Unbelievable Solid State Amp at 2-3k ran

Once again, like others, I am in the quest of something that will stop the jitters of potential better, more slamming sound than what I presently own. I have had a Nak PA-7, which sounded great but ran out of steam when driving my Gershman X-1 and Sw-1 subwoofer combo. Currently I own a Sonic Frontiers Power 2, which by the way, does not seem to suffer much noticable clipping as the Nak, at 110 watts per channel tube. Is there an amp out there that will add great, slamming bass with ABS control on it and yet sound ridiculously neutral, but not frigid at the range of 2-3k used or new? Maybe I should continue to stick to what I have, but I cannot help, but to wonder. I was wondering about those old Pass Aleph 2 monos. Do they provide current, or are they simply underpowered for what I want?


PS: Preamp, SFL-2, CDP=Panasonic DVD transport, Bel Canto DAC-1 processor, MR 78 Mcintosh tuner.
Get a usedl MLevinson 331 or 332. I have tried the 331 driving large Nautilus to incredibel levels. The key thing is the amplifiers' current capability, don't trust manufacurers' power ratings.
Try a Van Alstine Fet/Valve 350hc or 550hc. The bass on those is really tight, no overhang. Its really clean down low, you can hear the texture in the bass. www.avahifi.com They have a return if it doesn't work for you.
The Pass 2 is a great amp, but I think it seems a little less powerful than the average 100 watt amp. I have some 150 watt tube amps that are much more powerful than the 100 watt monos, other than that the Pass amps are awesome in the 2-3k range. If you like tubes, you will probably like the Aleph 2s.
I agree Levinson 331 or 332 will blow your mind and also be in your system for many many years to come you will not feel the need to upgrade that amp. good luck