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How would the Klipsch KLF-10 speakers do with low powered set tube amp?
Any opinions on this speaker?
fromunda
It should do just fine...as tubes and Klipsch are a good match.

What tube amp are you looking at ?
2a3 set dht made by a friend about 8-10wpc
might want to look at the prices of the 2a3 tubes....not cheap.
For what it's worth 45 SET mono amps seem to drive Klipsch Cornwall IIs very well.
05-01-10: Riley804
might want to look at the prices of the 2a3 tubes....not cheap.
Depends on one's idea of cheap, I suppose, and the necessity of NOS tubes.

I own a pair of 2A3 push-pull monoblocks. Sovtek 2A3 tubes, which sound excellent in these amps, cost about $80/pair.

To me, that's pretty reasonable.
"How would the Klipsch KLF-10 speakers do with low powered set tube amp?"
The KFF-10 speakers would work very well and sound good. There's always a better sounding speaker to purchase but if you like horns, Klipsch is a good way to go. I've owned many. As far as pricing of 2A3 tubes...there are many to choose from at different prices...no problem. I used a 5 watt 2A3 monoblocks with Klipsch speakers.
An SE 2A3 amp is not even close to driving my 97db sensitive Klipsch Fortes on wideband material. Caveat emptor.
I used the Klipsch KLF-30 speakers.
I have Klipsch KLF-20 in HT setup with Yamaha RXV-3000.
My Yaqin MC10L (50W tube amp) sounds much much more musical than Yamaha on KLF.
Yamaha does OK for movies, though.