1. Arcam r-Dock

    Arcam r-Dock

    A very classy aluminium iPod dock from Arcam with excellent dynamics and resolution, plus intelligent charging system

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  2. Logitech mm50

    Logitech mm50

    The mm50 impressed us enormously when it first came out, and despite being superseded by the Pure-Fi Anywhere, it's still worth looking for a bargain

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  3. Vivanco CHS 5500

    Vivanco CHS 5500

    Child's play to use as well as being a pocket money price

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  4. Intempo RDI

    Intempo RDI

    This smart-looking system packs DAB and FM radio, but sadly its sonic performance doesn't fully live up to its spec

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  5. Roth Music Cocoon MC4

    Roth Music Cocoon MC4

    Ignore the fact that at loud volumes you can fry eggs on the casing (okay, not quite), and you realise this is actually a superb-sounding, if quirky a

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  7. Hercules XPS Lounge 2.1

    Hercules XPS Lounge 2.1

    It is pretty astonishing what you can get in the iPod world for only forty quid, though you can certainly get better sound if you'll spend a little bi

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  8. Fatman iTube Carbon with speakers

    Fatman iTube Carbon with speakers

    Changes to specification and price make the latest version of the Carbon a big fat bargain

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  9. Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere 2

    Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere 2

    The Logitech Pure-Fi Anytwhere 2 is still a comfortable class-leader and now it’s iPhone friendly, too. A superb buy

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  10. KEF Picoforte Three

    KEF Picoforte Three

    Superbly made, but this system clearly needs the added presence of a subwoofer – consider additional investment in this area essential

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  11. Audioengine A5

    Audioengine A5

    Audioengine A5 active desktop speakers are composed and staunchly musical. Just add an MP3 player – though they work best with stands – and you'll

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