1. Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    Cambridge Audio Azur 851A

    For scale and power, not to mention build and style, the Azur 851A is hard to beat

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  2. Leema Elements

    Leema Elements

    A solid choice at this price, not least if you want a wide connection choice and the option of an integrated DAC

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  3. Cyrus 8a

    Cyrus 8a

    Another classic Cyrus – everything we've come to expect and love about the brand

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  4. NAD C390DD

    NAD C390DD

    NAD’s novel thinking delivers a decent alternative to the established favourites

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  5. Onkyo A-9030

    Onkyo A-9030

    Proves Onkyo knows how to build good stereo gear

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  7. 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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  8. Krell Phantom II

    Krell Phantom II

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

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  9. Rotel RA-10

    Rotel RA-10

    The Rotel sounds good, but rivals offer more insight and better digital features

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  10. Cambridge Audio Azur 351A

    Cambridge Audio Azur 351A

    Worth considering if you like an energetic approach to music

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    Available from £269
  11. Pathos Ethos

    Pathos Ethos

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

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