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  1. Pioneer A-50DA

    Pioneer A-50DA

    Reviewed on 2nd August 2016
    Price when reviewed £700

    Stylish looks and a smooth performance make this stereo amp a contender

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  2. Pioneer U-05

    Pioneer U-05

    Reviewed on 4th May 2015
    Price when reviewed £700

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

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    £589
  3. Pioneer S-CN301-LR

    Pioneer S-CN301-LR

    Reviewed on 4th April 2014
    Price when reviewed £200

    Polished, insightful performers committed to revealing your music

  4. Pioneer PD-50

    Pioneer PD-50

    Reviewed on 31st July 2013
    Price when reviewed £500

    Well worth considering if the features appeal, but the PD-50 doesn’t engage as it should

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    £429
  5. Pioneer A-70

    Pioneer A-70

    Reviewed on 16th March 2013
    Price when reviewed £800

    Excels in many areas, even if its sound falls short of class-leading

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  7. Pioneer XW-SMA4

    Pioneer XW-SMA4

    Reviewed on 30th November 2012
    Price when reviewed £350

    Feature-packed, room-filling sound with a bit too much bass

  8. Pioneer XW-SMA3-K

    Pioneer XW-SMA3-K

    Reviewed on 1st November 2012
    Price when reviewed £300

    Portable, network-savvy and easy to use, but it needs more entertainment value

  9. Pioneer NAS5

    Pioneer NAS5

    Reviewed on 13th October 2010
    Price when reviewed £350

    This Pioneer dock certainly looks intriguing on paper, but in use it's just too polite for us

  10. Pioneer A-A9-J

    Pioneer A-A9-J

    Reviewed on 25th June 2007
    Price when reviewed £700

    Specification and design impressive apart from the remote), but perhaps lacking substance at this price point?

  11. Pioneer PD-D6-J

    Pioneer PD-D6-J

    Reviewed on 20th April 2007
    Price when reviewed £350

    Stereo imaging and focus are the Pioneer’s strengths – so despite a few shortcomings (overly polite sound) this is still a stunning performer

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