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42013 products found
  1. Oppo Sonica DAC

    Oppo Sonica DAC

    Reviewed on 20th June 2017
    Price when reviewed £800

    Impressive features, but price and lacklustre performance disappoint

    £799
  2. McIntosh RS100

    McIntosh RS100

    Reviewed on 19th June 2017
    Price when reviewed £1000

    Being the most affordable McIntosh product you can buy doesn’t automatically make the RS100 a bargain.

  3. Status OB-1

    Status OB-1

    Reviewed on 19th June 2017
    Price when reviewed £70

    Look like headphones twice the price, but sound like the budget pair they are

    $39.99
    £39.99
  4. KEF Q350

    KEF Q350

    Reviewed on 16th June 2017
    Price when reviewed £530

    Stunning clarity and refined detail makes these Q350s a cut above most

  5. Qobuz Sublime+

    Qobuz Sublime+

    Reviewed on 14th June 2017
    Price when reviewed £350

    Price and some sound quality issues mean Qobuz isn’t automatically “the best” music subscription

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  7. Master & Dynamic MA770

    Master & Dynamic MA770

    Reviewed on 14th June 2017

    Some extremely thorough and committed engineering has gone into the MA770, but has it borne fruit? We've been hands on to find out...

  8. Beyerdynamic Byron BTA

    Beyerdynamic Byron BTA

    Reviewed on 14th June 2017
    Price when reviewed £150

    Beyerdynamic's wireless in-ear headphones fire out a punchy, detailed and open sound...

    $198
    £198
  9. Panasonic TX-55EZ952B

    Panasonic TX-55EZ952B

    Reviewed on 13th June 2017
    Price when reviewed £3000

    Panasonic’s most affordable 4K OLED TV is almost perfect...

  10. Elyxr Air

    Elyxr Air

    Reviewed on 13th June 2017
    Price when reviewed £120

    These in-ears are let down by poor wireless reliability and crude sound quality...

    $123.08
    £123.08
  11. Denon AVR-X2400H

    Denon AVR-X2400H

    Reviewed on 12th June 2017
    Price when reviewed £500

    Can Denon’s latest home cinema amp emulate its predecessor’s status as the £500 AV receiver of choice?

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