1. Electrocompaniet PC-1

    Electrocompaniet PC-1

    Clean-cut Norwegian CD player with a fluid sound and more affordable price, but the competition is tough

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  2. Moon CD3.3

    Moon CD3.3

    Moon's latest CD player continues a fine history of great hi-fi gear from this small, but perfectly formed, Canadian company

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  3. Marantz SA8003 SACD

    Marantz SA8003 SACD

    A mild-mannered player that will please some, but be too polite for others

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  4. Audio Research CD5

    Audio Research CD5

    Once again Audio Research has created a fantastic product that's also great value for the money

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  5. NAD C565BEE

    NAD C565BEE

    NAD's innovative C565BEE appeals for its features, but sonically it’s worried by cheaper alternatives

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  7. Carat C57

    Carat C57

    The C57 stereo amp is the second product we've tested recently from French manufacturer Carat, but we're less than impressed

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  8. Yamaha CD-S700

    Yamaha CD-S700

    The Yamaha CD-S700 CD player is an object of beauty, but there isn’t enough substance to keep you entertained in the long run

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    Available from £349.95
  9. Audio Analogue Rossini VT CDRev 2.0

    Audio Analogue Rossini VT CDRev 2.0

    It’s really a measure of how competitive this sector is when a player that doesn’t do too much wrong brings up the rear in its market sector

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  10. Yamaha CD-S2000

    Yamaha CD-S2000

    A beautiful object, beautifully made – though it’s not without certain aural shortcomings

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  11. NAD C545BEE

    NAD C545BEE

    The NAD C545BEE CD player is an excellent all-rounder that entertains like no other at this price point

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