Recommendation for Integrated Amp w/ Big Sound

I've gone back and forth on a multi-channel system or a 2 channel for tv, movies, and movies. I think I'd be a nice Solid State integrated amp with a big full bodied sound will suit our living room better. 100 wpc more or less seems right from past experience.

My first thoughts, though not conclusive, are the Anthem 225, Cary CAI-1, or Harman Kardon HK990. The problem is these don't fit into my budget of 500-700 used. A used Denon 2000IV would fit into my budget but I'm wondering what is out there that has a big bold sound that I'm missing?
In the Vintage Avenue you can research Accuphase E202.
You might want to look and see what you can find from Plinius. I owned several and they had big sound and over all I had no complaints at all. I don't remember how many watts per channel?
I suggest Musical Fidelity A3/A300 amps. IMHO the best you can do at the low price range.
I'd say one of the best you can find in that price range would be the Creek 5350SE. Almost as good as a Creek Destiny. If you could jump up and you are looking for big and bold then the Krell s300i would definitely fit the bill. I recently got one of these and after all the years of trying so much different hifi I'd never heard any Krell stuff. Not sure what the hating is about this amp is amazing.
You can't go wrong with either the Creek or MF. Both are wide and solid sounding without being muddy. I've never heard the Plinius.

I would also agree with Creek and MF, and add the MF A3.2, as it and the A3 and A300 were built in England, with the later ones built in Taiwan.
I own the Outlaw Audio RR 2150 and think it fits the bill
The Wyred4Sound STI series integrated amps are REALLY nice. Maybe more power than you would need now.
Hi5harry, Can you find one Wyred4sound bellow $1k or $5...700 used?
Sorry, I didn't see the price maximum. Maybe the STI 500 for 1k, but that may be wishful thinking also. I recently bought the W4S sti1000 for a second system and am floored by how great it sounds. It might be worth saving up for.
Lots of good suggestions, but I don't see many used I can afford.
The Wyred4sound class D amps look like an amp that I'd like, but again I don't find them used.

I'll be patient and keep looking for that great deal.
There's a Plinius 8100 for a starting price of $850. You can't go wrong with that.