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164 products found
  1. Bryston BDP-1

    Bryston BDP-1

    Reviewed on 6th June 2011
    Price when reviewed £2350

    Paired with its BDA-1 DAC sibling, Bryston's BDP-1 music client is a formidable hi-fi media player

  2. Meridian Sooloos Control 15

    Meridian Sooloos Control 15

    Reviewed on 6th June 2011
    Price when reviewed £4750

    Other music servers can rival the Control 15's sound quality, but nothing, at any price, gets close to its extraordinary usability

  3. Cyrus Streamline

    Cyrus Streamline

    Reviewed on 31st May 2011
    Price when reviewed £1600

    Cyrus's first music streamer works wonders with digital music collections

  4. LG ST600

    LG ST600

    Reviewed on 24th May 2011
    Price when reviewed £130

    The dinky LG ST600 streamer box is a media Tardis

  5. Western Digital WDTV Live

    Western Digital WDTV Live

    Reviewed on 3rd May 2011
    Price when reviewed £190

    Pedestrian audio aside, this sleek device offers a great way to store and stream your content

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  7. Rotel RT-09

    Rotel RT-09

    Reviewed on 22nd March 2011
    Price when reviewed £650

    The Rotel RT-09 network music client is a stylish jack of all trades

  8. Yamaha NP-S2000

    Yamaha NP-S2000

    Reviewed on 12th March 2011
    Price when reviewed £1429

    The Yamaha NP-S2000 is a no-frills music streaming/internet client that needs a high-end system to do it justice

  9. Lacie LaCinema Mini HD

    Lacie LaCinema Mini HD

    Reviewed on 7th February 2011
    Price when reviewed £180

    The lack of on-demand stuff severely limits the usefulness of this LaCie device, although it's still a perfectly good streamer

  10. Sony SMP-N100

    Sony SMP-N100

    Reviewed on 7th February 2011
    Price when reviewed £120

    Sony's first stab at the music server market is a worthy contender to go head-to-head with Apple's TV

  11. D-Link Boxee Box

    D-Link Boxee Box

    Reviewed on 1st February 2011
    Price when reviewed £150

    If you know your stuff, the Boxee may be for you – but this is no device for novices

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