Eversolo DMP-A6 review

Every once in a while, we encounter a new brand that leaves us so surprised, and so excited, about the trajectory of certain hi-fi products.

We had our first surprise this year with WiiM, an American-based company that delivered a capable sounding, easy-to-use, ultra-budget music streamer in the now-Award-winning Pro Plus. And now it’s the turn of Chinese-based Eversolo, whose new DMP-A6 music streamer impressed us just as much for its slick design, user-friendliness and fresh outlook on a niche hi-fi category. 

Build & design

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The Eversolo DMP-A6 is a well-made design in an aluminium chassis the size of a shoebox, just smaller than the Naim Uniti Atom. It makes a change from the full-width size we’re used to seeing from other streamers at this level, which include the six-time Award-winning Cambridge Audio CXN (V2) (yours for £799) and Arcam’s new ST5 (also £799). Going up against the CXN (V2) is certainly stern competition, but Eversolo proves it can play with the established big boys in many ways.