Hi-Fi Speakers

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  • Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2

    Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2

    Bookshelf Speakers - The Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2 took the prestigious What HiFi Award for Best Standpoint Speaker in its price range, need we say more ?
  • Elac Debut 2.0 F5.2

    Elac Debut 2.0 F5.2

    £599.00 £649.00
    Floorstand Speakers - The Elac Debut 2.0 F5.2 prove that great things do come in unassuming packages. Power, precision, insight and sheer musical entertainment are some of the party tricks provided by these speakers.
  • Elac Debut 2.0 F6.2

    Elac Debut 2.0 F6.2

    Floorstanding Hi-Fi Speakers - The Elac Debut F6.2 take everything from their small but mighty sibling, the Debut F5.2, and supercharges it. Flagship speaker....Flagship performance.
  • Fyne Audio F302 Floorstanding Speakers

    Fyne Audio F302 Floorstanding Speakers

    Making anything you play sound enjoyable is no easy task but one the Fyne F302 accomplish remarkably. Your new speaker is just a click away.
  • Fyne Audio F303

    Fyne Audio F303

    £589.00 £699.00
    Floorstanding Speakers - Continuing the range in a typically fine manner the F303 from Fyne Audio are the flagship in F300 range, rarely has a speaker of this price performed so remarkably....until now.
  • Fyne Audio F501 Floorstanding Speakers

    Fyne Audio F501 Floorstanding Speakers

    Fyne Audio may be a new name but the F501 exhibit familiar traits and award winning design techniques meaning that you will be rewarded with the best sound per pound performance.
  • Monitor Audio Bronze 100

    Monitor Audio Bronze 100

    Bookshelf Speakers - Taking everything a speaker should do and producing it in such a neat package is no easy task. The Monitor Audio Bronze 100 speakers will make you explore your music collection with a grin on your face.
  • Monitor Audio Bronze 200

    Monitor Audio Bronze 200

    Floorstanding Speakers - Monitor Audio have created something quite spectacular with the Bronze 6G range. Power, Performance and style combined into a seductive package. Your Hifi or Home Cinema will never be the same again.
  • Monitor Audio Bronze 50

    Monitor Audio Bronze 50

    Bookshelf Speakers - Whether its a small hifi or discrete surround sound you are after the Bronze 50 from Monitor Audio are designed to perform and destined to impress.
  • Monitor Audio Bronze 500

    Monitor Audio Bronze 500

    Floorstanding Speakers - Flagship speaker, Flagship performance. The Bronze 500 from Monitor Audio is the king of the range featuring all new 8 inch drive units its designed to please.
  • Monitor Audio Gold 100

    Monitor Audio Gold 100

    Bookshelf Speakers - With its svelte looks and detailed yet agile performance Monitor Audio have created something of an acoustic masterpiece in the Gold 100.
  • Monitor Audio Gold 200

    Monitor Audio Gold 200

    Floorstanding Speakers - Give your Hifi or Home Cinema the Gold Experience courtesy of the 200 series from Monitor Audio. Power and finesse beautifully presented in a compact package.
  • Monitor Audio Gold 300

    Monitor Audio Gold 300

    Floorstanding Speakers - Take the mesmerising Gold 200 add bigger drivers and a larger cabinet the result, the simply phenomenal Gold 300 from Monitor Audio. Treat your senses to sublime high fidelity reproduction.
  • Monitor Audio Monitor 100

    Monitor Audio Monitor 100

    Bookshelf Speakers - If you are looking for a budget bookshelf speaker with a modern twist then the Monitor 100 from Monitor Audio ticks that box and many more.
  • Monitor Audio Monitor 200

    Monitor Audio Monitor 200

    Floorstanding Speakers - Looking for a Monitor Audio speaker that doesn't break the bank ? Impossible ? Not now thanks to the new Monitor Range, budget hifi or home cinema doesn't get better than this.
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  • Monitor Audio Monitor 300

    Monitor Audio Monitor 300

    Floorstanding Speakers - The flagship Monitor 300 know how to let their hair down and party. Whether used as Hifi speakers or as part of a surround sound system they are destined to impress.
    Out of stock
  • Monitor Audio Monitor 50

