What amp do use to drive your Klipsch Cornwall I,

What amp, tube or solid state are you using to drive our Klipsch Cornwall I's or II's. I hear allot about 6BQ5/EL34 amps and Horns. Of course the Cornwall need more power than the LaScalla or KHorns. I see allot of people use simple receivers on their Klipsch too. I want to stay with separates so power amp tube or solid state. What are you using with excellent results?
Threshold or Pass Labs were the best for mine.
I used Naim, adcom, and rotel with fine results.
I use Dyna ST-70, ST-35 and Stromberg-Carlson ASR-433 on my Fortes. Should work great with the cornies.
McIntosh, BAT or Edge. All three work very well with Cornwalls or any Klipsch Heritage model.

Have used from 5wpc to 600wpc on Cornwalls. Bottom line you are going to need to experiment and let your ears/wallet decide. Lot of choices in Tubes, Solid State or a combination of both.

Have fun!
I use a PrimaLuna Dialouge 2 with my Cornwalls, works great!
Of course the Cornwall need more power than the LaScalla or KHorns.

There is no reason they should need more power than LaScalla or Khorns. They use the same mid driver and tweet. Sensitivity on them is around 102db. You should be able to drive them with low watt SET amps if desired. I've always preferred tubes with Klipsch Heritage myself. You have a very wide range to choose from.
I have the Cornwall III's, I use a new McIntosh MA6600 for the pre-amp section only, driving an older pair of Luxman MB3045 tube monoblocks, 50 watt/ch. The sound is fantastic, although at times I wish I had a little more power.

I found the 200 watts/ch of the MAC was a little too much punch for the horns.
Hey, I just joined the club! I picked up a nice pair of 1977 Cornwalls on Friday. One tweeter was inoperable, and a new set of diaphragms is on the way to me. With luck, I should be up and running this weekend.

I'm going to keep the Fortes though..........at least for now.
I've tried lots of amps, both solid state and tube (McIntosh, Jolida, Cary, Quicksilver, Audio Research, etc...) but always come back to a modded Scott 299 EL-84 tube integrated. Just something about that sound. Musical, non-fatiguing and warm. Have fun experimenting!