Yes. I used, among others at different times, Soundlabs and PK restored stacked 57 Quads, driven by SS and tubes at different times. A Tact 2.2 XP helped tremendously. REmember, too, that the TacT, Lyndorf types correct for phase and arrival times, too. With phase correct speakers (single drivers included), you'll almost certainly be well pleased , more likely, amazed at the level of articulation and tonal balance.
I don't argue with the religious zeal of the analogue fan, I have nice analog and if I could avoid the DAC issue, I'd love to, but that's a necessary evil with TacT/lyndorf. With that, I have an uneasy truce. Rives, anyone?
However, in my system, in my room, I wouldn't even want to hear it without High quality EQ. I know what music sounds like and have over $90k in a sytem. Trust me, without EQ, my room sounds terrible.
Some of us don't have rooms that will work with us, dimensionally or otherwise, and that CANNOt be corrected with traps, panels, etc. Electronic treatments are just necessary at that point. Maybe I'lll have a better room one day (my equipment is just fine, thanks), but for now, I swear by room EQ. It doesn't matter if it's di-polar or not (I'm using Lowther single drivers now and it still sounds pretty good).