1. Rega Brio-R

    Rega Brio-R

    Best stereo amp £400-£600, Awards 2012. The Rega Brio-R is an immensely musical amplifier that doesn't cost silly money

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  2. Plinius Hautonga

    Plinius Hautonga

    There's no denying that this fine Plinius amplifier is a worthy product, but it's more for those who prefer excitement over subtlety

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  3. Audiolab 8200A

    Audiolab 8200A

    Capable, with an impressive range of abilities, but a touch too clinical

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    Available from £749
  4. Audio Analogue Class A Integrated Amplifier SE

    Audio Analogue Class A Integrated Amplifier SE

    It's big, weighs a large amount and gets very hot - but for the money, this Audio Analogue is one hell of a lot of amplifier

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  5. Unison Research S6

    Unison Research S6

    If you like the warm sounds that only valves can offer, then you'll love this premium integrated amplifier from Unison Research

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  7. Advance Acoustic MAA402

    Advance Acoustic MAA402

    It's nice to see a reasonably priced power amp, but Advance Acoustic's MAA402 is too flawed for us to recommend

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  8. Advance Acoustic MPP202

    Advance Acoustic MPP202

    It's nice to see a reasonably priced preamp, but Advance Acoustic's MPP202 is too sonically flawed for us to recommend it

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  9. Chord Electronics Maxx

    Chord Electronics Maxx

    Maxx offers a glimpse of hi-fi's future, with superior performance and DAC ability

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  10. Cyrus Mono X 300

    Cyrus Mono X 300

    Paired with the DAC XP+, Cyrus's Mono X300 is a nearly unbeatable preamp/power combination

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  11. Cyrus DAC XP+

    Cyrus DAC XP+

    It uses a very familiar box, but Cyrus's DAC XP+ hosts massive ability, although we think it could do with more punch

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