klipsch horns

I have a pair of klipsch corner horns and heard they sound best with tube amps, I was wondering what amp sounded best and is reasonably priced?
I have a pair of Quicksilver Horn Monos driving Belle Klipsch speakers in a large room. They work extremely well. The 2A3 SET amps were not powerful enough in my room. The Quicksilver Horn Monos are an excellent match for Klipsch Horn Speakers.
A friend has a pair powered by 2A3 SET amps built by John Wiesner, who partnered with Arthur Loesch in the post. Amazing amp designs and incredible craftsmanship. They put out 1.5 watts, I believe, which is definitely enough for these K-horns in his room (set up properly). Heard 8 watt push pulls and they didn't have the magic, and the volume control never got above 9:00 - not enough play for me because they got too loud too quick. 845 and KT88's & 300B's all had their merits but the 2A3's have a special magic.

I have had Khorns for the past ten years, VTL works wonders with them,both the integrated amp and their seperates, right now I use the 2.5 with the st 85 it simply kills.
I would suggest looking at Sunfire amps. I'm powering my Klipsch KLF-20's with a Sunfire amp (225watts) and they absolutely sing. I was using an Adcom amp prior to that and it just didn't provide the dynamics that these speakers are capable of. I also switched out my Monster IC's and speaker cable for some RSA Poeima IC's and VooDoo Reference Bi-Wire speaker cable.

Vman, Adcom is the absolute worst amp choice for Klipsch, Sunfire is much better, tube is what he needs, the 2a3 or 300b,or 45, any experienced Klipsch owner will usually end up with one of these [flea] set amps, try one, youll see.