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29 products found
  1. Rotel RA-1572

    Rotel RA-1572

    Reviewed on 18th December 2017
    Price when reviewed £1400

    Not the world’s worst amplifier, but this Rotel should be better.

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  2. Rotel RCD-1572

    Rotel RCD-1572

    Reviewed on 20th October 2017
    Price when reviewed £845

    This premium-priced Rotel CD player has poise and clarity on its side.

  3. Rotel RDD-1580

    Rotel RDD-1580

    Reviewed on 15th April 2014
    Price when reviewed £600

    There’s plenty to be impressed with this Rotel DAC, but its poor USB input holds it back

  4. Rotel RA-12

    Rotel RA-12

    Reviewed on 12th February 2013
    Price when reviewed £600

    Well worth a listen, but it doesn't deliver the most captivating performance we've ever heard

  5. Rotel RA-10

    Rotel RA-10

    Reviewed on 17th October 2012
    Price when reviewed £350

    The Rotel sounds good, but rivals offer more insight and better digital features

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  7. Rotel RA-04SE

    Rotel RA-04SE

    Reviewed on 16th April 2010
    Price when reviewed £300

    The superb RA-04SE is just the latest in a long line of ever-improving Rotel amplifiers

  8. Rotel RC-1580

    Rotel RC-1580

    Reviewed on 18th February 2010
    Price when reviewed £995

    This fully featured preamp is a likeable performer that gets on with the job without drawing attention to itself

  9. Rotel RB-1582

    Rotel RB-1582

    Reviewed on 27th January 2010
    Price when reviewed £1095

    This powerful, well-built unit gets on with the job without drawing attention to itself

  10. Rotel RA-06SE

    Rotel RA-06SE

    Reviewed on 27th January 2010
    Price when reviewed £600

    We're already fans of Rotel's budget-conscious amps, so this souped-up 'SE' model has us salivating

  11. Rotel RCD-1520

    Rotel RCD-1520

    Reviewed on 20th December 2009
    Price when reviewed £695

    With its modern appearance, the RCD-1520 looks the part – but up and running it's a dynamically restrained performer