Denon D-M40DAB, Cambridge Audio Minx Xi, Naim UnitiQute 2, Cyrus Streamline 2, Cyrus Lyric 09 and Ruark R2 Mk3 are some of the most popular and best rated hi-fi systems. They have all been tested by experts with great results and they offer different features at various price ranges.
Denon created the D-M40DAB, which won a 2015 Product of the Year Award. The downside is that there is no Bluetooth or any new wireless features on the device. However, a good amount of detail and dynamics, nicely balanced and simple use are some of the benefits, along with the very competitive price.
Cambridge Audio Minx Xi is an all-in-one streaming system from Cambridge Audio. Versatile features, such as BBC iPlayer Radio pre-loaded, Wi-Fi and digital and analogue connections, along with the ability to drive a wide range of speakers, are offered by this system. It has a 24-bit/96kHz resolution limit, but the benefits include great sound, strong dynamics, aptX Bluetooth ability and strong on-board DAC.
Naim UnitiQute 2 is a modern streaming system with roots firmly in hi-fi, offering sophisticated performance in every way. The device is capable of driving all sorts of speakers and getting the best out of them, it's intuitive to use, and received a 2015 update.
Ruark R2 Mk3 is an all-in-one system. Packed with extensive radio, network and streaming features, it's a versatile system with spacious, rich and dynamic performance. This system offers many benefits, including excellent sound quality, impressive timing, exciting dynamics, ease to use and extensive streaming features.