Most resolving, transparent amps.

What has your experience been in amplifiers?

The most transparent, detailed amps you've encountered.
I like to hear everything that's going on and follow the different lines and instruments but it does need to come together musically.
Dead quiet, black background, dimesnional, layered, imaging, open, extended top end - all qualities of top amps, I think. Let the music come through as it was put on the disc - no editorializing.

What have you found?
To answer your question, Bubul57, absolutely great recordings sound better on highly resolving systems.
Muralman1, I agree. It is why I have a "transparent" setup, and a "musicality" setup. The easiest wat to do that I think is neutrality throughout, and "voicing" with a preamp.
I am currently using a Marsh a400s amp coupled with a Superphon Dual Mono preamp (upgraded and modified by Stan Warren), and speakers with internal crossover by Stan Warren, and also interconnects and speaker cables by Stan. He also recommended the speaker drivers. This is the best combination I've heard, including all the high end audio retailers I've visited. I've also used my Supratek Sauvignon preamp in this system, but still prefer the Superphon preamp. The music reproduction is nothing short of superb in all regards, including all the criteria mentioned above. I'd like to try a Superphon 120 amp, but have so far been unable to locate a used one.

Pubul57, I think your partly correct in regards to two type of systems. An accurate but high quality system will not be forgiven of poor recordings. On the other hand a system that colors the music may sound good regardless of the quality of the recording.

Muralman1, poorly recorded CDs are not difficult to find unless most of your CDs are fairly new.
PHD, since I changed my SCs to very short ribbons, I have had to toss out a few more. With few exceptions, all my CDs are fairly new. I entered the Audio race just eight years ago. Older CDs I bought have been largely terrible.