Best AMP for GE Triton Reference Speakers

Now that it’s my turn for Christmas, I’m asking for advice on what AMP users would suggest using with GoldenEar Triton Reference speakers? My budget is 10k, I have a local dealer who will let me bring home and test the amps they carry for a few days each - which include: Parasound JC5, Anthem STR, McIntosh MC312 and MC462, and Rotel’s Michi S5. Are there any other brands/ manufactures you would suggest checking out?

For more details: This is a dual-purpose room; listening room/ home theater but with an emphasis on music over movies. The room is well treated to reduce echo, but far from "dead sounding." The dimensions are 12 ft wide, 20 feet deep, and 8.5ft ceilings. I am looking for a neutral, resolving and detailed amp over warmth or musicality without sounding too lean esp in the midrange. I also don’t want to go below 200 watts for home theater purposes, so I believe that a tube amp is out of the question. I’m hoping to make a purchase decision on or around January 10th. I appreciate everyone’s input in advance. I also listen to a variety of music, but lean towards rock music and usually at mid listening levels (70 to 80 SPL) but with movies that can go quite a bit louder with explosions/ etc. 


Never heard GoldenEar speakers sound good. I'd revisit your system after a serious rethink.

I have an Anthem P2 statement amp now. Which could explain why I lean towards that sound. 

@noromance What do you not like about them? (Not trying to argue, just curious of what your thoughts are.) 

I would try an Aesthetix Atlas Stereo, tube front end, SS drive, legendary Jim White engineering.

The PS Audio BHK 250 also a good hybrid alternative along with Atlas. You can try the BHK 260 in your home with your gear for 30 days too.  I've owned one for over five years and driven over a half dozen different speakers with it.  I owned Triton 5's for a while and a lean amp is not what you want with Triton speakers long term. I would stick with a hybrid amp and a tube preamp based on my experience if you need to run it for long periods of time.