The Ohms for the last 20+ years sound muddy, diffuse, two-dimensional, and bland.Not in my experience. In fact, I’ve experienced the polar opposite with the MicroWalsh Talls I purchased in 2004.
No reason to fear Class D. Good ones sound great these days and Ohms love it.This. I loved them with my old PS Audio Trio amp (100/200 wpc, B&O ICE) and recently paired them with a Marantz HD-AMP1. Given the low wattage of this integrated (35/70 wpc, Hypex UcD ) I didn’t expect much and boy, was I wrong. Just fantastic. I would love to hear them with newer class D one day but, for now, I’m pretty happy where I’m at.