Amp for Sonus Faber GP?

Any suggestions on a power amp to match with the Sonus Faber Grand Pianos? My room is approximately 20x15x10 and music is jazz, vocals, rock (no head banging). Future use of the GP's in a home theater may happen so I am primarily looking at amps from manufacturers that also make matching multichannel units (i.e., Krell, Bryston, maybe B&K). Any thoughts would be appreciated!
I have your speakers! They are awesome. I went through hell and back trying over 10 amps/integrated. The very best and final winner is the YBA DT Integre'. This is awesome! No a headbanger amp but plenty to run the tough load of the Sonus. Try to pick one up used like I did. They typically sell for around $1,350.00
I have a YBA DT phono available for $1300.00 if you are interested. Only three months old perfect condition.
If you have the cash, you should try the Sonus Faber Musica amp - this really sounds great. Tube-like but with extrema resolution and dynamics to.
Had an Electa Amator before & I used a Krell KSA200s with it and it was awesome. SOnus speakers loves massive power. They may not look like it, but they are power hungry speakers. For the GP, I think the KSA100 should be enough. Another amp I heartily recommend is the Plinius SA100 III for this speaker!
Any of the Plinius amps have a tremendous synergy with Sonus Faber speakers. I am currently driving a pair of Electa Amatour II's with a Plinius SA250-mkIV and producing great music...
I just got the Sonus Faber GP and my setup is Wadia WT200 Transport & Wadia x 64.4 Decoding Computer in the front end and Krell integrated amp KAV 300i, but my dealer is recommending Cary300se/lx20. I will appreciate any comments. Thanks
I also own the Grand Piano Speakers and they are excellent. I use the BOW Wazoo Integrated amplifier and the BAT VK-D5 CD Player. The Sonus Faber Musica amp is also excellent with these speakers.