1. Cambridge Audio Bluetone 100

    Cambridge Audio Bluetone 100

    A bold, engaging performance, but there are more talented rivals out there

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  2. LH Labs Geek Out

    LH Labs Geek Out

    A good ad for crowd-funded hi-fi; solid but not quite as talented as some rivals

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  3. Epoz AktiMate Blue

    Epoz AktiMate Blue

    Give these AktiMates the pampering they deserve and you’ll end up with a great sounding alternative to a traditional dedicated hi-fi system

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  4. Yamaha A-S3000

    Yamaha A-S3000

    Sound quality is good but needs to be better to fully justify that hefty price

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  5. Revo SuperConnect

    Revo SuperConnect

    A feature-packed, attractive radio and a serious contender for best-in-class

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  7. Samsung M7

    Samsung M7

    Get past the set-up and it’s a comfortable listen with plenty of features

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  8. ProAc Response D30R

    ProAc Response D30R

    The Response D30Rs reinforce ProAc’s excellent reputation for producing high-quality speakers. They’re a great buy.

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  9. Unison Research Triode 25

    Unison Research Triode 25

    Yet another superb design from Unison Research. Great to use and even better to listen to.

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  10. Geneva Model M Wireless

    Geneva Model M Wireless

    A commendable speaker if you’re mainly after Bluetooth and radio

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  11. Cabasse Stream 1

    Cabasse Stream 1

    An almost-great system let down by mediocre software

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