NAD C338 or Marantz PM6006 or Cambridge CXA60. Please Help

i’m new to the forum but i have a couple of questions if someone would help. I also feel this is gonna be a long one so please stay with me. I got my first real stereo setup last year, a 1978 Kenwood integrated amp with some no model sony bookshelf speakers and i loved it but it crapped out and in December the budget was low so i replaced it with a Cambridge topaz am10 integrated which i like not love. I’ve also upgraded and purchased the Pioneer fs52 floor stand speakers and some blue jeans cables speaker cables and generally i like the setup except that the topaz am10 never has wooed me like i want,meaning like when you hear a song lets say for the argument "when the levee breaks" by led Zeppelin and the drums kick in and it grabs you and you are dancing and you’re bobbing your head and you feel the song through you,well with the topaz am10 i don’t feel that. So i’ve decided to upgrade and i have narrowed it down to three choices, the NAD c338, Marantz pm6006 and the Cambridge CXA60. Now i like the thought of going with the CXA60 but am worried based on quite a few reviews that the sound will be similar to the topaz but better at it and thats not what i want at all. the Marantz i have read is more to my liking at least sound wise but am concerned with various QC problems i see online. Finally the Nad C338 interests me mostly for the same reasons as the Marantz plus its got built in wifi which while i don’t do a whole lot of now but i would if it was there plus i’d like to try out the class D of the NAD and quite a lot of reviews indicate its awesome. the thing i’m concerned with about the Nad are that in all the videos i’ve seen on it that to play it loud they have to crank it up where as the Marantz PM6006 and Cambridge CXA60 the volume is barely at 10 o'clock although i could be imagining that, of course i don’t play my music real loud but i’d like to know i can and not run out of room, by the way i mostly listen to vinyl but sometimes with my phone plugged in. now i wont be upgrading the speakers at this time but maybe down the road. so i guess my question is which amp moves you the most and makes you fell the music ? also i don’t have a local hifi dealer in my area other than best buy :) so kibosh on trying them, my plan is to order through Crutchfield. My budget is the $600-$800 mark and i’ve narrowed it down to these three so please don’t tell me about Emotiva or Yamaha or Onkyo or Rotel or Arcam or whatever it is that might fit because i want one of these and just wanna know peoples opinion on them sound quality wise, also please no class D vs class A/AB arguments i’ve heard it all and don’t need to know. Sorry i don’t mean to sound rude but i notice a lot of post on forums about these amps and they always lead to going off topic and the OP’s questions never really get answered the way he asked them. Thanks for all help however regarding these amps.
Well I do like the Nad c368 as well especially with the bluOS module in it Which really expands its capability. I haven't thought much about musical fidelity though, I'll take a look thanks. 
That music fideltiy  m2si...looks like a sweet deal...they make killer amps....
If you are willing to spend a 899 dollars, you should consider the Yamaha integrated A-S801.
I bought last year, and I really like it.Plenty of power and connections.
And I eliminated one connection ! Got great reviews on TAS, 6moons audio reviews.
Just my two cents on equipment that plays every day at home.
Good luck.
So some one must be looking down on me because i work at bike shop being a cyclist and all and today a customer comes in a guy i've only seen in passing before and we start talking stereo stuff. well guess what he has a CXA60 himself and invited me over to try it and BAM this is what i'm talking about, the Cambridge CXA60 is way better than the topaz am10. It's got the grabbiness i talked about and just wow i'm getting that. Granted he's got it hooked up to some Sonus Faber Speakers i could never afford but damn i'm in love. Just wanted to say thanks everyone.
 Also I wanted to add that I like the idea of the musical fidelity and I'm certain they make good products however the guy that owns the upscale audio store/website Kino gives me the creepy salesman vibe.  Kind of a late night infomercial  and if you buy now feeling which to me is a big turn off.