Audio Streamers

Astell & Kern AK Jr
REVIEW

Astell & Kern AK Jr

The Astell & Kern AK Jr marries classic design with class-leading sound, making it one of the best high-res players for the money.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 30 July 2015
Sonos Play 3
REVIEW

Sonos Play 3

The cheapest Sonos speaker yet, the Play:3, is as easy to use and as versatile as we'd expect. But, if you can lay down a few more notes, the Sonos Play 5 is worth the upgrade.

4 stars Editors' rating on 19 September 2011
PURE Digital Sensia
REVIEW

PURE Digital Sensia

PURE Digital has won the match with this rugby ball-shaped radio. Its large screen lets you to quickly navigate FM, DAB and online stations and, while listening, view broadcaster slideshows, check the weather or post to Twitter. The interface is a little slow at times, but that should improve with software updates

4 stars Editors' rating on 10 December 2009
2.6 stars User rating out of 6 votes
PURE Digital Siesta Flow
REVIEW

PURE Digital Siesta Flow

PURE Digital's growing line-up of Internet-connected radios has another star, in the form of the slimline Siesta Flow. Allowing you to wake up to news from right around the world, or to the sound of African pygmies playing the nasal flute, or whatever else floats your musical boat, the Siesta Flow makes early mornings less painful

4 stars Editors' rating on 25 November 2009
Logitech Squeezebox Radio
REVIEW

Logitech Squeezebox Radio

The Logitech Squeezebox Radio's combination of great looks, good sound quality and a stunning range of features means it's among the best Internet-radio streamers that money can buy. We've no hesitation in recommending it

4.5 stars Editors' rating on 5 November 2009
4.5 stars User rating out of 1 vote
PURE Digital Evoke Flow
REVIEW

PURE Digital Evoke Flow

The PURE Digital Evoke Flow makes listening to online radio easy, and it looks good, too. By integrating a search engine and supplementing the Evoke Flow with an online portal, PURE has delivered the iPod of Web-connected radios. It's a device that makes online radio not only usable, but accessible and fun. We highly recommended it

5 stars Editors' rating on 25 September 2009
2.3 stars User rating out of 5 votes
Sonos BU150
REVIEW

Sonos BU150

With superb sound quality, ridiculously simple setup and a wealth of features to make almost every other streamer bow its head, the Sonos BU150 system excels. It comprises of a ZonePlayer 120 (ZP120), a ZonePlayer 90 (ZP90) and a Sonos Controller, and puts your PC's entire music catalogue -- plus the entire Napster library of 6 million songs -- in any room of your house. Not bad, eh?

5 stars Editors' rating on 22 October 2008
Philips Streamium WACS7500
REVIEW

Philips Streamium WACS7500

A system with great potential but severely let down by poor codec support and extremely slow CD ripping and network performance. That said, it's unique in its abilities as a complete package and if you want a one-stop networked audio solution for multiple rooms, you're certain to overlook the negative aspects of the system

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 9 April 2008
1 star User rating out of 2 votes
Revo Blik RadioStation
REVIEW

Revo Blik RadioStation

Managing to combine DAB, FM and Internet radio in an attractive, compact and above all affordable package is no mean feat, but Revo has pulled it off with the Blik RadioStation. While the sound quality might not match the finest systems DAB has to offer, we feel most people will be more than happy with it

4 stars Editors' rating on 13 March 2008
1 star User rating out of 2 votes

Typical price: £150.00

Tangent Quattro MKII
REVIEW

Tangent Quattro MKII

A decent tabletop Internet radio with a neat design, plenty of features and good sound quality. Integration with the Reciva Web site makes using podcasts easy, and sets it aside from most other systems of its type. It's not one to consider if streaming local media is a key feature for you, however

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 5 March 2008