    Monitor Audio Monitor 50

    Bookshelf Speakers - Modern looks, minimalist footprint and a performance bigger than you would imagine, the Monitor 50 from Monitor Audio are quite a star at this price.
  • Monitor Audio Radius 270

    Monitor Audio Radius 270

    Floorstanding Speakers - Discrete in size yet big in sound, the Radius 270 from Monitor Audio can turn its hand to any situation whether it's Hifi or Home Cinema.
  • Monitor Audio Radius 90

    Monitor Audio Radius 90

    Bookshelf Speakers - Discrete in size yet big in sound, the Radius 90 from Monitor Audio can turn its hand to any situation whether it's Hifi, Home Cinema or Multiroom Audio.
  • Monitor Audio Studio

    Monitor Audio Studio

    £849.00 £999.00
    Bookshelf Speakers - The Monitor Audio Studio are something quite special at this price, with an attractive modern finish and a performance that is positively engaging.
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If you're looking for a new pair of speakers, the first question to ask yourself is, standmounts or floorstanders ? Until you've narrowed it down to either category, you really can't carry on with the rest of your research, so it's worth spending a bit of time to find out which best serves your needs.

Here are some questions. Once you've worked out the answer to each, you'll be a lot closer to making that crucial decision. Ignore them at your peril, as you may end up wasting money on something that's not right for you.


Let’s start with the most obvious question. If you’re seeking a bargain that sounds great, you’re more likely to be looking at standmount or bookshelf speakers. This isn’t just because you’re paying for more wood or extra drivers, rather that it’s more difficult to engineer top-performing floorstanders for the same price you can with a smaller speaker.

A larger cabinet can equal more unwanted resonance – leading to greater distortion, difficulty with controlling dynamics and the like – so more care needs to be taken in cabinet design.

On the flip side, standmount speakers will need to be paired with suitable stands, so you will need to take that into consideration. After these essential add-ons, the few genuinely brilliant budget floorstanders may end up saving you money on a price-equivalent pair of standmounters.


This could be the make-or-break question. It isn’t so much about the speakers’ footprint – even the most slender standmount speakers take up around the same amount of floor space as a pair of towers once on some decent stands – but how much room the speakers have to breathe.

There are plenty of generally unfussy speakers that don’t mind having their backs close up against a wall, but most of the time you’ll get the best performance by placing them some way out into the room. Though there’s no hard and fast rule, often the bigger the speaker the more space it needs in which to work.

Smaller standmounters can usually tuck in tighter, so there’s no point buying a huge pair of floorstanders if their presentation is going to be hamstrung by the size of your bedsit.


There are plenty of smaller speakers where the low-end response is quite impressive, so if you want to feel your insides rumble you might not need to go as large as you’d think.

That said, the larger cabinets of a pair of floorstanders should deliver more powerful, though not uniformly precise bass, so that may be the way to go if the bottom frequencies are a main concern.

Still, if other sections of this feature have you leaning towards a smaller set of speakers, there’s always the option of curating a 2.1 system – by pairing them with a decent subwoofer to give them some extra welly.


In terms of whether you buy standmounts or floorstanders, partnering kit is going to make a difference. That may have something to do with budget – there’s no point in partnering huge towers with a cut-price micro-system – but also the amount of power your amp can feed into them.

Another way to look at it is whether the speakers you’re looking to buy will give you the option for future upgrades in the rest of your system.

If you’re already thinking about a more powerful amplifier as your next purchase, you might consider a more capable pair of speakers that will show off its muscle long term.


Obviously audio performance is the deciding factor but consideration needs to given to the aesthetic design of a speaker. Facets such as poor build or a lack of features matter, and they can rob a great-sounding product of a potential buyer.

Of course there are plenty of eye-catching standmounts and floorstanders – for both the right and wrong reasons – but the main point is you don’t want your speakers to look silly in the room.

Chances are, if you feel ashamed looking at your speakers, you’re less likely to spend as much time enjoying listening to them.