Rotel, ATI or Parasound for Vienna Acoustic Straus

Hi, I'm looking for a 5 channel amp to drive my Vieena Acoustic Strausses and I'm thinking about Rotel, ATI or Parasound? Looking to but used and spend about a grand, + or -. Anyone actually listened to anything similar or have some relevant experience? It's hard to find these in my small town. Thanks so much for your help!
My experience with ATI is their smallest amp the AT602. I think the build quality is exceptional and the sonics just as neutral as my Bryston amps. ThHe person that bought my Spendor S8e speakers bought a new ATI AT3002 to drive them and he thought is was a very wise choice. ATI's warranty is 7 years and is transferrable.

A good friend uses Parasound's JC-1 amps and I would have no hesitation in recommending them to anyone. Parasound's warranty is 10 years - not sure if it transfers.

Rotel was my very first amp and they still hold my respect. I don't know the current warranty policy of Rotel.

I don't think choosing any of them would be a mistake, but I like the fact that ATI is manufactured in the US.

Depending on your other gear supporting balanced lines may be an advantage. ATI and Parasound support balanced lines.
I dont about ATI but I used to own Rotel and Parasound Halo. I would wholeheartedly recommend Parasound. It is a great balance between solid state dynamics and a bit of tubey warmth.
Thanks, guys. One question about Parasound (probably the 2505 I'd be interested in) I've heard they run pretty hot, while the ATI and Rotel are not. Any thoughts?
Assuming the bias is such that the amp just isn't a heater, then ensuring you have more power than you need will keep the heat issue at bay.

For example, when JA measured the Bryston 7B SST it shut down during the AES conditioning process he does at the beginning. The conclusion was that the heat sinks were insufficient. However, after several hours of use my pair are barely above ambient temperature. I just don't use anywhere near the 900 watts they can produce.