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214 products found
  1. Bryston BCD-1

    Bryston BCD-1

    Reviewed on 17th March 2008
    Price when reviewed £2550

    The Bryston makes a strong case with both its ability to involve the listener and its versatility with music

  2. Moon CD-1

    Moon CD-1

    Reviewed on 18th February 2008
    Price when reviewed £1600

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

  3. Plinius CD-101

    Plinius CD-101

    Reviewed on 28th January 2008
    Price when reviewed £4101

    This Plinius CD player/amplifier is pretty much unbeatable for the money. Dynamic, punchy and enthusiastic – this gets to the heart of the music

  4. Pathos Digit

    Pathos Digit

    Reviewed on 4th January 2008
    Price when reviewed £1995

    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

  5. NAD C515BEE

    NAD C515BEE

    Reviewed on 3rd January 2008
    Price when reviewed £230

    The NAD fights its corner convincingly: robust build, disciplined soundstage and stunning levels of depths. But it needs to learn to cut loose occasio

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  7. Classe CDP-102

    Classe CDP-102

    Reviewed on 8th November 2007
    Price when reviewed £2950

    This is a very capable high-end CD player that need fear no rival. Add in excellent build, elegant styling and new-age usability – and it’s a must-aud

  8. Cairn Fog 3

    Cairn Fog 3

    Reviewed on 8th November 2007
    Price when reviewed £1995

    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

  9. Cambridge Audio Azur 340C

    Cambridge Audio Azur 340C

    Reviewed on 15th October 2007
    Price when reviewed £150

    The Azur 340C's energetic delivery is one of its strengths, though it can go OTT at times, losing some detail in the process

  10. Rega Apollo

    Rega Apollo

    Reviewed on 20th September 2007
    Price when reviewed £475

    With more style, sharpness and sense of timing than James Bond, the Rega Apollo has it all to give

  11. Leema Antila

    Leema Antila

    Reviewed on 20th September 2007
    Price when reviewed £2495

    The Leema’s sound is rich without being sanitised, sparkly but never harsh, and punchy without being hard – a near-perfect player

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