1. Krell Evolution 402e

    Krell Evolution 402e

    The Evolution 402e is world-class. It isn't cheap, but such quality never is

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  2. Krell Phantom II

    Krell Phantom II

    A hugely capable preamplifier that has the ability to dig deeply into any recording

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  3. Pathos Ethos

    Pathos Ethos

    Mixes style with substance better than any rival we can think of

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  4. Unison Research Simply Italy

    Unison Research Simply Italy

    Tempting combination of heritage, fine build and (relatively) affordable price

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  5. Audio Analogue Crescendo

    Audio Analogue Crescendo

    The Crescendo has its strengths, but can't quite reach the heights achieved by its rivals

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  7. Quad QSP

    Quad QSP

    An articulate performer that brims with confidence – but make sure you match it with the right kit

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  8. Cyrus 8 DAC

    Cyrus 8 DAC

    Delivers a spacious and engaging sound

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  9. Devialet D-Premier

    Devialet D-Premier

    It's like nothing we've seen before, but in terms of sonic ability, the Devialet D-Premier is an incredible performer

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  10. Townshend Allegri

    Townshend Allegri

    It might lack features, but this premium preamp is a force to be reckoned with, packing amazing transparency and insight

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  11. Cyrus 6a

    Cyrus 6a

    Best stereo amp £600-£1000, Awards 2012. The fast, articulate and agile Cyrus sound is present and correct in the 6a – but it lacks energy compared with newer rivals

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    Available from £799.95

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