Bryston 7B with Gallo Reference 3.5 speakers

I am currently using a Bryston 4B sst amp to power my Gallo Reference 3.5 speakers (along with Gallo's Reference SA sub amp). It sounds good, but I'm wondering if a little more power beyond the 4B's 300 wpc into 8 ohms wouldn't sound even better, so I was considering a pair of Bryston 7B SST or SST2's. The Gallo specs say "Power Handling 350 watts RMS". has anyone put a larger amp like the 7B, at 600 wpc, into the Gallos? Will that work?
7B SST2 is pretty sick!!
Of course, it'll work. The question is will you actually utilize the additional power that a 7B SST provides. I doubt it unless your room is huge, you sit very far from the Gallos or you've already blown your hearing.

I owned a pair of 7B SST amps driving a pair of M&K 4 ohm reference monitors. The sound was effortless, relaxed and very transparent. While doing a level matched comparison of preamps, I checked the voltage at the speakers. I was surprised at how little power I was actually using at the typical SPL I listen.

I'd look into new speakers if you just have to spend some money.
Thanks, Bob. I was mostly wondering if, even at lower volume levels, I'd hear any improvements in bass, mids, or highs. They all sound good now, but was just curious how the 4B SST would compare to the 7B SSTs at any given volume
I've not used the Bryston, but bought a new Magtech to replace my Gamut D200. Driving VSA vr4jr's, th difference was dramatic in some areas. I never knew what the bass of these speakers was like until they had the power reserves of the Magtech. Really like a different speaker. Much more authoritative bass, tighter, just amazed me. Had purchased the amp to drive new Maggies and wanted to see what it would do while awaiting the speakers.
Guess the point I'm making is that the reserves of power WERE apparent, and audible. I'd say give it a shot.
Mountainpics, you may very well hear "differences" at typical volume levels between the 4B and 7B, but "improvements" is anyone's guess.

I've never heard a 4B SST, but I loved my 7B SSTs. In hindsight I could have saved a lot of money buying a 4B SST instead.