The right match


I have a Pathos Logos hybrid integrated amp. Looking to match the best speakers with this unit and cables. Thanks for your feedback.
audiofool1
Floorstanding or bookshelf? What's your taste in music? How big is your room?

I took a quick look at your amp and it appears to put out 110 wpc in 8; 220 wpc into 4. That means it can adequately drive hundreds of different speakers available. How could anyone possibly tell you which would be best for you or your amp?

Sorry brother, but questions like yours lead to a popularity poll and most of the answers you'll get are what someone already has or wants to have.

My advise is to go out and audition, audition, audition...
Your amp will properly drive most of what your likely to listen to with no worries. But if you really want to know what this stranger on the internet would recommend, I'll be happy to give it.
Well said Paraneer. Too many variables to determine what will be "the best" for the Logos.

Audiofool1, source, size of room, and taste in music will be a good starting point.
Forgot to ask, What will be your budget?
In general, good advice from Paraneer.
I took a quick look at your amp and it appears to put out 110 wpc in 8; 220 wpc into 4. That means it can adequately drive hundreds of different speakers available.
I'm not so sure that this can be concluded right away even tho' the output stage is solid-state. the SoundStage review says:
www.soundstagehifi.com:
....The Logos's solid-state output stage is true dual-mono and outfitted with oversized transformers and power supplies to "deliver high current into even demanding loads." Given the Logos's almost 60 pounds, I suspect that these claims are not made lightly....
I beg to differ slightly - while nearly 60 lbs is not a light weight, it's not very heavy for an amplifier that the SoundStage reviewer is claiming to be high current. A high current power transformer itself easily weighs close to 60 lbs itself for 100W/ch into 8 Ohms. So, for the total amp to be nearly 60 lbs tells me that its current delivery capacity is limited & that while it'll drive many loudspeakers in the market you'll have to exercise some caution in your selection. For example, don't go out & buy a B&W floor-standing speaker. Sure, your integrated will drive it but you won't hear the best the speaker is capable of.
Similarly for cables - try to buy cables that are lower in capacitance/ft. There are some cables in the market that are high in C/ft - these are likely to give your amp some/a lot of trouble such as the amp might oscillate (high heat dissipation due to oscillations), rolled off highs, etc. There are plenty of low/lower C/ft cables available so you can steer clear of the high C/ft cables & it'll come down to what type of sonics float your boat.
FWIW.