This TEAC desktop DAC looks promising on paper, but there's no shortage of rivals at the money...
The gorgeous retro design is hard to resist, but the TEAC fails to deliver an engaging and musical performance at this price
It's been a long time since we looked at a tuner separate but unfortunately the TEAC T-R650DAB struggled to inspire us
This retro-styled amp from TEAC might look the business, but we found it wanting against its competition in this class
There was a gap between the micro system and 'proper' hi-fi separates – consider it filled by the excellent Reference 600
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
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
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