Why No McIntosh Recommendations?

As I read, and continually read through posts, nobody really talks to McIntosh Products, or recommends McIntosh Products.  Why?  I can understand why they are not getting their just due.  I think their sound stage is incredible and the tube products offer incredible warmth.  I own the 2600 PreAmp, 2152 Amp, and MT5 Turntable.  I love what they do for my Sonos Faber Serafino’s.  I’m a big fan.  Why don’t y’all talk to them more.  Now I know we all have our bias.  And I know that they may be out of many price ranges, but they are wonderful products, in my ears.  

BTW - Currently Listening to Hugh Maskela’s Hope on a Quality Pressings Release!  Sounds superb!  Excellent recording whether you are listening to a CD or a high quality a 180 Release from the original master tapes.
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I took the leap to Mcintosh product a while back. I have a C2500 pre-amp. It beat out AR, CJ and VTL. It has two internal phono sections, MC&MM plus multiple line level inputs and an internal DAC.

The first great stereo I heard was in 1971 and it was a simple Macintosh pre and power amp... It changed my life... I am 63 now and finally got a Mac pre but had to buy a A21+ as a amp due to cost... The preamp is a C41 and is so smooth and quiet and pleasing it's relaxing and peaceful up here now. I went thru a few good pre's but in the end I knew it was going to be a Mac that would work for me. I want simple and clean and that is what I have now... it has taken over a month for the amp to settle down but everything is there. I wanted to go all Mac but with the power I needed to run my speakers { i had a MC 7100 but my speakers ate it up lol } I couldn't afford that road. Maybe one day... The A21+ is amazing and I am happy........ would like the blue light show to be honest! :)
mrdecible...thanks, but check the tests.  Pin
...the tests of the day...my greater point was, of course, speaker load match-ups of the day was far from general knowledge.  More Peace, Pin