1. Arcam CD37

    Arcam CD37

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

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    Available from £1200
  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. 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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  4. Roksan Kandy K2

    Roksan Kandy K2

    If you want a player that will find the fun in any recording, the Roksan K2 is the one

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    Available from £222
  5. 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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  7. Wadia 581ISE

    Wadia 581ISE

    A breathtaking CD/SACD player – with an equally breathtaking price tag. As authoritative and cohesive a sound as you will hear

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  8. Cyrus CD 8 SE

    Cyrus CD 8 SE

    The clang the gauntlet made when the CD8se threw it down is still resonating

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  9. Classe CDP-202

    Classe CDP-202

    Does everything a £5000 CD player should, and with some panache

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  10. Marantz SA-11S2

    Marantz SA-11S2

    Thoroughly likeable in most ways and admirable in some, but a lack of bottom-end rigour hampers the big Marantz

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  11. 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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