Their SET 300B mono-blocks would be a great match for horn based speakers.
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I had a pair of Canary CA-160 tube monoblocks several years ago. They sounded really good with my not so tube friendly Piega P10 speakers.
One day an output transformer blew. Canary wanted almost as much to repair as the amps were worth. They could offer no explanation as to what happened or instill any confidence to me that it wouldn't happen again. I sold them the amps for about 1/3 of their worth instead of repairing the bad one. It's unfortunate because I was very happy with the their performance.
I have a few amps but I got a deal on a Canary Audio M90 and I am very impressed with it . The build and sound quality are top shelf. I currently have the following amps besides the M90 in my system and the Canary more than holds it own: Odyssey Audio Kismet Reference Monos, First Watt Sit 3 and Cary Audio 211 AE.Talk to Larry Diaz at the High End Palace he is great to deal with and is first class all the way.
A pair of ca 160 mono blocks and a ca 801 l and ca801p. They will drive just about any speaker. They have the rich tube beauty. The preamp is one of the best I have ever listened to. You will enjoy your time with your canary. Remember though you will likely marry your canary pieces not one really understands how good they are. Pieces I have looked at for five years are still on ebay. If you buy canary buy the best you can afford because you will own them for along time. Used and new old stock pieces are at huge discounts over msrp.