1. Xbox Music Pass

    Xbox Music Pass

    With so many drawbacks, even its cheaper price can’t help it

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  2. Google Play Music All Access

    Google Play Music All Access

    Getting a big thumbs-up for music quality, but we’d like more in other key areas

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  3. Pure Connect

    Pure Connect

    Much to admire, especially for tablet-using fans of live radio

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  4. Sony Music Unlimited

    Sony Music Unlimited

    A promising service from Sony, let down by its offline playback quality

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  5. Cocktail Audio X30

    Cocktail Audio X30

    This versatile all-in-one solution has plenty of features to root for, but sound quality isn’t one of them

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    Available from £672.3
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  7. QED uPlay Stream

    QED uPlay Stream

    Making music streaming possible at a much lower price than ever before, this handy little device boasts a decent sound and good features

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  8. Pixel Magic Lumin

    Pixel Magic Lumin

    The Lumin is a fine player that leads the field in terms of file compatibility

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  9. Cambridge Audio Minx Xi

    Cambridge Audio Minx Xi

    Best music system £400-£800, Awards 2015. Overall this is a terrific streaming system. It’s more than good enough to give Marantz’s Melody Media M-CR610 a real fright when it comes to sound

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  10. Sony HAP-Z1ES

    Sony HAP-Z1ES

    Sony’s ventured into high-definition audio territory with impressive results - the HAP-Z1ES is a smartly designed, superb sounding piece of kit

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  11. Cabasse Stream 3

    Cabasse Stream 3

    The Stream 3 is almost there. The hardware is great; the app needs development

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