1. Yamaha A-S300

    Yamaha A-S300

    The Yamaha A-S300 stereo amplifier is a budget star, but you can buy better

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  2. Primare I32

    Primare I32

    The Primare I32 is a beautiful product, with top-quality materials and a lovely feel but does it deliver?

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  3. Leema Pulse III

    Leema Pulse III

    Leema's latest incarnation of its Pulse series is a strong performer, but we're not wild about the looks and the competition is vicious

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  4. Peachtree Audio iDecco

    Peachtree Audio iDecco

    Packing a traditional valve alongside up-to-the-minute digital technology, this stereo amplifier and dock will suit most digital-based systems

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  5. Marantz PM-KI Pearl Lite

    Marantz PM-KI Pearl Lite

    Marantz's Pearl Lite is an amplifier with potential. It's not the last word in sonic ability, but it's affordable, stylish and controlled

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  7. Lavardin C62

    Lavardin C62

    The Lavardin C62 preamp paired with the Lavardin AP150 has the ability to combine the subtle with the sledgehammer

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  8. Yamaha A-S500

    Yamaha A-S500

    Best stereo amplifier up to £500, Awards 2010. Yamaha has produced a new class leader, with a stunningly capable product

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  9. Quad Elite Pre

    Quad Elite Pre

    Pairing the Quad Elite Pre with the Elite Stereo produces well-balanced sound but just lacks an edge

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  10. Quad Elite Stereo

    Quad Elite Stereo

    The Quad Elite pre/power amplifier doesn't blow us away, but it's still worth consideration

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  11. NAD C356BEE

    NAD C356BEE

    If you like your listening full-throttle, then this NAD amplifier is for you, but those who take things easier may find the C356BEE a touch taxing

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