I don’t know to what extent, but Doshi amplifiers are made to suit Wilson speakers. They are commonly seen at shows. I own VAC which is another line with decent wattage and adjustable output impedance.
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This statement from Stereophile bench tests should give you an indication of what will be asked from the amp.
And I would add the word "very" in front of comfortable.
A combination of 5 ohms and –47° phase angle at 57Hz suggests that the Yvette will sound best with amplifiers that are comfortable driving 4 ohm loads.Cheers George
owning yvette’s and using with a couple of high end ss amps i’m curious as to your desire for tubes. i tried an ARC Ref 75se, which is a great tube amp, and found it too soft on top and too warm/ripe in bass to be a great fit. regardless i find the speaker to be so musical and sweet on top that a neutral SS amp mates better for me. i prefer the resolution and detail of ss. ymmv
owning yvette’sSame wave length, exactly why I posted put "very" in front of comfortable with 4ohms
As the Yvette’s dip to 3ohms around 100hz also where all the muscle from an amp is needed.
Not to mention the impedance /-phase load around 56hz Stereophile mention.