01 Ruark MR 1 Mk2 www.ruarkaudio.com PRICE £329.99 Tested T3 267 Ruark’s second-gen Bluetooth bookshelf speakers look stunning and have the audio performance to match, belying their miniature size. They can also be plugged into a TV or console, for a big sound boost. t3 says Great looks, great sound.
02 Denon Heos hs2 www.denon.co.uk PRICE From £135 Tested T3 267 Last time T3 reviewed multi-room systems, HEOS took the honours, and history has repeated itself – the HS2 is easy to set up, has great build quality and now sounds even better with support for 24-bit high-res audio. t3 says Hi-res multi-room audio at its best.
03 Dali katch www.katchspeaker.com PRICE £329 Tested T3 265 This high-end portable Bluetooth speaker from Danish audio connoisseur Dali is worth every bit of the lofty asking price – it sounds incredible for its size, looks great and battery life is a stonking 24 hours! t3 says Pricey but perfect portable speaker.
04 devialet gold phantom www.en.devialet.com PRICE £ 2,190 Tested T3 259 With spectacular sound and stunning looks, the Gold Phantom is a technical marvel, but you’ll need two to make the most of the experience – a snip at £2,190 each. t3 says A thing of audio brilliance.
05 sony ps-hx500 www.sony.co.uk PRICE £ 299 Tested T3 258 Don’t throw all your old vinyl away – this super-stylish turntable enables you to rip it to high-res audio files, to revolutionise how you hear your favourite albums. t3 says There’s never been a better time to sign up for the vinyl renaissance.
06 Wharfedale Diamond A1 www.wharfedale.co.uk PRICE £599 Tested T3 267 If all you care about is listening to music, these wireless bookshelf speakers will blow your socks off. Such is their musicality, you’d think they were epic floorstanders. t3 says Astonishing audio performance.