1. TEAC Reference 380

    TEAC Reference 380

    It looks and feels great, but sadly it's the sound that lets the side down

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  2. Yamaha M-430

    Yamaha M-430

    This Yamaha system doesn't quite scale the sonic heights of rivals, but find it at a knockdown price and it's a tempting proposition

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  3. Panasonic SC-EN38

    Panasonic SC-EN38

    For £100 you're never going to get audiophile-standard sound quality, but the Panasonic SC-EN38 is still a good value micro system

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  4. LG FA163DAB

    LG FA163DAB

    If you’re on a budget this is a great little versatile system – pay more for a jump in sound quality

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  5. Myryad Mi

    Myryad Mi

    The Mi is packed with useful features and sounds great, too – a real winner

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  7. Brennan JB7

    Brennan JB7

    An alternative to the ubiquitous iPod and dock, the Brennan’s well worth investigating

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  8. Pioneer PDX-Z9

    Pioneer PDX-Z9

    The Pioneer PDX-Z9 is an innovative idea, full of useful features, and comes in a tidy little package. It's a one-box hi-fi with digital amplification

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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