1. Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    A good proposition; worth a look

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  2. Audio Analogue Fortissimo

    Audio Analogue Fortissimo

    A decent enough performer but not particularly engaging

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  3. Yamaha A-S2000

    Yamaha A-S2000

    A big, powerful, attractive amp, but the overly relaxed attitude puts it behind similarly priced rivals

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    Available from £1499.95
  4. Heed Audio Obelisk pre

    Heed Audio Obelisk pre

    This is a superb sounding preamp, but Heed needs to make it feel more luxurious

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  5. Heed Audio Obelisk ps

    Heed Audio Obelisk ps

    An engaging performer that’s a pleasure to listen to, even if it's not the classiest in terms of finish

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  7. Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    For scale and power, not to mention build and style, the Azur 851A is hard to beat

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  8. Leema Elements

    Leema Elements

    A solid choice at this price, not least if you want a wide connection choice and the option of an integrated DAC

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    Available from £1295
  9. Cyrus 8a

    Cyrus 8a

    Another classic Cyrus – everything we've come to expect and love about the brand

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    Available from £1250
  10. Unison Research Simply Italy

    Unison Research Simply Italy

    Tempting combination of heritage, fine build and (relatively) affordable price

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  11. Quad QSP

    Quad QSP

    An articulate performer that brims with confidence – but make sure you match it with the right kit

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