1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Technics SU-C700

    Technics SU-C700

    It looks the part, but the SU-C700 is easily outclassed at this price. This is not the Technics comeback we had hoped for

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  4. Elipson Planet LW Bridge system

    Elipson Planet LW Bridge system

    This Elipson Planet LW package has much to commend it. It looks great, it's wireless and and it sounds pretty decent too

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  5. B&W CM6 S2

    B&W CM6 S2

    The CM6 S2s produce a regimented, tightly-controlled sound but lack the freedom of expression of the class-leaders

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  7. ELAC FS 147

    ELAC FS 147

    A fun set of speakers if you’re after outright entertainment over analysis

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  8. Neat Motive SX2

    Neat Motive SX2

    If you don’t have much space, these should be on your shortlist

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  9. Fostex HP-A8

    Fostex HP-A8

    The A8 is a passable piece of kit with some neat flourishes, but it fails to really inspire

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  10. B&W 683 S2

    B&W 683 S2

    Best floorstander £600-£1200, Awards 2014. A very strong and versatile performance; another winner for B&W

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    Available from £1149
  11. Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    A good proposition; worth a look

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