My only thought is does it matter if the gain of the two amps is different, does it matter?
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I have been bi-amping my Kef Reference Series 3-2 for several years. I use a Conrad-Johnson Premier 11 tube amp for the "highs" and a C-J MF2250 SS unit for the "Bass". I have been very pleased with this set up. Only draw back is dual interconnects from my C-J Premier 17LS and dual sets of speaker cable ($expensive$). Yes it does work, and work well....tube smoothness and detail in the high range and the SS slam for the bass end. I would stay in the same family of amps, if possible, and contact the mfg. for recommendations. Gain and impedance, as well as output wattage of each amp can become an issue. This is why I stayed within the C-J family. Good Luck!