1. Parasound Halo CD1

    Parasound Halo CD1

    A CD player packed with the latest technology – the Parasound Halo CD1 isn’t cheap but it is a fine CD player

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  2. Copland CDA 825

    Copland CDA 825

    Copland’s CDA 825 is a terrific player. If you still value top-class CD replay, give this machine a listen

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  3. Cambridge Audio Azur 851C

    Cambridge Audio Azur 851C

    An incredibly capable performer, but a touch too clinical for our tastes

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  4. Cambridge Audio Azur 351C

    Cambridge Audio Azur 351C

    A fine player for the money and a worthy rival to the award-winning Marantz CD6004

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  5. Cyrus CD 8 SE2

    Cyrus CD 8 SE2

    Best CD player £1000-£1500, Awards 2012. Updated CD 8 improves on an already superb package

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  7. Cyrus CD6 SE2

    Cyrus CD6 SE2

    Now more affordable and even harder to resist

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  8. Isem Ego Phase

    Isem Ego Phase

    A quirky looker with some appealing features, but attention to detail is poor and there are better, cheaper rivals

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  9. Cambridge Audio Azur 651C

    Cambridge Audio Azur 651C

    Good looking and spacious sounding, but not the best

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  10. Rega Apollo-R

    Rega Apollo-R

    New Apollo shoots for the moon, but falls just short

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  11. Wadia S7i

    Wadia S7i

    Yes, the price is stupendous, but so is the sound

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