1. Marantz SR7005

    Marantz SR7005

    Possibly the first bona fide alternative to the recognised class-leaders we've seen, this Marantz is well worth investigating

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  2. Onkyo TX-NR808

    Onkyo TX-NR808

    Best receiver £500-£1000, Awards 2010. There are dozens of reasons why the 'NR808 is amazing for the money, and a great Award winner

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  3. Arcam AVR500

    Arcam AVR500

    The Arcam AVR500 has a minimalist spec which may appeal to some, but not others

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  4. Denon AVR-2310

    Denon AVR-2310

    If you're working to a sub-£1000 budget, then you can't do better than look at this impressive arrival in the Denon AV stable

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  5. Pioneer VSX-LX52

    Pioneer VSX-LX52

    The VSX-LX52 is a very capable machine, but it falls a touch short in the performance-per-pound stakes

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  7. Denon AVR-2309

    Denon AVR-2309

    Denon's mid-price AVR-2309 multichannel receiver is entering a cut-throat section of the market. Can it compete with established rivals?

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  8. Pioneer SC-LX71

    Pioneer SC-LX71

    The Pioneer SC-LX71 multichannel receiver may look identical to its bigger brother, the Award-winning SC-LX81, but it's £200 less

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  9. Onkyo TX-NR906

    Onkyo TX-NR906

    Not the best in class, but a very solid receiver in many ways, and a great choice for movie action fans

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  10. Denon AVR-2809

    Denon AVR-2809

    Regular visitors to our Forums have been clamouring for a review of Denon's £800 AVR-2809 multichannel receiver, so read our verdict exclusively onlin

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  11. Pioneer SC-LX81

    Pioneer SC-LX81

    If you want a powerful but refined multichannel receiver to go with Pioneer's new BDP-LX71A Blu-ray player, the SC-LX81 is a superb choice

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