1. Plinius Hiato

    Plinius Hiato

    It's huge and very heavy, but this monobloc-equipped amplifier is probably the most musically engrossing you'll hear at this price point

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  2. Cambridge Audio Azur 650A

    Cambridge Audio Azur 650A

    The 650A is a worthwhile upgrade to Cambridge's excellent 640A. Partner it with the right equipment and you won't be disappointed

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  3. Cyrus 8 XPd

    Cyrus 8 XPd

    The Cyrus XPd integrated amplifier sets a sky-high standard at the price

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  4. NAD C375BEE

    NAD C375BEE

    The NAD C375BEE gives an average performance which doesn’t do quite enough to justify the price

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    Available from £1048.66
  5. Bryston B60R

    Bryston B60R

    The Bryston B60R may be an unassuming little amplifier but it has real quality

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  7. Krell S-300i

    Krell S-300i

    The latest integrated amplifier from Krell does enough to gain our recommendation, but only just

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  8. Moon i3.3

    Moon i3.3

    Moon steps into the world of DACs with the revamped i3.3 and produces a gem in the process

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  9. Yamaha A-S700

    Yamaha A-S700

    The Yamaha A-S700 stereo amp has the familial looks – and sound – of the A-S1000, but costs considerably less

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    Available from £324
  10. Carat A57

    Carat A57

    The £1000 amplifier sector is fearsomely contested, and the Carat gets eaten alive

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  11. Audio Research VS115

    Audio Research VS115

    The VS115 is far from hi-fi jewellery, but it's a highly effective workhorse, delivering all the acoustic thunder you'd expect for more than five gran

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