1. Pro-Ject 2-Xperience 2-Pack

    Pro-Ject 2-Xperience 2-Pack

    It’s an eye-catching, robust-sounding ensemble from Pro-Ject, which just misses out on the full five-star treatment

    0%
    Our rating
  2. Naim Mu-so

    Naim Mu-so

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. A hugely desirable wireless speaker with hi-fi aspirations, the Mu-so is stunning

    93%
    Our rating
  3. Chord Chordette Qute EX

    Chord Chordette Qute EX

    Best DAC £700-£1500, Awards 2014. Chord has achieved some rave reviews for its latest DACs, and the QuteEX is another to add to the list

    0%
    Our rating
  4. Cambridge Audio Aeromax 6

    Cambridge Audio Aeromax 6

    The Aeromax 6s aren’t without ability, but they struggle in some areas

    0%
    Our rating
  5. Eclipse TD-M1

    Eclipse TD-M1

    Serves up some great stereo imaging for the money, but we’d like more refinement

    0%
    Our rating
  6. More after the break

  7. Acoustic Energy 305

    Acoustic Energy 305

    Despite a number of strengths, the AE 305s are not punchy enough

    0%
    Our rating
  8. Cambridge Audio Azur 851D

    Cambridge Audio Azur 851D

    Solid performer for the money, even if it can't scale the heights of the class leaders

    0%
    Our rating
  9. JBL Authentics L16

    JBL Authentics L16

    A multi-talented speaker for both music and movies, but one that needs better balance, timing and dynamics to take pride of place on our shelf

    0%
    Our rating
  10. Roksan Kandy K2 BT

    Roksan Kandy K2 BT

    A delivery packed with power and punch, but some of the heart and soul is missing

    0%
    Our rating
  11. Q Acoustics Concept 40

    Q Acoustics Concept 40

    The Concept 40s build on the brand’s strengths to deliver a wonderfully inviting sound

    0%
    Our rating

Pages