The Cambridge Works is okay, but there really is only one king and that is the Proton table radio called simply The Table Radio. Very solidly built with internal amplification of woofer/tweeter. 20w woof/5w tweet. Full Schotz FM tuner circuitry and very solid cabinetry. Also is analogue tuning. Preamp out to use as a tuner/preamp with a standing amplifier. Tape in/out loop. Use the Magnum Dynalabs antenna and you will be amazed. Place on lead filled 24" stands for best results.
I traveled with one in Europe, sold it and found another. With the amplified slave speaker it is quite formible. Original cost in 1983 was $500, so this is no toy. It will image, provide detail and basically blow anything in this category away. I would place it against my current travel system of NAD L-40 with NHT SuperZeros. Find one used with aux speaker for around $250. Good luck.