Which Integrated with Power,Current, and Bass

In your system, at a show, in a showroom, or at a friend's, what integrated amplifier have you heard produces solid low end (bass), highs etc consistently with whatever speakers you heard it with?  I'm looking for a solid state integrated in the $2500 and under range that can accomplish the above with my Klipshch RF 7II which although seemingly efficient are a challenging load dropping down in the bass region below 4 ohms.  I listen mostly to classic jazz with a little rock, r&b mixed in.  Or, which manufacturer have you heard consistently produce integrated amplifiers producing solid low end with whatever speakers? caveat: I don't like anything lean or that tends towards lean!  Would love to try an integrated that doubles down, but that seems out of my price range with the exception of the Krell (used).  Need a fairly smooth amp up top because the Klipsch horn can sometimes get harsh. Not interested in tubes though. Currently using Anthem 225 but not convinced.

Have thought about:
Vincent SV-237mk
Musical Fidelity M6si
Yamaha A-S1100
Parasound Hint 6 or Halo
Krell S-300i
Musical Fidelity A5

I use the MF A5

Have gone thru several speakers on my own upgrade path.

Running ATC SCM11v2s right now and am enjoying the synergy.

Power: yes! (scare the neighbors loud with no strain)
Grip & Control: yes
Clean bass: yes
Balanced Highs: yes

I've also heard some Bryston integrateds that you could consider for your list.
Thanks erikt! I almost bought an MF A5 last week.

I forgot one integrated on my list of considerations, the Peachtree Nova300.

Also, the integrated should have a phono stage. I currently have a Thorens TD 160 to consider.

Other sources: Underwood mod Jolida JD 100, 2 Don Allen modded Philips and Marantz changers, Krell SACD Standard III, Macbook Pro

Can you speak to the effect of not liking the Anthem 225?
The new Anthem STR Integrated amp is very fine indeed. Quite a step forward from the 225.  Happy Listening!