1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Cyrus 8 DAC

    Cyrus 8 DAC

    Delivers a spacious and engaging sound

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  7. Cyrus 6a

    Cyrus 6a

    Best stereo amp £600-£1000, Awards 2012. A fine amplifier, and even better value than the old 6XP

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    Available from £799.95
  8. Burmester 911 Mk III monoblocs

    Burmester 911 Mk III monoblocs

    The awesomely powerful Burmester 911 Mk III monoblocs deliver fantastic sound

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  9. Burmester 077

    Burmester 077

    The Burmester 077 preamp, that we tested with the Burmester 911 Mk III, has an eye popping price but is matched by its ability

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  10. Linn Akurate 2200

    Linn Akurate 2200

    The Linn Akurate 2200 delivers lashings of detail, but not everyone will like its slightly dry sound

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  11. Linn Akurate Kontrol

    Linn Akurate Kontrol

    There's a lot to like with this pre-amp, but it makes the most sense when part of an all-Linn system

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