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. Monitor Audio Airstream A100

    Monitor Audio Airstream A100

    A brave design that performs to a high standard – a worthy rival to NAD’s D3020

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  4. TEAC AI-301DA

    TEAC AI-301DA

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

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    Available from £399
    Buy
  5. Rega Elex-R

    Rega Elex-R

    Best stereo amplifier £800-£1500, Awards 2014. Rega builds on the strengths of the excellent Brio-R and give us another terrifically musical amplifier

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  7. Pathos Lògos Mk II

    Pathos Lògos Mk II

    This is a case of having your cake and eating it. Combines aesthetics and great sound

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  8. Yamaha A-S3000

    Yamaha A-S3000

    Sound quality is good but needs to be better to fully justify that hefty price

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  9. Unison Research Triode 25

    Unison Research Triode 25

    Yet another superb design from Unison Research. Great to use and even better to listen to.

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  10. 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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  11. Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    A good proposition; worth a look

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