Replacing NAD C 372. Two Amps or One ??

Chopin

Standard Member
I have had my NAD C372 Integrated Amp with NAD C272 power Amp for 2 years. Speakers are Wharfedale Evo 30 and CD player Arcam CD 72.

Earlier this year both Amps blew-up and were repaired free of charge by NAD (a known issue mentioned on their website). Now again the C372 has broken down (RedLight Power Cut-off, checked all speaker cables, cross overs etc.). I am losing faith with the safety of the NADs and thus want to get a new amp/s and keep my CD player and speakers.
I am looking to spend £800-1200 and am trying to decide upon an integrated amp or biamping set up.

Have 3 major options:

1.Roksan Kandy K2 (has preamp output for adding power amp at later date)
£750
2.NAIM 5i (no preamp output, but highly regarded sound)
£725
3.Cyrus 8vs2 (has preamp for later power amp)
£800
4.Cyrus 8 Power + Cyrus Pre vs2
£1300

Which option would give best sound (listen to mainly classical some rock)??
 

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