1. LG HB45E

    LG HB45E

    Bulky is certainly one word we'd use to describe this 2.1 system from LG, but style aside, there's much to like here despite some holes

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  2. Sony BDV-E370

    Sony BDV-E370

    Best Blu-ray System up to £500, Award 2010. It's a safe bet to say this Sony all-in-one will sell by the metric tonne

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  3. Denon D-M38DAB

    Denon D-M38DAB

    It's been around for a while, but it's still an absolute cracker

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  4. Samsung HT-C6930W

    Samsung HT-C6930W

    The first 3D Blu-ray in a box system we've seen, and it's ably backed up by impressive pictures and solid sound

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  5. Arcam Solo Neo

    Arcam Solo Neo

    The Neo has a more agile sound and extra functionality over the original Arcam Solo

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  7. Yamaha MCR-140

    Yamaha MCR-140

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

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  8. Cambridge Audio One +

    Cambridge Audio One +

    Although DAB+ may be exciting for some people outside the UK, for us Brits the One+ isn’t enough of an update

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  9. TEAC CR-H258i

    TEAC CR-H258i

    The TEAC CR-H258i is a fine affordable micro - it performs enthusiastically from all its sources

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  10. Sony NAS-E300HD

    Sony NAS-E300HD

    The Sony NAS-E300HD rips at 4x playing speed, but you can swap to real-time to listen and record simultaneously

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  11. Teufel Impaq 40

    Teufel Impaq 40

    The Teufel Impaq 40 may look rather shed-built but the sound it produces is near-faultless for the money

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