try a Carver sunfire amplifier or maybe a pair of them
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I listened to a pair of these Friday afternoon. They were powered by the biggest Bryston stereo amp and a current model Levinson amp rated at 200/400 wpc. Neither of these amps could get these speakers to open up. I was thoroughly unimpressed. To be fair though, i did notice that one of the ribbon tweeters was moving in unison with low frequency input, so my guess is that something was very wrong with at least one of these speakers. Sean
you are going backwards with the parasound...the levinson is in another league.....maybe a 600 or 1000 watt McIntosh monoblock...maybe the autoformers will help with the low impedance and demands of your speakers...
a Bryston 6b or 7b is a 500 watt monoblock that can be wired to operate in parallel if that helps; these amps work well into low resistances and are moderately priced considering...about 2000 or a little more