Integrated Tube Amp For Soliloquy 5.0 Speakers

I'm looking into taking the plunge into tubes for my Soliloquy babies. Interested in only hearing about integrateds to keep it simpler to start. What are you using and are you getting good results?
Primaluna - Well built, not expensive, and idiot proof. Check it out. Oh, BTW, it sounds pretty good too. It errs on the warm side of neutral. Not a bad thing, IMHO.
Have the Prologue II.Treat the tube pins with SST/E-SST.Very neutral,warmth can be minimized with after-market power cord.I used the passive Omega Mikro "blue".Not what I typically expect from a $1300 unit,a keeper.
Tpsonic, Doesn't the manufacturer warn against using treatments on tube pins? I seem to recall seeing that in the manual.

You are correct, the manual warns against treating the tube pins. I purchased the Prima Luna Prologue Two about 4 months ago and I have not been happier with any audio puchase in 35 years of spending 1/2 of my paycheck on audio stuff (I even wrote a review of the Prima Luna here). I am now considering replacing the Musical Fidelity A300 power amp with a Prima Luna Prologue Five ... the Prima Lunas are that good. If I were to sum up my comments, buy the Prima Luna, plug it in, and be amazed as to how good an amp it is. There is nothing else that you need to do. Yes ... I am an obvious, unabashed Prima Luna fan.

Regards, Rich
In case you don't want to join the Prima Luna bandwagon, I would suggest the Jolida 302b. I liked it so much I have to suggest it to you as an excellent alternative. It is also inexpensive but looks great and sounds very impressive. Arthur
I am using an Audio Aero Prima. It is a hybrid integrated using one tube in the preamp section. I have it driving Soliloquy 6.2i's. Used this integrated is a steal in the $600 to $700 range. It has plenty of power for dynamic music
along with pretty good base.
Rarl, I have the Five as well as the One. I've never heard the Two. I put the Five in my main system with SED KT88's. Its just a tad rich in the bass but, frankly, I've come to love it that way (after repositioning my speakers a little). Go for it.
Yes,I know what the manual says,but the improvement is worth it.Just be careful and don't treat any portion but the tips pf the pins.I don't plan on returning mine.I even treated the ribbon cable on the Gamut {running between the digital and analog boards-nice}.
I have used the Jolida 302b with the 5.0's with excellent results and I can highly recommend that combo. I am currently using the 5.0's with a Cary SLI-80 with even better results, but at much greater expense. I'm sure the Prima Luna would be an excellent choice, as well, and it would be more user friendly since it is auto biasing.