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Roksan Caspian M-Series

Roksan Caspian M-Series
alaAverage 4.8

6 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews of Roksan Caspian M-Series. The average rating for this product is 4.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Receivers & Amplifiers for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 91/100 and experts rate this product 100/100.

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Expert review by : Sandy Greene (

Roksan Caspian M Series-1 Integrated CD player - 2195.00


I'll take one… in black!

To me, it’s all part of the package. It’s a smart physical design, smart engineering and really smart choice with regard to the sonic style it delivers. It’s unpretentious in style, and in black, unpretentious in look. If the Roksan Caspian works in...

Nov, 2005

Expert review by : What Hi-Fi? (

Roksan Caspian M-Series Phono SE review


We reviewed the M-Series Phono SE four years ago and it still makes a great deal of sense

Impressive resolution ; strong dynamics

You'll need a turntable costing £4000 upwards to get the best out of it

Four years after we first reviewed it, the M-Series Phono SE still makes a great deal of sense

May, 2009

Consumer review (



very good cd player,works really well with caspian amp,a real joy!

weighty bass,clarity,built to last, upgradeable

no standby mode, takes an age to 'burn in'

Aug, 2006

Consumer review (



My lovely replacement for a Rega Brio. I would express the difference as similar to that of lifting a curtain from the face of a painting...

Bass extension ; Weight ; Simplicity

er, none

Sep, 2004

Consumer review (



Beautifully built. Seems to enjoy the tunes as much as me..

Clarity ; Timing ; Resolution

Cheap (sounding) cd tray mechanism

Sep, 2004