1. Fatman MI-Tube 2

    Fatman MI-Tube 2

    If you’re looking for a budget stereo amplifier with a distinct twist, the Fatman could be worth a listen

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  2. Marantz PM6005

    Marantz PM6005

    Superb sound quality on a budget for your analogue and digital music

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    Available from £299
  3. Roksan Kandy K2 BT

    Roksan Kandy K2 BT

    A delivery packed with power and punch, but some of the heart and soul is missing

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  4. Sony TA-A1ES

    Sony TA-A1ES

    TA-A1ES isn’t perfect, but it’s talented enough in key areas to demand serious consideration

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  5. TEAC AI-501DA

    TEAC AI-501DA

    The gorgeous retro design is hard to resist, but the TEAC fails to deliver an engaging and musical performance at this price

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  7. Devialet 110

    Devialet 110

    Devialet has delivered an exceptional all-round package. The 110 is an amplifier to lust after

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  8. Sony UDA-1

    Sony UDA-1

    Provided you use the UDA-1 in a set-up optimised for desktop use it’s a fine product. We’re really impressed by the build and finish too

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  9. T+A PA 3000 HV

    T+A PA 3000 HV

    This is a fine effort from T+A. The MP 3000 HV is for those that want high-end sound quality from multiple sources without the mass of boxes that n

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  10. McIntosh C2500

    McIntosh C2500

    We love the way the C2500 looks and its comprehensive feature list. It has an engaging way with music replay too.

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  11. Cyrus Mono X 300 Signature

    Cyrus Mono X 300 Signature

    The original X 300 was a great power amplifier. This Signature version is clearly better

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