1. Onkyo CS-525UKD

    Onkyo CS-525UKD

    Plenty to offer but has simply been pipped at the post by a superior sounding rival

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  2. Denon D-M37DAB

    Denon D-M37DAB

    The extra outlay for the iPod dock seems fair to us, while everything else about this system remains top drawer

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  3. Consonance Forbidden City- Ping

    Consonance Forbidden City- Ping

    It may have a silly name but this one-box CD receiver is a delight

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  4. Vita Audio R4

    Vita Audio R4

    All-in one CD/DAB/iPod dock system, with a warm, lush and slightly reserved sound

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  5. Hitachi AXM133

    Hitachi AXM133

    Accomplished performance, SD card and USB inputs combine with great style, price, flexibility and performance - the Hitachi is something of a winner

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  7. Arcam Solo Mini

    Arcam Solo Mini

    Best CD system £400–£800, Awards 2010. The Arcam Solo Mini is a near-perfect all-in-one system

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  8. Sony CMT-SPZ90DB

    Sony CMT-SPZ90DB

    If you're looking specifically for DAB, a CD multichanger and cassette in your micro system (and we suppose some people must be), this is the baby for

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  9. Panasonic SC-AK270

    Panasonic SC-AK270

    Not particularly subtle with its big-bass sound, but it performs reasonably well overall, so if you really yearn for a multidisc CD system, this could

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  10. Ministry of Sound MC057IP

    Ministry of Sound MC057IP

    This Ministry of Sound micro system offers a ridiculous number of features and quite acceptable sound considering the very affordable price

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  11. TEAC MC-DX220IDAB

    TEAC MC-DX220IDAB

    Flat panel speakers, plus a subwoofer makes for something a bit different from TEAC - the sound is acceptably good without blowing you out of the wate

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