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Dynaudio is one of very few overseas brands to become properly established in the UK
This baby model in Monitor Audio’s gorgeous Platinum 'flagship' range features a ribbon tweeter
This very compact and exquisitely presented stand-mount has a thoroughly unconventional multi-tweeter
This speaker might look old-fashioned, but that's really the whole point of Spendor’s Classic range
A very pretty and compact variation on Tannoy’s timeless Dual Concentric theme
From Germany's number one speaker brand, this Canton standmount, as Paul Messenger confirms, boasts some high-class credentials
A favourite among the blind-listening panel in terms of its performance, the Arcam A38 is a solid all-rounder
The Destiny 2 is a worthy contender in the upmarket stakes and a sublime performer to boot
With its excellent credentials, the shoebox-sized 8xpd is an amplifier to contend with
With its tuneful performance and natural detail, the Caspian M2 is lined up to be the perfect hi-fi partner
From a brand with a long pedigree, the Mystro could well be the answer to all your amplifier needs
With its proprietary interface and stylish controls, the Pulse III is the next phase in Leema's enviable amp range
Rotel has consolidated its hi-fi know-how into just one £1,200 box, adding streaming for that 21st century touch. Richard Black investigates
Jason Kennedy looks at the matching 50-watt integrated for our favourite CD player of 2010. Can Resolution Audio shine with its amps, too?
PURE's ground-breaking £80 digital iPod dock brings hi-fi sound to Apple devices for pin money. Ed Selley plugs in 2011's super transport
Michell has built just 99 examples of what might prove to be the best ever Gyro. Jason Kennedy unravels the story of the cool-blue SEduction
Richard Black discovers a neat little DAC from Furutech which doubles up as a phono stage and A/D convertor, too - enter the GT40
Malcolm Steward assesses a Rega-based turntable from Edwards Audio, a new outfit from the Talk Electronics stable
With a sleek line of in-ear earphones, US giant Klipsch is finding favour with discerning mobile music fans. Dan George plugs in
Dynavector has added two new moving coils to its small, but well formed range. Jason Kennedy finds out what they can do for your vinyl
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