4 stars? How dare you!
I loaned the Onkyo NDS1 and it sounded ok but the remote is rubbish.
The Cambridge sounds a lot better and the remote has a menu button on (unlike onkyo) which mean much better navigation.
By the way I used to hate Cambridge audio as cheap tat. Not any more.
Humble pie scoffing methinks.
come on, what is goin on in this country? Cambridge Audio's ID100 is not
available in silver, Onkyo's great looking dock ND-S1000 is on sale in
Japan only and also Luxman's D-100R ipod dock is not available
anywhere in Europe.
Hello, it's a 21st century!
See, why can't Robert Peston put his finger on the true signs of our economic woes like that?
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You might suffer a few app grumbles but you won’t get better-sounding streaming anywhere else
Not so very far from the last word in external digital-to-analogue converters
The gorgeous retro design is hard to resist, but the TEAC fails to deliver an engaging and musical performance at this price
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