1. Sony XDR-S10

    Sony XDR-S10

    If retro looks are your thing you'll like this Sony's styling, but we couldn't get on with its congested sound

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  2. Roberts Duologic

    Roberts Duologic

    It's a great listen, is easy to use and looks good too - this Roberts comes recommended

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    Available from £60.99
  3. Dualit DLR-1

    Dualit DLR-1

    There are some good features here, but despite its plus points the DLR-1's sound is wanting

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  4. Monitor Audio Airstream 10

    Monitor Audio Airstream 10

    It might look good and have great technical ability, but the Airsteam 10 lets itself down with poor sound

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  5. Pure Digital Siesta Flow

    Pure Digital Siesta Flow

    It's got a good heritage, but Pure's Siesta Flow just can't cut the mustard at double the price of the Siesta

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  7. Logitech Squeezebox Radio

    Logitech Squeezebox Radio

    Logitech's latest addition into the Squeezebox range is a versatile and easy to use way of getting web-based music and media

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  8. Arcam T32

    Arcam T32

    Best Hi-Fi Tuner, Awards 2010. The Arcam T32 DAB/FM tuner is authoritative and dynamically unflappable – it's radio at its most appealing.

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  9. Pure Digital Avanti Flow internet

    Pure Digital Avanti Flow internet

    Radio Product of the Year, Awards 2010. Talented and likeable, the Avanti Flow is a genuine alternative to a micro system

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  10. Eton P9120

    Eton P9120

    Eton has teamed up with Porsche Design to create this odd-looking luxury DAB/FM radio with iPod dock

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  11. Boston Acoustics Solo XT

    Boston Acoustics Solo XT

    The Solo XT is a simple tabletop DAB/FM radio: solidly built and easy to use, it delivers bags of bass and will easily fill a room with sound

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