These speakers from Australian company Axis are a little over 2k US and provide remarkable sound for their dinky size. Designed by engineering rivals John Riley and Brad Serhan, I first heard them at the Newport Show last year when I was walking by an audio room with some friends. I heard something I hadn't heard that much at the show: Natural sound. I thought to myself: "Self, that sounds like a human voice in that room singing, not some tipped up recording. Let's investigate!" So I did, walking into the friendly room of COLLEEN CARDAS IMPORTS to investigate and I'm glad of it, these little buggers have served me quite well on many projects. They are pretty black lacquer, easy on the eyes, and the sound is accurate for such a small speaker. Would be perfect for anyone who likes a smaller speaker or has a smaller room. I carry them all over the house as needed, they even work well in my giant living room. Problem is, I have been using a friend's 60 watt amp to power them, it is now gone and I have nothing in the house that I can use with these; all of my amps are SETs! Not enough juice for a 83 db pair of loudspeakers, as fine as they are. They need at least 60 tube watts to shine. Any suggestions as to what to use? The field is wide open, anything over 60 watts will do.. Suggest something and I will investigate. I'm out of my league now, all I know anymore is 9 watt single ended triode amps! Thanks.