1. Sony NWZ-A15

    Sony NWZ-A15

    Sony continued its push for high-resolution audio at IFA 2014 with the unveiling of its NWZ-A15 Walkman and we've been able to spend some quality time with the company's new arrival...

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  2. 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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  3. Sony NWZ-F805

    Sony NWZ-F805

    If you don’t want the expense of a smartphone or need a more portable alternative – the latest Walkman is a winner

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  4. Apple iPod nano (7th gen)

    Apple iPod nano (7th gen)

    If you want a simple music player, this one’s a small wonder

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  5. Cowon Z2

    Cowon Z2

    A great music player with good sound and flexible storage

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    Available from £189
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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. Creative Ziio 10

    Creative Ziio 10

    Running an older version of Android, the Creative Ziio 10 feels outdated and as a tablet is an underwhelming experience

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  9. Cowon X7

    Cowon X7

    In its X7, Cowon has produced a video player with the ability to rival Apple's finest. It's easy to use, looks good and sounds superb

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  10. Philips GoGear Muse 16GB

    Philips GoGear Muse 16GB

    In terms of performance this Philips is perfectly adequate, but there are much better choices out there – without even including Apple

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  11. Apple iPod Nano (4G)

    Apple iPod Nano (4G)

    The new Apple nano is an improvement on the old in some ways, but it's not the all-rounder that we'd like it to be

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