NAD integrated should fit the bill, take a look around
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I would stay with Rotel. I have B&W 602s3 speakers and have used: Arcam A90, Nad 318, Rotel 1062. The Rotel sounded the best to my ears. Rotel is known to have a nice synergy with B&W speakers..... The Arcam and Nad are both nice amps also,I just think the Rotel would be a better match. NAD and PSB speakers would be another suggestion?
thanks for the advice--I had a feeling Rotel would be the best option, mainly because I just know it will work, and I can't expect too much in this price range. However, I am very curious about some of the older models I see for sale online that are extremely cheap. Since these models were released before the internet became popular, there isnt much in the way of reviews. I wonder if anyone has experience with purchasing that stuff
I second the NAD, but only the old 3020a or a Advent 300 receiver. Great, cheaply had stuff...
Arcam and Rotel are only going to be OK, no magic with them, just good enough value...
Also, I highly recommend a Virtue Audio amp, with a good regulated power supply it will best most amps with its wonderful sweetness, detail, and flow and musicality.