1. Naim CD5 XS

    Naim CD5 XS

    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

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    Available from £1040
  2. Unison Research Unico CDE

    Unison Research Unico CDE

    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

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

    Musical Fidelity X-Ray v8/X-DAC v8

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

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  4. Moon CD-1

    Moon CD-1

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

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  5. Pathos Digit

    Pathos Digit

    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

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  7. Cairn Fog 3

    Cairn Fog 3

    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

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  8. Lyngdorf CD1

    Lyngdorf CD1

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

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