They were designed for low powered SET's. Personally, I find them a little on the "mellow/soft" side. I'd connect them to a lively little amp. Maybe EL34's will have more bite than some 2A3's?
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I recently bought a little Glow Amp 1 for a headphone amp, but decided nto try it with the sols and the combo was great. The soft nature of the sols was balanced by linearity of el 84 tube and result is really nice. You can't play them at rock music levels but the sound you get is very balanced because the high nominal impedence the sols...very nice in the room type midrange..I love the el84 power tube
Soliloquy speakers were originaly owned , designed and built by Dennis Hadd to work with his Cary amps . He later sold the company and it was successful for a few years . It was sold again to an employee of Monster Cable . It has now died . Too bad as they were decent speakers for entry level tubes .
Happy Tunes .