1. TEAC AI-301DA

    TEAC AI-301DA

    It’s not perfect, but the TEAC’s warm, smooth presentation is enjoyable

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  2. Marantz PM6005

    Marantz PM6005

    Best stereo amplifier up to £500, Awards 2014. Superb sound quality on a budget for your analogue and digital music

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    Available from £379
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  3. NAD D 3020

    NAD D 3020

    Best stereo amplifier up to £500, Awards 2013. A potential game changer. We hope other manufacturers take a brave-pill and produce amplifiers as in

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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. Onix A-25

    Onix A-25

    Well worth considering for listeners who value subtlety over muscle

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    Available from £208.63
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  7. Onkyo A-9050

    Onkyo A-9050

    It has a lean presentation, but there's plenty to like

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  8. Onkyo A-9030

    Onkyo A-9030

    Proves Onkyo knows how to build good stereo gear

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    Available from £201.38
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  9. Rotel RA-10

    Rotel RA-10

    The Rotel sounds good, but rivals offer more insight and better digital features

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    Available from £349
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  10. Cambridge Audio Azur 351A

    Cambridge Audio Azur 351A

    Worth considering if you like an energetic approach to music

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    Available from £277.5
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  11. NAD C326BEE

    NAD C326BEE

    NAD's C326BEE amp is a real gem, but only for those with a budget system

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