Leema's inseparable, mature-sounding pairing doesn't reach the heights we'd hoped for...
A solid choice at this price, not least if you want a wide connection choice and the option of an integrated DAC
Leema's latest incarnation of its Pulse series is a strong performer, but we're not wild about the looks and the competition is vicious
This revised Antila remains a top-class player for the money, and a fine partner for the Award-winning Tucan II amplifier
The minimalist design of the Leema Stream III looks distinctive, but this CD player can't compete with the best on performance terms
Best phono stage, Awards 2011. We're struggling to think of a better alternative at the money. Superb.
Best stereo amplifier £2000+, Awards 2010. Leema's original Tucana was a great amp, the new, subtly tweaked Mk II version makes a great design even be
Speedy, insightful delivery, but this CD player is let down by lacklustre bass and can lose its cool during tricky musical passages
The Leema’s sound is rich without being sanitised, sparkly but never harsh, and punchy without being hard – a near-perfect player
Attractive set that adds depth and expression although it does miss a step when it comes to the bass