1. Audiolab 8300CD

    Audiolab 8300CD

    Audiolab has revamped a classic product, but does it still have the sparkle of its predecessor?

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  2. Audiolab M-DAC

    Audiolab M-DAC

    Best DAC £500-£700, Awards 2014. Effortlessly talented and enjoyable, the M-DAC is still the best product of its kind

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    Available from £599
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  3. Audiolab 8200CD

    Audiolab 8200CD

    Delivering a very capable sound at a competitive price, the 8200CD will sit pretty with any music fan

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    Available from £599
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  4. Audiolab M-PWR

    Audiolab M-PWR

    The M-PWR is a good, solid performer. It might not be the last word in finesse or fluidity, but would still work well in the right system

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    Available from £290
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  5. Audiolab Q-DAC

    Audiolab Q-DAC

    Sounds inoffensive – to such an extent that it becomes uninteresting

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    Available from £199
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  7. Audiolab 8200CDQ

    Audiolab 8200CDQ

    The Audiolab 8200CDQ hybrid player adds a preamp to the already excellent 8200CD

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    Available from £899
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  8. Audiolab 8200A

    Audiolab 8200A

    Capable, with an impressive range of abilities, but a touch too clinical

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    Available from £599
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  9. Audiolab 8000AP

    Audiolab 8000AP

    Lacks the ability to decode high-definition audio soundtracks, which is unacceptable at this price level

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  10. Audiolab 8000X7

    Audiolab 8000X7

    A big, bold and immersive-sounding 7.1 multichannel power amp

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  11. Audiolab 8000S

    Audiolab 8000S

    The Audiolab 8000S is still a decent amplifier, but it's no longer the class-leader it once was

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