Power Amp for Sonus Faber Electa Amatour

Looking for suggestions regarding a power amp to drive Sonus Faber Electa Amatour II speakers....$4K price range more or less
Have you considered going the integrated amp route?? If so, Sonus Faber makes a BEAUTIFUL integrated called the Musica which would match the Electa Amators perfectly. I believe it lists for around $3000 new. Check it out on the SF website ... It is worth buying on looks alone!!
I have a pair of Sonus Faber Extremas. I audtioned amps quite a bit and I found Classe Audio to be the best match by far. Nothing even came close to the classe.
I recently purchased the Sonus faber Concertos, and have paired them with a McCormack DNA 0.5 Deluxe and Anthem Pre 1 tube pre-amp with NOS Valvo tubes. The sound is absolutely beautiful. The McCormack DNA 0.5 and 1 Deluxe models can be found on this site at good prices. Wonderful, highly rated, excellent build quality - audition the McCormack.
Sonus Faber prefer solid state amps....fast solid state I'd recommend Spectral or the best Goldmund....even a small one...will be perfect. Enjoy it
You need high quality solid states to drive big magnetics in EA. Being both physically superior(Esotar tweetor..) and well tuned in singing music, it tends to pay back as much as you invest in source and amplication. I recommand Spectral dma-150 or Pass monos.
I use the Bow Technologies Wazoo integrated amplifier for my Sonus Faber Electra Speakers. The unit sells for around $3,500, is very smooth, very musicial and I suggest you listen to it in your system. The Sonus Faber Musica Integrated amplifier is another unit I suggest you try.
Well,Mjang 9 you are wrong Electra Amtor II is not using Esotar tweeter which is one of the best and very expensive.. Electra AmtorII has cheap focal not more than $ 70 wholesale which make them very bad buy in US specially...$ 6500 retail that' nuts.....
To Duzykot: your wrong about the tweeter: it's a ScanSpeak although not the top of the line Revelator, by many considered the best tweeter in the world.
To the integrated (nice, small), the Goldmund, Spectral, and Aleph (all EXCELLENT choices), do add YBA Passion, S-Line RG4 (a bit beyong the price). All these amps share driving power and "musicality" that can make the Amator rock n sing. Your ears will do the rest.
Good luck!