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Marantz NA-11S1 (£3500)

Marantz NA-11S1 (£3500)

Marantz's new NA-11S1 has a plethora of facilities and its subtle, smooth and intricately detailed sound sets an enviable standard

MBL 1511F (£7920)

MBL 1511F (£7920)

MBL's 1511F DAC's ability to paint spookily realistic images out of silence is fabulous, while its build quality shows carefully considered engineering both inside and out

Metrum Acoustics HEX (£2660)

Metrum Acoustics HEX (£2660)

The HEX shines with 96kHz media and is stunning with 192kHz material. Great value and a 'must-hear' DAC for the high-res enthusiast.

Musical Fidelity M6 (£2000)

Musical Fidelity M6 (£2000)

The M6 DAC is great for hi-res, while the convenience of Bluetooth will be appreciated by anyone who carries music around in a portable device

Audio Research Reference DAC (£14,000)

Audio Research Reference DAC (£14,000)

Recordings pushed into the DAC's USB and S/PDIF inputs sound enchanting, providing an open listening window for the high-end audiophile

Metronome T3A Signature (£8800)

Metronome T3A Signature (£8800)

The T3A Signature is exceptionally well made and delivers fabulous sound quality

Cambridge Audio Azur 752BD (£800)

Cambridge Audio Azur 752BD (£800)

The 752BD boasts a feast of features and top-flight video performance, while the sound has an even-handed balance and spirited presentation

Oppo BDP-105EU (£999)

Oppo BDP-105EU (£999)

The BDP-105EU delivers breath-taking clarity and detailing the like of which many high-end CD players will struggle to achieve

Metronome T3A Signature (£8800)

Metronome T3A Signature (£8800)

The T3A Signature is exceptionally well made and delivers fabulous sound quality

Accuphase DP-510 (£6000)

Accuphase DP-510 (£6000)

The DP-510 sounds excellent, its great virtues being smoothness, balance and consistent listenability

Audio Research Reference CD9 (£11,995)

Audio Research Reference CD9 (£11,995)

Regardless of parameter (textures, space, attack, neutrality) the REF CD9 truly excels

van den Hul The Crimson (£3850)

van den Hul The Crimson (£3850)

Van den Hul's The Crimson is a dazzling performer no matter what music you play

Audio Research LP1 (£1990)

Audio Research LP1 (£1990)

The affordable LP1 renders music in a highly believable, natural way

Canor TP306 VR+ (£2750)

Canor TP306 VR+ (£2750)

The Canor TP306 VR+ can make most solid-state phono amps sound a little cool and almost impersonal

Tron Seven Phono GT (£9950)

Tron Seven Phono GT (£9950)

The Tron Seven combines superb design, magnificent build quality and high quality components

Aurorasound VIDA (£2700)

Aurorasound VIDA (£2700)

This Japanese slice of analogue exotica is artfully engineered to give an incisive and detailed sound

Lyra Delos (£900)

Lyra Delos (£900)

Technically brilliant and musically accomplished, the Lyra Delos does everything you could reasonably expect of it, and more

Linn Kandid (£2960)

Linn Kandid (£2960)

The new Kandid betters Linn's Akiva across the board, bringing greater insight and grip while improving still further on its musicality

Euro Audio Team E-Go (£6300)

Euro Audio Team E-Go (£6300)

EAT's version of the Graham tonearm is as genuinely a 'high-end' purchase as one could make, bristling with clever details and sounding gorgeous

TechDAS Air Force One (£75,000)

TechDAS Air Force One (£75,000)

Irrespective of arm or cartridge used, the Air Force One is a peerless platform for vinyl

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