Usually amps by the same company have the same gain, regardless of size.
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It should work fine, I have two sets of Paradigm Studio 100's V2 (yes two sets in front)!, I have two McIntosh MC162's that are bridged (about 300 watts per channel) that power the bottoms, while I have two Antique AQ1008 105 watt tube monoblocks that power the mid's & tweeters. It sounds fantastic, so you see, you can have quite a varied setup. The input levels are matched even for this diverse setup.
Tim - I bi-amped my Proac 2.5s with a 25wt OTL on the woofers and a 3.5wt 2A3 SET on the tweeters. I have no idea why it worked but the sound was great. Remember, those woofers require a lot more current and drive than the tweeters. Alas, I finally got tired of the complication of this system and have sold both sets of amps for a single stereo tube amp (Audio Electronic Supply DJH Edition Super-Amp Signature). Watch out for all those damn cables!