1. Quad Vena

    Quad Vena

    The Vena’s a solid effort from Quad. Greater subtlety could turn it into a brilliant amp

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  2. Micromega MyAmp

    Micromega MyAmp

    We’re not keen on the plastic finish, but this amp’s attack has caught our attention

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  3. 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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    Available from £481.73
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  4. Audiolab M-PWR

    Audiolab M-PWR

    The M-PWR is a good, solid performer. It might not be the last word in finesse or fluidity, but would still work well in the right system

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  5. Naim NAP 100

    Naim NAP 100

    Designed to partner the DAC-V1 DAC/preamp, the NAP 100 has much to offer anyone wanting a fine power amp in compact form

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  7. Rotel RA-12

    Rotel RA-12

    Well worth a listen, but it doesn't deliver the most captivating performance we've ever heard

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    Available from £599
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  8. Arcam FMJ A19

    Arcam FMJ A19

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. With the correct partners, this is a wonderfully talented amplifier

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    Available from £695
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  9. Audio Analogue Crescendo

    Audio Analogue Crescendo

    The Crescendo has its strengths, but can't quite reach the heights achieved by its rivals

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  10. Cyrus 6a

    Cyrus 6a

    Best stereo amp £600-£1000, Awards 2012. The fast, articulate and agile Cyrus sound is present and correct in the 6a – but it lacks energy compared with newer rivals

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  11. Cambridge Audio Azur 651A

    Cambridge Audio Azur 651A

    Meaty and powerful, but not the most refined listen

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