That was my point. I was trying to tell the OP that the Lyngdorf TDAI 3400 will not be a good choice for his Paradigm Prestige 95F. It is a class D amplifier design after all which can sound sterile lean thinner and on the brighter and cooler side of neutral. I think for his Paradigm Prestige 95F speakers he would need a warmer fuller sounding integrated amp.
Plus based on my own experience currently using the Lyngdorf MP-50 HT processor after previously been using the Classe SSP 800, I can confirm your findings about the Lyngdorf TDAI 3400 digital stereo integrated amp. Yup....even the Lyngdorf MP-50 HT processor sounding somewhat lean thin and a bit bright and can be fatiguing at times in comparison to the Classe SSP 800 that I had in my dedicated HT room. However, the clarity and resolution of the Lyngdorf MP-50 is excellent but lacking body and volume in comparison to the Classe SSP 800. Overall tonally the Classe SSP 800 sounded more balanced than the Lyngdorf MP-50. The reason I got rid of the Classe SSP 800 and bought the Lyngdorf MP-50 was because I wanted Dolby Atmos, DTS-X & Auro 3-D, which the SSP 800 cannot support.
Frankly, I missed the SSP 800 sound, it sounded just right. Especially when watching bluray concert films or musical films on bluray & 4k UHD discs, the Classe SSP 800 was more musical and was better than the Lyngdorf MP-50.