1. iBasso DX50

    iBasso DX50

    Enjoyable and affordable way to listen to hi-res audio, but not the last word in sound quality and barely the first in ergonomics

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  2. FiiO X5

    FiiO X5

    The X5 is quite a good thing, but there’s too much of it

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  3. Astell & Kern AK100 Mk II

    Astell & Kern AK100 Mk II

    A seriously talented performer that has a few design issues

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  4. Sandisk Sansa Clip+ 8GB

    Sandisk Sansa Clip+ 8GB

    Sounds solid, and is a worthy Apple alternative

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  5. Apple iPod Shuffle 2GB

    Apple iPod Shuffle 2GB

    The iPod Shuffle keeps it simple – and it’s brilliantly effective

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  7. Apple iPod Nano 8GB

    Apple iPod Nano 8GB

    Ultra-portable, sounds superb but still a tad pricey

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  8. Samsung Tic Toc 4GB

    Samsung Tic Toc 4GB

    Comes in a choice of colours and has shake controls, but sound quality puts us off

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  9. Apple iPod Shuffle (4G)

    Apple iPod Shuffle (4G)

    Apple's Shuffle is back in a user-friendly format that marks a return to form from the unsuccessful third generation player

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  10. Philips GoGear Spark SA2940

    Philips GoGear Spark SA2940

    You'll get an impressive amount of bass weight from the Philips GoGear Spark SA2940, but the overall sound needs to be more refined and subtle

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  11. SanDisk Sansa Clip

    SanDisk Sansa Clip

    The SanDisk Sansa Clip is an intuitive little device that doesn't sound too shrill or tinny

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