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  • Pure Evoke C-D6 DAB+/FM Bluetooth Stereo All-In-One Music System With Remote Control, Walnut

    Get yourself a powerful playback hub for your whole music collection with Pure’s Evoke C... more
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  • JBL Xtreme Wireless Speaker - Red

    JBL Xtreme is the ultimate portable Bluetooth speaker that effortlessly delivers earth-sha... more
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  • Sony HT XT2 170W Soundplate With Bluetooth

    Enjoy incredible sound for all your movies and music with this compact base speaker, perfe... more
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    Auna AMP-CH02

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  • ZIPP Mini Wireless Speaker - Red

    Acoustic FullRoom™ technology sends sound waves in every direction, filling your hom... more
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  • Sony SRSX77 Multiroom Speaker - White

    Music anywhere, anytime. The SRS-X77 is perfect your home and on the go. Combining Multi-r... more
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  • Panasonic SC-ALL05 Multiroom Waterproof Bluetooth Portable Speaker

    No place in your home is off limits when it comes to listening to your favourite music tha... more
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  • Sony MDR-1ADAC Full Size Headphones with Built-In USB DAC Amplifier, Black

    Hear all and feel more with the MDR-1ADAC On-Ear Headphones with Built-In USB DAC. These h... more
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  • Sonos SUB Wireless Subwoofer

    Push your Sonos music system to the limit with the addition of the SUB wireless subwoofer.... more
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  • Denon DCD720AEBKE2GB

    Denon DCD720AEBKE2GB Compact Disc Player with AL32 Processing & USB Port Playback in Black... more
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  • SCLX701B

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  • Panasonic SCALL5CDEBK

    The Panasonic SCALL5CDEBK Micro Hi-Fi lets you listen to all your favourite music in super... more
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  • Sony SRSX88 Multiroom Speaker - Black

    Serious sound in a compact body. High-Resolution Audio and music streaming services to lis... more
    £350 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Sony HT NT5 400W 2.1Ch Soundbar

    Experience High-Resolution Audio from a sleek design, with 3-way speakers driven by 6 disc... more
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  • Panasonic SC-ALL7CD Multiroom Bluetooth DAB+/FM Hi-Fi System With CD Player & 4GB Internal Memory

    Beautifully designed and multi-functional, the SC-ALL7 CD Hi-Fi Bluetooth System delivers ... more
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  • Revo SuperConnect DAB, FM & Internet Radio with Spotify, DLNA and Bluetooth

    SuperConnect epitomises Revo's design and engineering philosophy, delivering an outstandin... more
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  • Sonos PLAY:1 Smart Speaker

    Sonos PLAY:1 is the latest addition to the Sonos wireless speaker family. It brings the sa... more
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  • Naim mu-so QB Digital Wireless Bluetooth Music System with Apple AirPlay, Spotify Connect & TIDAL Compatibility

    Get unimaginable aural brilliance with Naim’s mu-so QB. As the smaller version of the br... more
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  • Ruark R7 DAB/FM/CD Bluetooth Wi-Fi DLNA Wireless All-In-One Music System, Walnut

    Made to make you stop and listen, the Ruark R7 brings the radiogram up to date with retro-... more
    £2000 Free Delivery
  • ZIPP Wireless Speaker - Green

    Acoustic FullRoom™ technology sends sound waves in every direction, filling your hom... more
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  • PLAY:1 - White

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Crowdstorm's stereo amplifier guide

Welcome to Crowdstorm's guide to buying yourself a new amp. Whether you're looking for a budget model or the latest top-end Marantz amplifier, we're here to help. A solid stereo amplifiers should last you years – which means that when you need to buy a new one, you can find yourself out of touch with the latest standards.

With Ohms, Watts, inputs and who knows what else on the list of specs, where are you going to start? Hopefully we can point you in the right direction, leaving you with the best stereo amplifier you could’ve wished for.

You'll also find the deals we offer are available directly from your favourite trusted retailers, both online and on the high street. So once you've found your perfect amp you can buy direct form here, and with confidence.

Comparing hi-fi amplifiers

There’s a vast range of stereo amplifiers out there, so good comparison can be problematic. The best place to start is to give yourself a price range, leaving you many less models to try and compare.

Stereo amplifier prices range massively in the UK, with top models from the likes of Dennon and Yamaha costing around £1,000. But at the other end of the scale, these same firms are putting out highly regarded amps for just over £200. But you can pay as little as £50 for a budget amp. 

Only you will know your own budget, but in a reasonably sized room and with good equipment plugging into it, you’re unlikely to need to go to the £500 mark.

Finding the best stereo amplifier: key features

There will of course be lots of bells and whistles to consider (every from colour and size to the importance of a remote control and headphone socket!) but when it comes to actual tech specs, these are the things you really need to look out for:

  • Watts: Wattage is the classic number that manufacturers brag about on a stereo amplifier, but in most cases this is smoke and mirrors. If you have good speakers 25-40 watts per channel will comfortably be sufficient for pushing a stereo sound around a 20x20ft room. If an amp has higher wattage at the same price point as a lower wattage piece of kit, it’s likely the one with higher wattage has less quality elsewhere – which is likely to mean lower quality in even large rooms. Look for ‘watts per channel’ and if you’re happy with your current speakers, go for a WPC amp slightly higher than your speakers can manage; this will ensure your stereo amplifier is powerful enough to put great sound through the speakers without damaging them.
  • Ohms: As with wattage, you want your stereo amplifier’s ohms rating (typically 4 or 8 ohms) to match up with your speakers: a four-ohm amp will happily deal with two eight-ohm speakers.
  • Inputs: Think carefully about what you’re going to want to power through your amplifier. If it’s going to go in the front room, for example, you may as well put your TV, DVD, even games system and MP3 player through it. Each of these is going to need a channel, so be sure to buy a stereo amplifier with enough inputs.
  • Multichannel or two-channel: If you want to hook up your home theatre, with surround sound and the like, you’re going to need to go for a multi-channel amp (7.1 surround sound, for example). If it’s purely for your music, a two-channel stereo amplifier will do the job just fine. You can often plug more speakers than two into a two-channel amp – it just means that it’s only going to pump out stereo sound.
  • HDMI, Dolby and THX: Again, look out for these if you want to hook up to your TV and DVD player, as well as any other devices with HDMI cables.

What to do next

While you’ll likely find the best prices if you buy online, it is well worth reading some stereo amplifier reviews before you commit. But once again, read around the subject and be sure the people who are reviewing them are on your wavelength – we really can’t over emphasis the worth of some good research.

Once you’ve made your decision, you simply click through from here to the retailer’s own website and go through their payment process – it couldn’t be simpler. At Crowdstorm we don't take a commission from you: we rely on advertising income from the retailers, so it's win-win!