1. 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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  2. Yamaha RX-V1067

    Yamaha RX-V1067

    This amazing amp produces a wonderful, all-encompassing wall of surround sound that engages you right from the off

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  3. Sony STR-DA3600ES

    Sony STR-DA3600ES

    Another disappointing home cinema receiver from Sony, which seems to have lost its form of late

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  4. Arcam AVR500

    Arcam AVR500

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

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  5. Pioneer VSX-520

    Pioneer VSX-520

    Three 3D-ready HDMI sockets are part of the decent spec list for the Pioneer VSX-520

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  7. Denon AVR-1911

    Denon AVR-1911

    Denon's accomplished AVR-1911 picks up where the award-winning AVR-1910 left off, but the competition is too fierce for that final star

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  8. Sony STR-DN1010

    Sony STR-DN1010

    If you like big and brash excitement, then you'll enjoy this Sony – but we found it to be a one trick pony that just can't compete

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  9. Pioneer VSX-920

    Pioneer VSX-920

    With this incredibly accomplished amplifier/receiver, Pioneer has really raised its game, gaining the coveted full marks in the process

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  10. Pioneer VSX-LX53

    Pioneer VSX-LX53

    Best receiver £1000-£1500, Awards 2010. Pioneer's excellent VSX-LX53 home cinema amplifier is classy and great to use

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  11. Yamaha RX-V667

    Yamaha RX-V667

    The RX-V667 is a first-class piece of kit, with a distinctive sonic presentation, but the competition is fierce

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