Integrated amps for Sonus Concertino

Hi, I've narrowed it down to 2 integrated amplifier to drive my Sonus Faber Concertino: Electrocompaniet ECi-3 and the Audio Analogue Puccini SE (55watts). I know the extra juice of the ECi-3 is a welcome, but my budget allows up to the Puccini SE only. Can someone tell me whether the Audioanalogue is enough to drive the Concertino. My room is about 30 sq. meters. Thanks
If you decide on the Electrocompaniet I have one for sale for $1275.00 if that helps.
Do not over look the new Music Fidelity A3 sold through Audio Advisor for $1000 brand new. It comes with a nice phono stage and a superb dual monaural design. You'll also get a free 30 day in house test..if you don't like it, send it back for full credit. It is more powerful than either of these integrateds at 85 WPC, and if you need more they have the sister model is the A300 at 150 WPC for $1500. I'd certainly eliminate the Puccini as it is no match for this bargin. Good luck, Mark
Electrocompaniet is very good. I have heard it a lot with other speakers. Beautiful sound. Many people who use Jadis integrated use Sonus Faber speakers(and vice-versa). It is considered a match made in heaven.
Go for the Musical Fidelity A300. Its wonderfull just for $1500. You get tubelike sound in solidstates.
The Electrocompaniet is one remarkable product compared with the AA Puccini. However,knowing the Fabers rep for having to be driven with power amps to make it "SING". The odds are against your choice. Fortunately, the BRITEGRATEDS like the Fidelity mentioned is a very good choice. Power,control and musicality....(now the Brits are churning out powerhouses at down to earth prices.)