1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Nakamichi Dragon Lily

    Nakamichi Dragon Lily

    A love-it-or-hate-it design with a performance that is just about okay

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  4. Pathos Lògos Mk II

    Pathos Lògos Mk II

    This is a case of having your cake and eating it. Combines aesthetics and great sound

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  5. Cambridge Audio Aeromax 6

    Cambridge Audio Aeromax 6

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

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  7. Monitor Audio Airstream S300

    Monitor Audio Airstream S300

    The compatibility issue is annoying, but there’s no denying this speaker five stars

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  8. Yamaha CD-S3000

    Yamaha CD-S3000

    A beautifully engineered player – and a refined and insightful performer too

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  9. Pro-Ject Debut Carbon

    Pro-Ject Debut Carbon

    This Debut remains a seriously tempting proposition

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  10. Dali Rubicon 2

    Dali Rubicon 2

    Blessed with breathtaking speed and agility, the Rubicon 2s are seriously entertaining

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    Available from £819
  11. Bluesound Powernode

    Bluesound Powernode

    Multi-room has finally come to hi-fi, and it’s been worth the wait for something this good

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