I don't get this review.
First it champions the small form factor as it's greatest asset, suggesting it could be easily slotted in the living environment so domestic harmony ensues.... Then, it recognises that actually... you'll need to plug it into something to hear it. Of course you could use powered speakers or something discrete.. But the article makes the point of using a traditional analogue stereo system (I really hope people are finding better futures for these than landfill, as the article suggests)
The full size stereo does seem to negate the small form factor of the Cambridge Audio to me. It would make more sense to have a full size streamer sat in alignment on the pile of full size components underneath it, rather than an odd smaller box on it's own