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John Lewis Cello review

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John Lewis describes its wooden-cased Cello mini hi-fi as having 'minimal and elegant styling with a host of radio and smart connections' that make it an 'eminently qualified all-round home hi-fi system'. But does the sound quality match the apparently impressive functionality? Find out in our full expert review.
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We have tested 31 mini hi-fi systems and found that there are 3 Don't Buys and 5 Best Buys.
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