Rotel RA-1572 review
Not the world’s worst amplifier, but this Rotel should be better.
It's been a long time coming, but we've finally got our hands on a new Rotel home cinema amplifier
There’s plenty to be impressed with this Rotel DAC, but its poor USB input holds it back
Well worth a listen, but it doesn't deliver the most captivating performance we've ever heard
The superb RA-04SE is just the latest in a long line of ever-improving Rotel amplifiers
This fully featured preamp is a likeable performer that gets on with the job without drawing attention to itself
This powerful, well-built unit gets on with the job without drawing attention to itself
We're already fans of Rotel's budget-conscious amps, so this souped-up 'SE' model has us salivating
With its modern appearance, the RCD-1520 looks the part – but up and running it's a dynamically restrained performer
In the RA-1520, Rotel has produced an amplifer that can enter the lion's den of competition and easily take on the best
We've met Rotel's multichannel amplifiers before, but can the '1560 garner as much praise as the '1550 before it?
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
Last year's Award-winner still has what it takes, delivering an expansive, convivial sound and a solid spec
Crisp, detailed sound from a solid, though not amazing, player. But when compared to newer price-rivals, this falls short
Still a great amp, but not quite as good as its younger brother, the £100 cheaper (and remote-less) RA-04