1. Bluesound Node

    Bluesound Node

    Best streamer up to £600, Awards 2014. An all-round beauty, from sound to features to design. And it won’t break the bank

    100%
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  2. Technics ST-C700

    Technics ST-C700

    There’s plenty to like about this well-featured Technics streamer, but not quite enough to win us over

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  3. Apple TV (2014)

    Apple TV (2014)

    The ideal streaming partner for Apple users, but not much choice for anybody else

    60%
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  4. Pioneer N-50A

    Pioneer N-50A

    Best streamer under £500, Awards 2015. A superstar, improved. Pioneer has done it again

    100%
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  5. Naim UnitiQute 2

    Naim UnitiQute 2

    Best music system £800-£1500, Awards 2015. An authentic hi-fi streamer, and a pretty compelling way to spend £1150 – and now updated for 2015.

    100%
    Our rating
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  7. Cambridge Audio Stream Magic 6 V2

    Cambridge Audio Stream Magic 6 V2

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. The best at this price made better – the Stream Magic 6 V2’s added functionality makes this a better proposition than ever

    65%
    Our rating
  8. Wuaki. tv

    Wuaki. tv

    A poor video streaming service with few redeeming qualities

    0%
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  9. Knowhow Movies

    Knowhow Movies

    Limited and over-priced; a service unprepared for the stiff competition

    0%
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  10. Netflix

    Netflix

    Best video subscription service, Awards 2015. As complete a video streaming service you can get

    0%
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  11. Google Play

    Google Play

    Best video on-demand service, Awards 2014. An excellent on-demand video service that gets all the essentials right

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