1. 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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  2. NAD D 7050

    NAD D 7050

    The D 7050 is a clever design, but it’s up against some tough competition, not least its cheaper sibling

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    Available from £799
  3. Naim Nait 5si

    Naim Nait 5si

    Best stereo amplifier £800-£1500, Awards 2013. An assured performer, which offers detail, precision and energy by the bucketload

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  4. Quad QC-twenty four

    Quad QC-twenty four

    Quad's retro-styled preamplifier is a really pleasant listen

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  5. Onix A-25

    Onix A-25

    Well worth considering for listeners who value subtlety over muscle

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  7. Pioneer A-70

    Pioneer A-70

    Excels in many areas, even if its sound falls short of class-leading

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  8. Audiolab 8200A

    Audiolab 8200A

    Capable, with an impressive range of abilities, but a touch too clinical

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    Available from £599
  9. Advance Acoustic MAA402

    Advance Acoustic MAA402

    It's nice to see a reasonably priced power amp, but Advance Acoustic's MAA402 is too flawed for us to recommend

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  10. Advance Acoustic MPP202

    Advance Acoustic MPP202

    It's nice to see a reasonably priced preamp, but Advance Acoustic's MPP202 is too sonically flawed for us to recommend it

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  11. Chord Electronics Maxx

    Chord Electronics Maxx

    Maxx offers a glimpse of hi-fi's future, with superior performance and DAC ability

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