Integrated Amp With Tone Controls and Tape Inputs

I am looking for a good integrated amp with tone controls and tape inputs. I have a cd recorder and want to digitize some out of print lps to cd. I don't have tape input outputs on my equipment right now. I kind of like the tone control or built in equalizer idea because some things just sound better with the bass or treble boosted a little in my room. I have some rare live cassettes I want to burn to cd as well. Trying to keep it at 1000.00. Be playing through some Klipsch Cornwalls. Any great ideas?
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Rotel RA1520, NAD C356DAC2, Accuphase E202, YAMAHA CA 1010, NAD C317, Sansui AU-999. Marantz, Sansui, Yamaha, Harman/Kardon, Carver, etc. Lots of choices.
Can be vintage or new. Like McIntosh but none in my neck of the woods.
Try and audition a Vincent sv 237 or 236 mk. It has everything your looking for. I own a 237 and I think they are great sounding amps at a reasonable price.
Buy a Behringer DEQ 24/96 and plug it directly into your CD recorder. You'll spend about $300 and it will do a much better job than an integrated with tone controls.
Accuphase and Luxman both have tone controls and tape/record features. Luxman also has a tube based integrated with those features if that's of interest to you.

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I like the looks of the Vincent. Need to find one used. Great recommendation.
Zd542 the behringer idea sounds good. I will check that out. Thanks
I have to agree with the McIntosh amp to Klipsch speakers. I own a very small early Mc SS amp MC2505 IIRC, and have Heresys and Lascalas. They are a great synergistic match. I don't think that amp has the tone controls etc., but I see early Mc receivers with those options for less than a thousand fairly often.
The Accuphase and the Luxmans are also a good choice IMO with their rich soft sound to counter the horn honk Klipsch makes with some tunes and associated gear.
Thanks Mechans. I thought mac and Klipsch would be a good match. Hard to find in Oklahoma however.