Kharma Midi Grandes vs Eggleston Andra II

I would greatly appreciate any input regarding a comparison of these 2 speakers for a 23 X 15 foot room with a high vaulted ceiling.
Amp Atma-sphere Ma-2.2
just from top of my head i would think that amp would be much better suited for the kharmas the andras are really power hungry and iwould think be better with solid state
lets see what other "gurus" have to say i have the kharma
grand ceramiques my partner has the andra II's ??? ted
How do your and your partner's sounds compare?
Do you think I could e-mail him?
two very unique sounds with different amps and different front ends he just moved dont know his e-mail status and he is kind of an audio snob so i dont know how much info he could give you anyway call me if you want 800-900-2057
Just saw this thread. The Andra II's are not power-hungry the way the originals were. Any really good 100 watt per channel amp would probably be fine, although solid state is probably better to control the bass. I use a pair of Mac 501's, and the meters never go more than a very small bit over 50 watts on even the very loudest passages.
Since you're in this price range and you have Atma-Sphere MA-2s, consider the Eidolon speakers. They are driven very well by the MA-2s and the two make a great synergistic combination. (It's the speaker/amp combination I live with.) If you're prepared to work on the rest of your system matching the speed, detail, neutrality and transparency of the MA-2s, then the Eidolons are well worth considering. They will be quicker and more articulate than the Andras, and they will be somewhat more neutral than the Kharmas.
Early music tonight:
Esther Lamandier, "Decameron" Astree AS 56
Martin Best, "The Dante Troubadours" Nimbus 45017
Joculatores Upsalienses, "Early Music a Wik" BIS LP 3
Woops, sorry this last bit got posted to the wrong thread...