1. Onkyo TX-SR606

    Onkyo TX-SR606

    We’re still big fans of the TX-SR606, but new models from rival brands have seriously upped the ante

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  2. Onkyo TX-NR905

    Onkyo TX-NR905

    Few receivers at less than £2000 have the ’905’s cast-iron grip and authority

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  3. Marantz SR7002

    Marantz SR7002

    A well-made, comprehensively specified receiver

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  4. Cambridge Audio Azur 340R

    Cambridge Audio Azur 340R

    This is a fine, musical, simple 5.1 AV receiver, with a smart design, but it lacks power and bottom-end grunt

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  5. Denon AVR-4308

    Denon AVR-4308

    A great receiver in many ways and, if you can afford one, well worth your consideration

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  7. NAD T754

    NAD T754

    Outputs for two subwoofers don't make up for an underwhelming specification at this price

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  8. Cambridge Audio Azur 640R

    Cambridge Audio Azur 640R

    Big, exciting sound, but lacking high-def audio decoding

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  9. Pathos Cinema-X

    Pathos Cinema-X

    The Pathos Cinema X will astound you with its no-compromise approach to sound reproduction

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  10. Cambridge Audio Azur 540Rv3

    Cambridge Audio Azur 540Rv3

    The 540R v3 is capable of lighting a fire under any film or music you care to play

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