You have the distinct advantage to hear both amplifiers in your system, this far exceeds opinions from posters who are unable listen to your system. Trust what you hear.
I would ditch the yaqin. I had one years ago and it was quite the piece of junk. It was a hybrid 80wpc integrated amp that caught on fire and took out a pair of Vandersteen 2ce speakers with it. The build quality was terrible and the insides had many sharp edges. I believe I purchased it directly from China. I couldn't get it fixed locally, so in the trash can it went.
I left $10k worth of CJ gear for $6.5k worth of PL - not missing CJ at all. Totally content with Prologue Premium pre-amp +mono-blocks running EL-34s into Harbeth compacts 7ES-3s. still playing with 8 vs 4 ohm taps. The CJ ET3se was a PITA ime. The mf2550se died on me. PL sounds better to me than CJ combo.
Personally I'd ditch the Yaqin. I have yet to hear what the craze is over the brand, maybe I have not heard the right model. The Rogue is a beast with 100wpc from TungSol KT120s, not really a need for tube friendly speakers with a Cronus, plenty in reserve. You may want to try moving to the 4 ohm tap on the amp; you need to remove the top and switch the (+) wire on the terminals but it makes a huge difference with obviously difficult to drive 4 ohm speakers and many 8 ohm too. Too many tube amps is a great problem to have. Cheers! -Mike