1. Roberts Stream 93i

    Roberts Stream 93i

    A superb-sounding radio/music player with some genuinely useful extras

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  2. Denon Envaya

    Denon Envaya

    The Denon kicks out a seriously weighty and powerful sound, but its unruly bass performance spoils the show

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    Available from £169
  3. LH Labs Geek Out

    LH Labs Geek Out

    A good ad for crowd-funded hi-fi; solid but not quite as talented as some rivals

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  4. Pure Digital Evoke D4 with Bluetooth

    Pure Digital Evoke D4 with Bluetooth

    A slightly thick bass sound mars an otherwise decent device – and it falls a little between two stools

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  5. Fatman MI-Tube 2

    Fatman MI-Tube 2

    If you’re looking for a budget stereo amplifier with a distinct twist, the Fatman could be worth a listen

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  7. Sony SRS-X3

    Sony SRS-X3

    Big, bassy and beautiful, but its tonal balance won’t be for everyone

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  8. Jawbone Mini Jambox

    Jawbone Mini Jambox

    A super-stylish speaker that needs to do much more in the performance department to impress

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  9. Ultimate Ears Boom

    Ultimate Ears Boom

    It looks fun, it sounds exciting, and there are plenty of nifty features to play around with. This is a great little speaker

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  10. Pioneer S-CN301-LR

    Pioneer S-CN301-LR

    Polished, insightful performers committed to revealing your music

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  11. Roth OLi RA2

    Roth OLi RA2

    An adrenalin junkie that bounces off the walls, but its one-track mind is an obstacle to a whole-hearted approval

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