The iPod classic might be dead, but the idea lives on in the Fiio X5 Lossless Music Player. Designed to handle the most detailed digital audio tracks available, it supports DSD, APE, FLAC, ALAC, WMA, and WAV files, and has two microSD card slots for up to 256GB of storage. The 2.4" IPS screen is easy on the eyes when making song selections, the DAC and amps promise dynamic, accurate sound reproduction, and the matte black anodized aluminum unibody construction means it feels as good as it sounds.
It's not going to run a home theater system, but if you're looking for a great-sounding amp to pair with your turntable, the Yamaha A-S2000 Natural Sound Stereo Amplifier is a fine choice. Apart from its great looks — a metal body, satisfyingly mechanical controls, and wooden panels on the side — it also offers terrific sound, thanks to a proprietary design that ensures balanced signal transmission from input to output, resulting in a more lifelike audio experience. Equally important is the built-in headphone amp, the low-noise phono amp, and the dedicated MC head amp that lets you switch between moving magnet and moving coil cartridges with ease.