I have used the following amps with my GE Triton Refs:
Odyssey Stratos, very dynamic sounding and I loved the paring. I wish I had kept this amp, it was a winning combination.
Conrad Johnson MF2550: at 250wpc I was expecting great things but I found the sound lackluster. It was a thick syrupy sound that was hard to get used to which I could not. It was my first and last CJ amp. I could not warm up to the sound.
McIntosh MC 152: This 150wpc amp with the Auto Transformers really packed a punch. It had endless power and never sounded strained. It was my end all amp until……..
McIntosh MC 302: this 300wpc powerhouse was everything the MC152 had and more. The sound had full authority and was effortless. I could hear all the nuances in the music and every aspect of the sound sounded first class to me. This amp is my end all amp and a keeper. IMO, it doesn’t get any better than this.
At this point my system is done and there won’t be any more changes. Associate equipment is McIntosh C2500 tube preamp, McIntosh MR88 FM Tuner, Esoteric SACD player, Sony Music server & Technics SL 1200G Turntable. Speaker cables are Canare 4S11, interconnects are mixed as I selected each to compliment the connected component consisting of Nordost Red Dawn interconnect Acrolink interconnect & digital cable, Groneberg Quattro ref interconnects, Furutech phono cable, Shunyata power cords and Shunyata Hydra power conditioners. I also have 2 dedicated 20 amp lines and a dedicated 15 amp line using Shunyata wall outlets
I hope this info helps you out. My room is 16 by 18 with 10 foot high ceilings and speakers are set up on the long wall. I sit 12 feet from the speakers, dead center.