Current amp vs Voltage amp

Two different topologies with different intent. There are arguments for and against both technologies. Not having a electronics background I'm tying to get a clearer understanding.

Speaker matching including impedance and power requirements: how does one match 1:1 :: amps:speakers? General rule of Higher sensitivity benign/high impedance to tubes, and, low medium/sensitivty variable impedance to SS (considering they can be of higher power rating)?

This is not to see which is best, but to better understand the process of matching components.

Yes I know and you are very consistent in communicating the principles you design from and execute accordingly with your products, which I have heard sound pretty darn good.

But as I said its not the theory I have problem with, but the fact is that what I hear otherwise does not support it, and I do not think I am alone.

Its not that your way is a not a good way, I accept that it is, but the proposition that it is the only way or even the best way these days in all cases is debated.
Ralph does have some very valid points. For example it is believed that language evolved from "bird sounds" if that makes sense(prehistoric dialect)? Children are more sensitive to higher frequencies and sounds than adults, you can claim a part of that on desensitization/acclamatization etc. But it was a very specific purpose ... survival. Females like childeren are more in tune with their senses all for survival.
Plenty of research on this on the medical aspect.

However I'm wondering if one could near completely eliminates "any" distortion, as seen a few of the newer class D, is it possible to bypass the odd order issue?
It appears that most of us here agree the ultimate quest is sound quality. Which ever technology approach that gets you there, so be it.If someone truly believes a particular class D amplifier is equal or surpasses the sound quality of a tube amplifier with NFB absent then case closed, you've found the right amp for your needs. I've yet to experience this result and find the class D examples I've heard so far inferior in realism and natural sound.So newer technology withstanding, some older ideas and designs simply stand the test of time and at least to some listeners are the superior choice for sound quality. So it's good we rely on our ears regardless of what measurements and new technology may promise in theory. The audio marketplace caters to all the various preferences we have, choice is good.
I infer you have directed your post to me? Either ways I'm just curious about the alternatives, since this has been a one way argument "for" the power paradigm. I would have loved to see some valid discussion from the other side.
ITs not only the class D, but there are a few SS amps out there with newer tech or resurrection of a older tech that has some semblance with tubes.
"Real music" is a relative term. Like a picture one can take and make it more real with photoshop. "Accuracy" would be an appropriate term.

Let me bring up a point - tube amps are said to have a SNR of 80-90 dB. To listen to CD (16/44) in its full resolution you need 96dB or greater. For hi rez (24/96) you need a SNR of >144 dB. Higher the resolution, bigger is the SNR value. Also you need a "system" to play the music accurately, if that's what you mean by sound quality. Of course in life there is no free lunch, and where do we trade off is the question.
My post was a general observation based on my own listening opportunities. I thought my last sentence made it clear where I'm coming from.What I prefer has nothing to do with your own specific listening experiences and conclusions. Some hear similar to me and others don't . We're all here just expressing our individual opinions. What ever amplifier topology suits you is fine with me. I just know what sounds better to me.