1. 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

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  2. Cambridge Audio Go

    Cambridge Audio Go

    Best wireless speaker up to £150, Awards 2014. Cambridge Audio does it again – this is a fantastic, hugely entertaining portable speaker

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  3. Rega Elex-R

    Rega Elex-R

    Best stereo amplifier £800-£1500, Awards 2014. Rega builds on the strengths of the excellent Brio-R and give us another terrifically musical amplifier

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  4. Roberts Stream 93i

    Roberts Stream 93i

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. A superb-sounding radio/music player with some genuinely useful extras

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  5. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. Lenco L-175

    Lenco L-175

    Good for convenience, but at this price it’s outgunned when it comes to sound

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  11. 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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