1. McIntosh D100

    McIntosh D100

    This entry-level McIntosh is a solid and entertaining performer that offers plenty of functionality

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  2. Quad QC-twenty four

    Quad QC-twenty four

    Quad's retro-styled preamplifier is a really pleasant listen

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  3. Quad II eighty

    Quad II eighty

    The Quad II-eighty is a capable monobloc amplifier that should be considered even by those who don’t have a taste for retro

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  4. Onix A-25

    Onix A-25

    Well worth considering for listeners who value subtlety over muscle

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  5. Heed Audio Obelisk pre

    Heed Audio Obelisk pre

    This is a superb sounding preamp, but Heed needs to make it feel more luxurious

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  7. Heed Audio Obelisk ps

    Heed Audio Obelisk ps

    An engaging performer that’s a pleasure to listen to, even if it's not the classiest in terms of finish

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  8. AVA Maestro-50

    AVA Maestro-50

    Worth considering if you really need a very small stereo amplifier. It’s not a brilliant sonic all-rounder, though

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  9. Audio Research LS 27

    Audio Research LS 27

    A fine, capable preamp that communicates plenty of information but might not stir the soul

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  10. Audio Research Reference 75

    Audio Research Reference 75

    A fabulous power amplifier capable of sonic magic

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  11. Edwards Audio IA1

    Edwards Audio IA1

    A bold effort but lacking the performance and finesse to truly impress

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