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  1. UD9004 ($6,000) This flagship player from Marantz does it all: Blu-ray Disc, DVD, CD, SACD, and DVD-Audio disc. Its video processor provides high-definition video, as well as a vertical stretch mode...
  2. MVP881 ($8,000) Robb Report readers will recognize this remarkable player from McIntosh as a Best of the Best selection for 2010. It offers flawless playback of Blu-ray Discs, DVD, CDs, SACDs, and...
  3. M80 ($2,995) Meridian’s M80 is the compact player system to be beat. Using the same electrical guts and general aesthetic silhouette as the highly lauded F80 (see Robb Report, June 2008), the new M80...
  4. DVD-A1UDCI Universal Blu-ray Player ($4,500) This player from 100-year-old electronics giant Denon holds the title for world’s first universal Blu-ray player, though others have followed suit since...
  5. DCD-A100 ($2,500) This is the only dedicated CD/SACD player in Denon’s current model lineup. It utilizes a 32-bit, 192-kHz digital-to-analog converter to deliver a high-fidelity audio signal, as well...
  6. DBP-A100 ($2,500) Denon’s 100th-anniversary universal Blu-ray player uses patented Denon Link 4th technology in its HDMI signal transference to minimize the audio and video jitter that typically...
  7. LeDIX Origine Limited (Approximately $340,000) Costing significantly more than each of the cars included in Robb Report’s 2010 Car of the Year competition (with the exception of the $2 million...
  8. Constellation Quest ($7,900 – $23,900) The new Constellation Quest is the first model from Vertu with a full keyboard. The U.K.-based manufacturer handcrafts these unique smartphones from such...
  9. Ascent 2010 (Starting at approximately $5,500) The most recent iteration of the automotive-inspired Ascent Collection from high-end cell-phone-maker Vertu is available in either anodized aerospace-...
  10. Sooloos Control 15 ($7,500) When U.K. hi-fi product manufacturer Meridian acquired Sooloos in late 2008, it took control of the home-music server industry. With the new Control 15, Meridian has again...