An SA/3 will be more than adequate. MMGs don't take much at all especially in a small room.
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Mr J- Keep in mind that the MMG rolls off quickly below 80hz. If you have a hunger for the bottom octaves while listening to "all types of music": You may have to consider a subwoofer. The MG12 or 1.6's wouldn't suffer that lack. All are excellent speakers above that frequency. Outside of that caveat, I agree with the above posts. Happy listening!
Mr J- Personally, I used a Dahlquist DQ-LP1(slightly modded) for bi-amping planars(Acoustats and Maggies) in my systems for about 25 years. They are still available on the used market and very popular. See page 13 of this newsletter for a little info on it: (http://www.avahifi.com/root/audio_basics/ab_pdf/ab1989.pdf) Of Course- That would require a separate powered sub, or amp & sub which may be more than you want to deal with. There are self-contained subwoofers out there that provide a means to adjust for the phase shifts that occur when the subwoofer is placed out of time alignment with the mains. Without that ability, your imaging, sound staging and focus suffer greatly.