1. 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

    0%
    Our rating
  2. NAD C326BEE

    NAD C326BEE

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

    0%
    Our rating
    Available from £349
  3. 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

    0%
    Our rating
  4. Carat A57

    Carat A57

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

    0%
    Our rating
  5. 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

    0%
    Our rating
  6. More after the break

  7. Naim Nait XS

    Naim Nait XS

    The Nait XS is as musically engrossing an amplifier as we've heard at this price point. It'll worry the class leaders

    0%
    Our rating
  8. Audio Research LS17

    Audio Research LS17

    This is another top-class preamplifier from Audio Research. It’s a product that should serve you for decades, too

    0%
    Our rating
  9. Icon Audio Stereo 25

    Icon Audio Stereo 25

    The Icon is an impressively built, top-value and fluid and natural sounding valve amp, although it will need careful partnering

    0%
    Our rating
  10. Rega Elicit

    Rega Elicit

    The Elicit is a decent, enjoyable amplifier and well worth a listen, though we reckon more ability is available for the same money

    0%
    Our rating
  11. Tangent AMP-30

    Tangent AMP-30

    A fine concept and not without charm, the AMP-30 is a desktop amplifier and might be just the thing to power an iPod, but its sound is a let-down

    0%
    Our rating

Pages