1. B&O BeoSound 5

    B&O BeoSound 5

    We are deeply impressed with the B&O BeoSound 5: if you can afford it, we envy you

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  2. HD Digitech HDX-1000 1TB

    HD Digitech HDX-1000 1TB

    For the downloaders and rippers out there; this is the media player you’ve been waiting for

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  3. Apple TV 160GB

    Apple TV 160GB

    Sleek, sexy and now with loads of content, the Apple TV is a genuine must-have for iTunes users

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  4. Popcorn Hour A-110 1TB

    Popcorn Hour A-110 1TB

    A ripper and downloader’s delight

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  5. Linn Sneaky Music DS

    Linn Sneaky Music DS

    Linn, one of the bastions of traditional hi-fi, has entered the 21st century with its very own digital media player. And very good it is too

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  7. Linksys DMA2200

    Linksys DMA2200

    This media client's lack of features and poor performance means it falls down at nearly every turn.

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  8. Sooloos Control:One

    Sooloos Control:One

    Yes, the Sooloos music server is incredibly expensive, but it's also incredibly good. We love it, and if you can afford it, you will too

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  9. Philips MCi500H

    Philips MCi500H

    The MCi500H can rip CDs to its 160GB hard disk, links to your wi-fi network for music streaming and internet radio, and delivers a big, bold sound

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  10. Sony Gigajuke

    Sony Gigajuke

    On paper this wireless system seems close to multi-zone perfection, but it’s awkward and underperforming

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  11. Sonos BU150

    Sonos BU150

    We've always been big fans of the Sonos multiroom music system, and this revised version has double the wireless range, and other improvements too

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