Somewhere I read that the Klipsch line because of the sensitivity (99db,Palladium) is well suited to tube amplifiers. Most of the tube amplifiers that I see are in the 20-100 watt range... I'm looking at a Manley Labs 300B Pre Amp with a Cary 805 AE.... The Cary 805 AE is rated at 50 watts into an 8 ohm load.
I've also read a few articles on impedence matching... and the effects of lower impedence on tube amplifiers whereby the lower impedences cause the tube amp to have to produce more current... something they don't like to do...
Also on the Klipsch site it mentions an amp should have at least as much power in watts to be safe as the speaker is rated at (continuously).. in this case thats 400 watts for the Palladium.
My question is... with something like the Palladium that is rated at 4 ohms and has a impedence fall off between the 100 hz and 400 hz range.. (I saw this somewhere on the Palladium site)... this is going to cause the tube amp to produce more current... is this a setup that can work OR is it too much (LOW IMPEDENCE) for a SET Tube amp rated at 50 watts@ 8 OHMS to handle...?