1. Denon AVR-4311

    Denon AVR-4311

    There's much to admire in Denon's AVR-4311 amplifier, including great functionality, but it lacks the balance of the best

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  2. Arcam AVR-400

    Arcam AVR-400

    The AVR-400 is Arcam's entry-level home cinema amplifier, has a generous spec and a fast, musical sound

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  3. Denon AVR-3311

    Denon AVR-3311

    A hugely sophisticated piece of kit, but its sound lacks a little drama

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  4. Onkyo TX-NR3008

    Onkyo TX-NR3008

    The Onkyo TX-NR3008 keeps the oompf of Onkyo's past amps, but adds a big dollop of detail, too

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  5. Yamaha RX-V3067

    Yamaha RX-V3067

    Typically solid and reliable, Yamaha's RX-V3067 totes an impressive specification and a sound that's very likeable

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  7. Yamaha RX-V2067

    Yamaha RX-V2067

    This is a fine and unusually good-looking home cinema amplifier from Yamaha – the only problem is the very stiff competition

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  8. Onkyo TX-NR5008

    Onkyo TX-NR5008

    This new flagship model from Onkyo is no slouch. In fact, we can't find anything to fault here, and that means a full five-star recommendation

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  9. 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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  10. Pioneer SC-LX83

    Pioneer SC-LX83

    Best-receiver £1500+, Awards 2010. A hugely competent multichannel receiver that has the spec and performance to match its price

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  11. 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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