1. NAD C565BEE

    NAD C565BEE

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

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  2. 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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  3. 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 £419.04
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  4. 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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  5. Yamaha CD-S2000

    Yamaha CD-S2000

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

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  7. 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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  8. Arcam CD37

    Arcam CD37

    Capable and covetable, the CD37 looks and sounds like a premium product from the start

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  9. 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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  10. Consonance Reference CD2.2

    Consonance Reference CD2.2

    Visually and sonically the Consonance is not without charm, but it’s short on tact and can prove wearying after a while

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  11. Yamaha CD-S1000

    Yamaha CD-S1000

    Big, bold and to many ears we suspect beautiful, it’s very deserving of some serious consideration

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