1. Pathos Converto

    Pathos Converto

    The design of this Pathos DAC may be missing a few frills but the sound doesn't want for detail or weight

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  2. Optoma NuForce DDA-120

    Optoma NuForce DDA-120

    A neat-looking package, but can the Optoma compete with its closest rivals in the sound department?

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  3. Cambridge Audio CXA60

    Cambridge Audio CXA60

    If you want to take your budget hi-fi system to another level, the CXA60 is a great option...

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  4. Wharfedale Diamond 230

    Wharfedale Diamond 230

    They’ve lost a star, but the Wharfedales are still speakers to be reckoned with

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    Available from £499
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  5. Q Acoustics 3050

    Q Acoustics 3050

    The 3050s are so talented, they can give speakers closer to £1000 a real run for their money - a brilliant pair of budget floorstanders...

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  7. Audiolab M-DAC

    Audiolab M-DAC

    Best DAC £500-£700, Awards 2014. Effortlessly talented and enjoyable, the M-DAC is still the best product of its kind

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    Available from £599
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  8. Pioneer U-05

    Pioneer U-05

    There's a lot to like about this retro-looking DAC and headphone amp combo...

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  9. Cabasse MT32 Antigua

    Cabasse MT32 Antigua

    The MT32 Antiguas deliver a rich, open sound, but is it enough to trouble the very best at this pricepoint?

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  10. Tannoy Revolution XT 6

    Tannoy Revolution XT 6

    The XT 6s are part of Tannoy's revamped Revolution range - can they deliver the goods?

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    Available from £599
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  11. Creative Sound Blaster X7

    Creative Sound Blaster X7

    The Sound Blaster promises much but fails to shine. It’s a decent performer but is easily bettered by the likes of NAD’s D3020

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