bose 301 ranks #7 out of 139. It is in the top 10%.
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10.0
Amazing
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Very popular
Popularity rank: 30 / 206
85%
Awesomeness: 94
3 expert reviews:
The Bose 301 provides big, expansive sound within a relatively small footprint, and fits into many space-conscious home environments. However, its sonic propert...
We will end our Bose 301 review by saying what we have already heard from other 301 buyers so far and their overwhelming feedback is that coming at this price, ...
— by Audiophilez
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