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9 products found
  1. Cyrus CD Xt Signature

    Cyrus CD Xt Signature

    Reviewed on 23rd April 2015
    Price when reviewed £1750

    Looking for a top-class CD transport? Buy this one

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  2. Roksan Caspian M2 CD

    Roksan Caspian M2 CD

    Reviewed on 5th November 2010
    Price when reviewed £1650

    Best CD player £1500+, Awards 2014. In our opinion the finest CD player available at anywhere near this price

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  3. Naim CD5 XS

    Naim CD5 XS

    Reviewed on 4th November 2009
    Price when reviewed £1950

    The CD5 XS is one of the few players at this price-point that's a genuine rival to Cyrus's brilliant range of CD players

  4. Unison Research Unico CDE

    Unison Research Unico CDE

    Reviewed on 18th November 2008
    Price when reviewed £1995

    The Unico CDE isn’t the most sonically striking of CD players at this money, and we can certainly see it losing out to more exciting machines in a qui

  5. Musical Fidelity X-Ray v8/X-DAC v8

    Musical Fidelity X-Ray v8/X-DAC v8

    Reviewed on 29th August 2008
    Price when reviewed £1800

    Musical, Ergonomic issues aside, this is an excellent player for the money, and it’s a must-hear product

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  7. Moon CD-1

    Moon CD-1

    Reviewed on 18th February 2008
    Price when reviewed £1600

    What the CD-1 lacks in subtlety, it more than makes up for in power and drive. This is a bold-sounding player

  8. Pathos Digit

    Pathos Digit

    Reviewed on 4th January 2008
    Price when reviewed £1995

    The Pathos can take on any hard-driving tune and leave the ring without a scratch. Well-crafted player with verve and a rhythmic bite

  9. Cairn Fog 3

    Cairn Fog 3

    Reviewed on 8th November 2007
    Price when reviewed £1995

    It’s weird, quirky and sometimes downright frustrating – but the Fog 3 is one of the most natural-sounding CD players you’ll ever hear

  10. Lyngdorf CD1

    Lyngdorf CD1

    Reviewed on 5th February 2007
    Price when reviewed £1895

    The Lyngdorf pulls off the tricky feat of combining a weighty and powerful bass with class-leading agility: few rivals manage that