1. Audio Analogue Fortissimo

    Audio Analogue Fortissimo

    A decent enough performer but not particularly engaging

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  2. NAD D 3020

    NAD D 3020

    Best stereo amplifier up to £500, Awards 2013. A potential game changer. We hope other manufacturers take a brave-pill and produce amplifiers as in

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    Available from £299
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  3. Naim Nait 5si

    Naim Nait 5si

    Best stereo amplifier £800-£1500, Awards 2013. Dips in the rankings to make way for Rega’s Elex-R, but still a sub-£1000 superstar

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  4. Yamaha A-S2000

    Yamaha A-S2000

    A big, powerful, attractive amp, but the overly relaxed attitude puts it behind similarly priced rivals

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  5. Karan Acoustics KA I180 Mk2

    Karan Acoustics KA I180 Mk2

    This unassuming amplifier is one of the finest we’ve heard, with a beautifully balanced presentation that works well with all types of music

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  7. Audiolab M-PWR

    Audiolab M-PWR

    The M-PWR is a good, solid performer. It might not be the last word in finesse or fluidity, but would still work well in the right system

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    Available from £199
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  8. Naim NAP 100

    Naim NAP 100

    Designed to partner the DAC-V1 DAC/preamp, the NAP 100 has much to offer anyone wanting a fine power amp in compact form

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  9. EAR Yoshino V12

    EAR Yoshino V12

    The EAR Yoshino V12 is a terrific integrated amplifier – it needn’t fear any rival at this price

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  10. McIntosh D100

    McIntosh D100

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

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  11. Quad QC-twenty four

    Quad QC-twenty four

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

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