Micro and style systems

Reviews

£ 765

Best CD system £400–£800, Awards 2010. The Arcam Solo Mini is a near-perfect all-in-one system

£ 180

If you're looking specifically for DAB, a CD multichanger and cassette in your micro system (and we suppose some people must be), this is the baby for

£ 140

Not particularly subtle with its big-bass sound, but it performs reasonably well overall, so if you really yearn for a multidisc CD system, this could

£ 140

This Ministry of Sound micro system offers a ridiculous number of features and quite acceptable sound considering the very affordable price

£ 230

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

£ 280

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

£ 800

The Shanling MC-30 is eminently unique and likeable, but the its new price severely dents its performance-per-pound credentials

£ 500

Can connect tunes from your PC via your network, or from its own 80GB built-in hard disk - a good micro system choice for fans of digital music

£ 230

DAB radio, USB and 3.5mm line-in, and a Bluetooth option make this pretty attractive - allied to its big, bouncy sound, Panasonic has built a decent s

£ 1495

High-end audio firm creates a sublime combination of style and substance: great audio and video performance in one sleek, Ferrari-badged box