1. TEAC CR-H258i

    TEAC CR-H258i

    The TEAC CR-H258i is a fine affordable micro - it performs enthusiastically from all its sources

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  2. TEAC CR-H500DNT

    TEAC CR-H500DNT

    Aside from being a touch mild-mannered, this is an excellent micro – and it looks good to boot

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  3. TEAC Reference 600

    TEAC Reference 600

    There was a gap between the micro system and 'proper' hi-fi separates – consider it filled by the excellent Reference 600

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  4. TEAC Reference 380

    TEAC Reference 380

    It looks and feels great, but sadly it's the sound that lets the side down

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  5. TEAC MC-DX220IDAB

    TEAC MC-DX220IDAB

    Flat panel speakers, plus a subwoofer makes for something a bit different from TEAC - the sound is acceptably good without blowing you out of the wate

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  7. TEAC CR-H257i (inc iPod dock)

    TEAC CR-H257i (inc iPod dock)

    A most competent micro system, with added iPod-friendliness to its make-up, but it doesn't do justice to dance music and similarly driving genres

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  8. TEAC DR-H300DAB

    TEAC DR-H300DAB

    Unlike most micro systems we encounter, this TEAC is DVD-ready, but even with video piped via its HDMI it lacks something in picture quality terms

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