The top stereo receivers between $300 and $700 include the Denon DRA-697CI, Marantz SR4023, Pioneer Elite SX-A6, Yamaha R-S700 and Outlaw Audio RR 2150, according to About.com. Top stereo receivers under $300 include the Teac AG-790A, Sherwood RX-4503, Denon DRA-297, Harman Kardon 3390 and Onkyo TX-8255.
The top stereo receiver between $300 and $700 is the Denon DRA-697CI, as About.com indicates. This receiver offers custom integration features that include discrete power on/off, RS-232 control, 100 watts of power for each individual channel and a +12 volt trigger. This is a three-zone, two-source stereo receiver. When the receiver is used with an optional dock, it is XM Radio and iPod ready. The DRA-697CI is an ideal choice for multi-room or 2.1 channel systems.
The top stereo receiver under $300 is the Teac AG-790A, states About.com. This stereo receiver offers 100 watts of power per channel and switching for two pairs of speakers. The Teac AG-790A incorporates manual/auto tuning features, and offers 30 FM/AM presets that allow the user to store radio stations. This receiver also has four audio inputs that include tape, video/aux input, phono and CD. The AG-790A comes with an infrared remote control for operating the device from different locations.