1. TEAC Reference 600

    TEAC Reference 600

    There was a gap between the micro system and 'proper' hi-fi separates – consider it filled by the excellent Reference 600

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  2. Panasonic SC-BT205

    Panasonic SC-BT205

    This sibling to the SC-BT200 combines fine useability with a comprehensive specification and great images and sound

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  3. LG HB954PB

    LG HB954PB

    LG's HB954PB Blu-ray in a box system really is a solid, all-in-one achievement across the board

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  4. Samsung HT-BD1250R

    Samsung HT-BD1250R

    It's got appeal in terms of its lack of space, but we found this Samsung to be wanting in its sound and image handling skills

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  5. Q Acoustics Q-TV2

    Q Acoustics Q-TV2

    Q Acoustics has come up with an ingenious solution to the problem of poor flatscreen TV sound, with the development of its slim Q-TV2 system

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  7. Cambridge Audio Sonata DR30/CD30

    Cambridge Audio Sonata DR30/CD30

    A decent, impressive system. But the performance, at the money, doesn't hit the musical heights

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  8. Yamaha TSX-130

    Yamaha TSX-130

    The clock radio grows up in the form of Yamaha's new Desktop Audio system

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  9. LG HB354BS

    LG HB354BS

    We think this Blu-ray package from LG is rather accomplished and certainly stylish – especially for the money

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  10. Panasonic SC-BT200

    Panasonic SC-BT200

    In its SC-BT200, Panasonic has produced a system capable of delivering fantastic images and incredible sound

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  11. Marantz M-CR502

    Marantz M-CR502

    The Marantz M-CR502 is very stylish indeed and its lean, driving attack makes it worthy of an audition, especially now that it costs £100 less

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