1. Evolve LifeStation

    Evolve LifeStation

    One of the first media centre PCs to really grab our attention, this classy and capable Evolve looks set to have a bright future

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  2. Slingbox PRO-HD

    Slingbox PRO-HD

    The lack of HDMI for this Slingbox limits its usefulness, and makes it firmly a last-generation product

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  3. Olive O3HD

    Olive O3HD

    In terms of value for money, the Olive O3HD is hard to beat

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  4. Raumfeld 3Raumfeld

    Raumfeld 3Raumfeld

    Aiming straight at Sonos, this Raumfeld system is accomplished and high-flying, with great usability and sound to boot

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  5. Marantz NA7004

    Marantz NA7004

    Now much better value, dynamic sound, includes AirPlay

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  7. Naim UnitiQute

    Naim UnitiQute

    Systems Product of the Year, Awards 2010. The UnitiQute from Naim can deliver big sound from a variety of sources including the internet

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    Available from £1195
  8. Philips MCI900

    Philips MCI900

    The Philips MCI900 may have striking looks but the musical delivery is unforgivably bland and soft

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  9. Loewe Individual Mediacentre DR+

    Loewe Individual Mediacentre DR+

    Loewe has finally taken the plunge into the world of high-end media systems with this beauty. It's not perfect, although it's reassuringly free of fus

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  10. Logitech Squeezebox Touch

    Logitech Squeezebox Touch

    Following hard on the heels of the nifty Squeezebox Duet, Logitech's Squeezebox Touch is a neat way to create a multiroom system

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  11. Popcorn C-200

    Popcorn C-200

    This box of tricks offers fantastic value for rip and download enthusiasts

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