1. Tivoli Audio Music System Three+

    Tivoli Audio Music System Three+

    A decent portable device, but the price tag does not reflect the sound - it should be a lot better

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  2. Nocs NS2 v2

    Nocs NS2 v2

    A versatile speaker that sounds good and looks even better

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    Available from £279.99
  3. Chord Hugo

    Chord Hugo

    Best DAC £1000+, Awards 2014. The Hugo delivers hard-to-beat sound quality in an unbelievably small and versatile package

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    Available from £1400
  4. B&W T7

    B&W T7

    Looks good, sounds great – a portable speaker that’s worth paying the premium for

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  5. Rega Elicit-R

    Rega Elicit-R

    Best stereo amplifier £1500+, Awards 2014. A stunning stereo amplifier that delivers a masterclass in detail retrieval and timing

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  7. Bose SoundLink III

    Bose SoundLink III

    Solid build and sound, but that bass and lack of clarity has us looking at alternatives

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  8. Libratone Zipp BT

    Libratone Zipp BT

    Libratone offers a very likeable product that is well worth investing in

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  9. Arcam FMJ A39

    Arcam FMJ A39

    Arcam’s A39 is a powerful, authoritative stereo amplifier, but it needs to pay a little more attention to timing and subtle detail to be the full package

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    Available from £1500
  10. Sony PHA-3AC

    Sony PHA-3AC

    The Sony PHA-3AC is a good product, and is worth an audition, but isn’t the class leader we hoped for

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  11. Gamut D3i/D200i Pre/power amplifier

    Gamut D3i/D200i Pre/power amplifier

    An insightful and honest preamp matched with one of the finest power amplifiers we’ve heard

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