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  1. Sky Gnome review

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    The next big thing in TV (after HD, that is) has to be portability - TV on the move and TV around the home.You can get something of the flavour of this with Sky's Gnome: it gives you TV sound to carry about the house

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    Pure DRX-702ES review

    Pure DRX-702ES review

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    Imagination Technologies, the company behind Pure Digital, actually designs and manufactures DAB radio chipsets and its hi-fi DAB tuners have been bagging awards pretty much constantly for the last three years

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    Cambridge Audio Azur 640T review

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    Cambridge's Azur range of components has been hitting a fine mix of performance, style and value and the Azur 640T DAB/FM tuner is no exception. For a penny less than £200 you get a very solidly build hi-fi component that looks twice its price

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    Acoustic Solutions SP111 review

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    At half the price of even the budget Cambridge Azur 640T you wouldn't expect too much from a separate DAB/FM tuner, would you? You wouldn't expect the weighty case, metal fascia with neat textured paint and crystal clear LCD display

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    Sony XDR-S1 review

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    Pure Digital has the credit for fuelling the digital radio revolution, but now everyone's jumping on the bandwagon - Panasonic, Roberts and Philips have all released kitchen sink DAB radios in the last year, and now Sony has joined the throng

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    Pure Digital Elan digital radio review

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    While the name brings to mind short-lived soap Eldorado, or the equallyunappealing international language Esperanto, this radio outclasses both.Despite its handbag looks, it has a sturdy feel

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    Pure Digital Evoke-1XT review

    Pure Digital Evoke-1XT review

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    The Evoke-1 has so far been the UK's best-selling digital radio, and this XT version is PURE's answer to those who criticised the original's sound quality. It's still blessed with a simple interface, classy looks and superb reception

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    Teac SR-L50DAB review

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    Most DAB radios are light and non-offensive units designed to give passable sound in a kitchen or bedroom. Equipped with a CD player, a subwoofer and weighting in at 6kg, this ovalshaped model from Teac is none of the above

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    Sony XDR-S1 review

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    Ignoring 'traditional' kitchen radio style, Sony has produced something that looks completely new for it's first entrant to the crowded DAB radio market. There's more here than a design coup, though

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    Pure Evoke-1 review

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    This latest DAB from Pure may have a real wood veneer, but it looks like something a fourth former has brought home from woodwork class. But the Evoke-1 is extremely functional and will suit a casual kitchen user really well

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    Goodmans 1104 review

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    Slightly different to the rest of the DAB competition, this bedroom-style micro system with standalone speakers from Goodmans keeps things simple. With no FM or other bands, it just mixes the essentials: DAB radio and a CD player

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