1. Chord Electronics Indigo

    Chord Electronics Indigo

    The versatile Indigo blends terrific sound with a whole host of useable innovations, including a DAC and iPod dock

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  2. Cyrus 8XP

    Cyrus 8XP

    It might not have the DAC of the 8XPd, but we love this integrated amplifier for its accomplished sonic delivery

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  3. Onkyo A-5VL

    Onkyo A-5VL

    Onkyo must be applauded for taking the plunge into affordable digital amps, but the A-5VL is beaten by the best analogue alternatives

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    Available from £299.9
  4. Electrocompaniet PI-1

    Electrocompaniet PI-1

    The PI-1 from Electrocompaniet is a musically involving amplier, but lacks the sparkle of top rivals

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  5. Marantz PM6003

    Marantz PM6003

    Excellent amplifier and a worthy Award winner still

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  7. Naim Nait 5i

    Naim Nait 5i

    The Nait 5i is more than just a great introduction to the Naim brand; it’s an extremely musical amplifier

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  8. Cyrus 6XP

    Cyrus 6XP

    Stereo amplifier Product of the Year, Awards 2010. Look beyond the outdated looks – the 6XP's controlled sound makes this a serious player

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  9. Marantz PM8003

    Marantz PM8003

    Marantz's PM8003 may have been out a while, but this is our first chance to have a look at this stylish and well-built amplifier

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  10. Rotel RA-1520

    Rotel RA-1520

    In the RA-1520, Rotel has produced an amplifer that can enter the lion's den of competition and easily take on the best

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  11. Pathos Adrenalin Monobloc

    Pathos Adrenalin Monobloc

    These Pathos monoblocs might be eye-wateringly expensive, but if you've got a system to match (and a very large wallet) they're worth it

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