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Despite just an 11-watt output this gorgeous, retro integrated tube amp is easy to love says our very own ‘golden ears’ Jimmy Hughes
Richard Black discovers an exciting and unique proposition - a high-resolution portable player/recorder with upsampling and a built-in DAC
Danish-made with in-house drive units, the DM3/7 is one of a dying breed of well-priced 'homemade' speakers says Paul Messenger
Exclusive! Can Naim's new high-performance streamer improve on the standard of its own CD players? Malcolm Stewart gives the answer...
Get ready - Onkyo is back in 'serious' hi-fi after a 20-year gap and HFC's Ed Selley reckons this new pre/power is a real tour de force
Primare's beautifully built, full-width phono stage is the perfect partner for serious vinyl systems says analogue addict Jason Kennedy
High-performance speakers needn't cost the earth - Ed Selley listens in on the latest evolution of the popular Monitor Audio Bronze Series
With Magic Racks your hi-fi literally floats on rubber bands and as Richard Black discovers, it provides a unique way to isolate your system.
A noisy mains supply can ruin the sound of your hi-fi says Jimmy Hughes, as he discovers the latest technology from Isol-8's SubStations
Can a humble cartridge-maker craft the perfect phono stage? Dynavector's radical P-75 looks to invigorate Jason Kennedy's LP collection
Shure's flagship SE535 is the closest you can get to a good hi-fi system on the go. Dan George marvels at the triple drivers making it happen
Cleanliness is next to fidelity when it comes to vinyl, but where on earth did this device get its name? Jason Kennedy scrubs his grooves
Italian stalwart Monrio has a refreshingly honest design philosophy when it comes to hi-fi. Jason Kennedy gets passionate about the stylish TL 2
Emille brings modern, digital inputs to old-fashioned valves in its most affordable amplifier ever as Ed Selley finds his top pick of 2011 so far
Jimmy Hughes auditions newcomer Cayin and its retro-inspired pre/power that's giving the high- end establishment a run for its money
A music file player that doesn’t stream, what's going on? Jason Kennedy examines the first in a new breed of transports
Linn's new Akurate system with digital streaming promises superb sound and a slick user interface. Has CD finally met its Waterloo, asks Jimmy Hughes?
Audiovector's 'upgradable' speakers can be improved when funds allow. Paul Messenger investigates a unique proposition from Denmark
Arcam has distilled its audio expertise into a compact iPod system - the rCube. Richard Black asks if this is the ideal office/kitchen set-up?
This substantial model is a genuine three-way, due to its special proprietary co-axial driver
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