1. Yamaha RX-V365

    Yamaha RX-V365

    For £250 it's a good value amplifier, but you can get superior performance and functionality from a number of its rivals

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  2. Yamaha RX-V565

    Yamaha RX-V565

    The Yamaha RX-V565 is a competent HD receiver capable of intimacy and detail, and good music playback, but bass lacks punch

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  3. Onkyo TX-SR607

    Onkyo TX-SR607

    Not the most agile amp at this price-point, but the Onkyo is still an appealing, feature-packed machine with plenty of clout

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  4. Sony STR-DA5400ES

    Sony STR-DA5400ES

    The Sony STR-DA5400ES has taken home cinema by storm – it’s comfortably the best receiver available at this price-point

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  5. Arcam AVR600

    Arcam AVR600

    It's a flagship multichannel receiver from Arcam, and we think the AVR600 has much to commend it, despite some reliability issues

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  7. Rotel RSX-1560

    Rotel RSX-1560

    We've met Rotel's multichannel amplifiers before, but can the '1560 garner as much praise as the '1550 before it?

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. Harman-Kardon AVR-355

    Harman-Kardon AVR-355

    There's stiff competition at this level of the AV receiver market, so can Harman Kardon's latest offering keep up with the pack?

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  11. Rotel RSX-1550

    Rotel RSX-1550

    There might be a few holes in the spec sheet, but this mighty Rotel certainly knows how to impress with DVD and Blu-ray soundtracks

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