A lot of people might use that amp to drive magnapan 1.6's.
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try the taylo ref monitor or the taylo ref 1 or ref 2. If you have the money go for the Linnbrook.
You may want to search the archives regarding tyler stuff - search under tyler and taylo .
I have the Ref 2's and am driving them with a pair of Classe dr-9 amps. His speakers are made for SS amps of which Bryston is one of the best bargains out there.
Definetly check out the PMC speaker line. PMC is a British company that works directly with Bryston. Bryston distributes PMC in North America, and PMC distributes Bryston in UK. Go to "bryston.ca" for info. Almost any movie in recent history use Bryston/PMC for mastering soundtracts. Many major recording studios are using Bryston/PMC for mastering. I use a 3B-ST amp and PMC FB-1 speakers. Perfect match.
Thanks to everyone to date for the great speaker suggestions.
Unsound: Normally I would offer the same advice. I usually upgrade every 7 years or so, however, my 8 year old Denon amp had to be put to pasture (served me well all of these years), so I needed to start the upgrade with a good Amp. With the bryston and I felt I would have an extremely good selection of speakers to pick from to continue the upgrade.
Again thanks to all.
Thanks to all for your suggestions. I just purchased a used pair of Tyler Acoustics Linbrook monitors direct from Tyler Acoustics and am pleased as hell. The soundstage, clarity and bass of these speakers is exactly what I was looking for, and the build quality and appearence are out of this world. Ty's company is great to work with and his products IMO speak for themselves. There are, I know, better speakers out there by specs and reviews; but for my needs, budget and most importantly my ears, the linbrooks do it all.
I did recently add a ARC SP16 tube pre to the Bryston and now, combined with the Linbrooks, am finally off the upgrade path (for now...you all know how this hobby is)and can concentrate on acquiring music and listening.