Try Bryston 7b or 9b. The sst versions if you can find and afford as well.
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I would consider a few different amps.
The Parasound HCA-2200 is an unbelievable amp for subs, loads of power and current! The other would be the Citation 7.1.
Both are in the sub $800 range, and both are great stereo amps, that also push subs quite well.
The other RARE option, would be the Soundstream amps, the DA-1, and DA-2. The 1, if I recall, is only about an inch and half tall, high current, loads power, and FABULOUS amps.
Those, if found, sell for less than $300!
I had always thought that Subs and Bass drivers are the easiest loads to drive.
I have a set of speakers coming that I can Tri-amp and have been trying to figure out what might be the best and most cost effective amps to use.
For the bottom end I ideally would go for an amp that has a high Damping factor rating.
In the past I thought that Adcom got things correct in the Bass department.There was or is a set of Muse's on Agon that would also fit the bill.The reveiws I have read where positive results in the Bass department are as follows:
There must be more!