hmmm,why do you say that your energy's are crappy,ive heard a few pair of energy speakers & i thought that they sounded damm good & offered great value in this insanely priced hobby of ours.
if your looking for high spl's while running the mc352 the revels are an extreme mismatch ,any 4 ohm speaker that is 88 db is going to require a boat load of power,convert the ohmage of the revels into an 8 ohm load & you get an 85 db efficient speaker, bad news for spl's.
everybody has their own idea of what loud is & some will say that the mc 352 will drive the revels easily, it wont, from your post i gather that your looking for spl levels of around 120 or better, you have done the math & you know the revels wont give it up with the mc352.
your also comparing apples to oranges in speakers, the energy's are designed to rock & the revels are a hifi job designed to image.
the solution is simple, either look into a more efficient speaker or sell the mc352 & get an amp that doubles down in 4 ohms & push some serious wattage to the revels, either way the mc352 is not a good amp for the revels if high spl's are desired.