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 PDX-50

    Yamaha PDX-50

    It's still a great product, but close rivals have pipped it the the post as far as we're concerned

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  3. 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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  4. Yamaha CD-S700

    Yamaha CD-S700

    The Yamaha CD-S700 CD player is an object of beauty, but there isn’t enough substance to keep you entertained in the long run

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  5. Yamaha A-S700

    Yamaha A-S700

    The Yamaha A-S700 stereo amp has the familial looks – and sound – of the A-S1000, but costs considerably less

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  7. Yamaha CD-S2000

    Yamaha CD-S2000

    A beautiful object, beautifully made – though it’s not without certain aural shortcomings

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  8. Yamaha DSP-Z7

    Yamaha DSP-Z7

    Anyone lucky enough to have two grand to spill on a multichannel amplifier needs to hear this

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  9. Yamaha M-430

    Yamaha M-430

    This Yamaha system doesn't quite scale the sonic heights of rivals, but find it at a knockdown price and it's a tempting proposition

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  10. Yamaha RX-V3900

    Yamaha RX-V3900

    The Yamaha RX-V3900 should be top of your list If you want a rich, full-bodied sound

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  11. Yamaha RX-V1900

    Yamaha RX-V1900

    At this price, the RX-V1900 can't put a foot wrong – it's a real jewel in the Yamaha range

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