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Welcome to the world of power amps. Below and on the additional pages, you will find hundreds of reviews of audiophile grade power amps, including everything from affordable integrated amps to the most expensive tube and solid state amps. You'll absolutely be able to find the right amp for your floorstanding speakers or your bookshelf speakers. These pages of reviews cover every brand you could want: Audio Research, Krell, Mark Levinson, Cello, McIntosh, and dozens more.

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Graaf GM 200 Amplifier Reviewed

Graaf GM 200 Amplifier Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

Give it to GRAAF to out an amp as crazy as this. Huge transformers, dozens of tubes, it's a menacing presence. It's also got huge power, with 200-watts into 4 ohms. But how does it sound? Ken Kessler looks into the topic. Read More

 
McIntosh MC 275 Power Amp Reviewed

McIntosh MC 275 Power Amp Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

McIntosh has -- with the Gordon J. Gow Commemorative MC275 Power Amplifier -- performed an act of such aptness, such correctness that it brings a tear to this anachrophile's eye. Read More

 
Marantz PM54 SE Integrated Amplifier

Marantz PM54 SE Integrated Amplifier

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

Few names in audio have as much history and garner such respect as Marantz. Their new PM54 SE integrated amp has 70-watts per channel, a host of inputs, and a reasonable price tag. We test it. Read More

 
Classe Thirty Preamp and the Seventy Power Amp Reviewed

Classe Thirty Preamp and the Seventy Power Amp Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

Classe's entry-level preamp and power amp deliver plenty of sonic panache as well as balanced connections, a dedicated remote control, and impeccable styling. While not quite as transparent as Classe's flagship models, these two units still capture all their musicality. Read More

 
Audio Note Gaku-On Monoblock Power Amplifiers Reviewed

Audio Note Gaku-On Monoblock Power Amplifiers Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

Tired of buying houses? Bored with your three yachts? Privet jet just not doing it for you? Then check out the Gaku-On monoblock amp from Audio Note, which slides in just over $200,000. Each. One of the most famous amps ever in audiophile history. Read More

 
Cello Audio Palette, Performance II Amps, Cello Stradivari Grandmaster Speakers Reviewed

Cello Audio Palette, Performance II Amps, Cello Stradivari Grandmaster Speakers Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

Instant classics well before their maker closed his doors, this Cello system is the epitome of what Mark Levinson made. Pristine, exclusive, and rare, the Cello Read More

 
Copland CSA14 integrated amplifier Reviewed

Copland CSA14 integrated amplifier Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

Let's face it, knobs are cool. Sure digital displays are all the rage, but how about some old school twisty knobs? The CSA14 integrated amp has a bunch. It's also got power and price to make it a contender. Read More

 
Unison Research Power Amp Reviewed

Unison Research Power Amp Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

With incredible looks and ridiculous value, the Unison Research Power Amp is a stunner in all facets. It's got 12-watts per channel, a Class A design, and oh, by the way, did I mention it's gorgeous and affordable? Read More

 
Musical Fidelity F-Series Power Amps Reviewed

Musical Fidelity F-Series Power Amps Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

The F-Series from Musical Fidelity are a bunch of beasts. There's a 100-watt Class A amp, a "mostly Class A" 220 Watt amp, and an all-tube preamp. Stunners in performance and looks. We test em. Read More

 
Metaxas Opulence Preamp and Soliloquy Power Amps Reviewed

Metaxas Opulence Preamp and Soliloquy Power Amps Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3 Stars
 

Australian audiophile institution Kostas Metaxas makes elegant electronics that try to push the limits. The Opulence and Soliloquy combination has more finesse than his previous designs. These aptly named pieces deliver sumptuous sound for reasonable money. Read More