Integrated amplifiers, power amplifiers
REVIEW: Moonriver’s Model 404 amplifier diverges from the mainstream to provide a musical experience.
REVIEW: The smallest Rega amplifier has a few big tricks up its sleeve, even if it doesn’t do digital.
REVIEW: Here it is, the very first review of Balanced Audio Technology’s super integrated amp, the VK3500.
REVIEW: Simple in style, yet with great sonic potential… Lyngdorf’s TDAI-1120 has our reviewer in two minds, but in a good way.
REVIEW: The X3 is a substantial amp from the revived Rotel Michi series, designed with future needs in mind.
REVIEW: Name and looks aside, there’s nothing retro about the revived Leak brand, as this amp and transport prove.
REVIEW: Another winner from Japan’s revered hi-fi brand… but make sure you match the Accuphase E-380 right.
REVIEW: The outside harks back to a past era, but inside, the Cyrus ONE Cast is very much an amp for this century.
REVIEW: Denon’s new 600 series amp and CD player find our hardened reviewer’s vulnerable spots…
REVIEW: Digital devices can be a headache to set up, but getting Denon’s PMA-150H going is a breeze… and it sounds fab, too!
REVIEW: If reducing component count is a priority for you, the Marantz M-CR612 should fit the bill… just add speakers.
REVIEW: Luxman blends the old and the new on the LX-380 amplifier, its looks and tubes belying the modern sound.
REVIEW: Like it or not, a Naim is never boring, especially a super one (or three) like this integrated amp…
REVIEW: If you’re looking for the one power amp to keep you company on desert island, the Accuphase A-48 could be it.
REVIEW: A new power amp can bring about impressive sonic enhancements… and the Accuphase P-4500 doesn’t disappoint.
REVIEW: The amplifiers of today are becoming increasingly versatile, and the Hegel H390 shows us what the laggards are lacking…
REVIEW: Like Swiss watches, the Nagra Classic Integrated amplifier runs like a finely-tuned machine… not a step out of time.
REVIEW: Nothing like a hybrid to bring out the yearning in our hard-nosed reviewer, who finds the McIntosh MA252 very much to his liking.
REVIEW: Why stay rooted to the spot? The Stoner Acoustics UD130 makes a case for being mobile and flexible when listening to music.
REVIEW: It’s getting more difficult to be an amplifier now, multi-tasking is essential. But the Primare Prisma I15 has it down pat.
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