1. TEAC CR-H257i (inc iPod dock)

    TEAC CR-H257i (inc iPod dock)

    A most competent micro system, with added iPod-friendliness to its make-up, but it doesn't do justice to dance music and similarly driving genres

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  2. Shanling MC-30

    Shanling MC-30

    The Shanling MC-30 is eminently unique and likeable, but the its new price severely dents its performance-per-pound credentials

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  3. Sony NAS-50HDE Gigajuke

    Sony NAS-50HDE Gigajuke

    Can connect tunes from your PC via your network, or from its own 80GB built-in hard disk - a good micro system choice for fans of digital music

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  4. Panasonic SC-PMX2

    Panasonic SC-PMX2

    DAB radio, USB and 3.5mm line-in, and a Bluetooth option make this pretty attractive - allied to its big, bouncy sound, Panasonic has built a decent s

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  5. Meridian F80

    Meridian F80

    High-end audio firm creates a sublime combination of style and substance: great audio and video performance in one sleek, Ferrari-badged box

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  7. TEAC DR-H300DAB

    TEAC DR-H300DAB

    Unlike most micro systems we encounter, this TEAC is DVD-ready, but even with video piped via its HDMI it lacks something in picture quality terms

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  8. Roberts Sound 23

    Roberts Sound 23

    Pity the remote control gives a poor impression all the time, because this is actually a clear-sounding and attractive piece of DAB technology

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  9. Pure Digital DMX-60

    Pure Digital DMX-60

    A typically impressive design from Pure, which looks good and has useful features like DAB reception - if only it didn't sound so plain

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  10. Onkyo CS-515UK (with spkrs)

    Onkyo CS-515UK (with spkrs)

    This is a very fine, well featured micro system: reasonable speakers as an option, though it's good enough to witthstand even better boxes

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  11. Russ Andrews RAVE1 USB (amp/spkrs)

    Russ Andrews RAVE1 USB (amp/spkrs)

    The USB input on this latest laptop amp makes sense, as do the three line-level inputs, but we're not entirely sold on it

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