If you’re a frugal aficionado, you’ll meet your match in the Grundig Ovation 2. The door glides across with a smoothness B&O would be proud of, the blue lighting is enough to make you weep with joy and the circular remote is unusual to the max.

The Grundig struggles with low-end dynamics and out-and-out power at high volumes. At normal levels, though, it’s fine - you could probably live with it. 

If you can see yourself in a minimalist studio flat, sat next to a Jacob Jensen phone and a pulsating Mathmos light, then step right up for your Ovation 2, you’re ready.

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Grundig Ovation 2 review

The Grundig Ovation 2 is a compact unit with slightly disappointing sound but enough class to keep it desirable
£350