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  1. Pioneer X-HM72-K

    Pioneer X-HM72-K

    Reviewed on 29th April 2015
    Price when reviewed £350

    This Pioneer micro system is packed with useful features, but how does it sound?

  2. Sony CMT-SBT300WB

    Sony CMT-SBT300WB

    Reviewed on 18th December 2013
    Price when reviewed £330

    This system that shows so much promise on paper, but fails to deliver in action. Frustrating

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  3. Panasonic SC-PMX9DB

    Panasonic SC-PMX9DB

    Reviewed on 12th December 2013
    Price when reviewed £450

    A system with stacks of detail, but its laid-back nature loses too much excitement for our liking

  4. Pioneer P1DAB

    Pioneer P1DAB

    Reviewed on 29th May 2013
    Price when reviewed £550

    Great sound for a sensible price. This is an excellent introduction to the world of hi-fi

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  5. LG TA106DAB

    LG TA106DAB

    Reviewed on 12th January 2013
    Price when reviewed £200

    Great-looking LG micro falls short on sound

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  7. Roberts Sound 200

    Roberts Sound 200

    Reviewed on 12th October 2012
    Price when reviewed £300

    A versatile all-in-one worth seeking out a deal on

  8. Denon D-M39DAB

    Denon D-M39DAB

    Reviewed on 2nd October 2012
    Price when reviewed £310

    Best music system up to £400, Awards 2014. A stunning sounding system, that makes up for its lack of features in pure sonic ability

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  9. Panasonic SC-PMX5

    Panasonic SC-PMX5

    Reviewed on 14th June 2012
    Price when reviewed £300

    User-friendly, but hamstrung by its lacklustre sound

  10. Yamaha MCR-140

    Yamaha MCR-140

    Reviewed on 6th August 2010
    Price when reviewed £275

    The MCR-140 is a versatile micro featuring Yamaha's AirWired wireless streaming technology

  11. Panasonic SC-HC30DB

    Panasonic SC-HC30DB

    Reviewed on 23rd July 2010
    Price when reviewed £185

    Some of the features of this Panasonic micro system are very usable, but we'd rather have seen more attention paid to the basics

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