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(2018) Stereo Loudspeakers Over $10,000

Price: $14,700-$15,350 per pair, depending on finish

Website: www.muraudio.com

Doug said: Muraudio’s latest isn’t just one of the best-sounding speakers at the price -- I’d wager it can knock the socks off many speakers costing considerably more.

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The gist: Don’t let the weird look fool you – this speaker is the real deal.

Price: $41,600 per pair

Website: www.raidho.dk

Jeff said: I think that, in the XT-5, Raidho Acoustics has produced a loudspeaker that will appeal to many listeners, and that seems to have fewer limitations than their past speakers -- for instance, it will play plenty loud.

Read the SoundStage! Ultra review.

The gist: An evolutionary improvement to the Raidho design brief.

Price: $39,900

Website: www.tidal-audio.com

Aron said: Yes, there are other speakers on the market that offer more in terms of deep-bass extension and utter neutrality for less money. But, as with a Bugatti, what you pay $39,900 for is not the highest sound quality alone. You pay for a bespoke visual and aural experience by way of musical seduction, and Tidal’s Piano G2 has seduced me as has no other speaker.

Reviewers' Choice

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The gist: Aron thought the world of these.

Price: AU$16,995 in standard colours

Website: www.wilsonaudio.com

Edgar said: From the midrange on up to the highest treble, it performs an extraordinary imitation of the larger Wilson Audio designs, the last few generations of which have been outstanding in balancing precision and musicality.

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The gist: The Wilson sound and experience in a smaller package.

Price: AU$19,999 per pair

Website: www.yamaha.com

Josh said: The Yamaha NS-5000s are unusual yet beguiling speakers, clearly successful in their tribute to the original NS-1000s. Packed with modern technology and contrasted by the traditional yet exquisitely finished aesthetic, they are a definitive departure from the design brief of most mainstream high-end loudspeakers.

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The gist: Yamaha is ready to rumble again.

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