Ouch, that sounds mighty bright!
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I've experience with both....AND I DOUBLE THE "OUCH, THAT SOUNDS BRIGHT" STATEMENT!!!!
Not that it's totally out of hand, but I think tubes somewhere in that systm is deparately needed!
good luck. I think the Maggies do better with some tube magic here and there, or all the way through. But the Analyticla sound of the Krell and Maggies makes for a mighty edgy combo! However, everyone's hearing is different. I've come across a lot of people who have a tad rolled off ears, and this kind of thing would work great for them. I guess you'll have to tinker fo find out!
I don't know about Maggies, but they were (are) great with all Apogee's. Apogee used Krell internal amps not only to power the subwoofer on theit famous $85,000 Grand speaker, but also used Krell for the internal tweeter amp.
I heard that speaker with two pairs of the Krell Audio Standard amps running the rest of the speaker and the sound was fantastic.