recommend PRAT Integrated amplifiers (not Naim)

what are some modern integrated amps in the 5-10k range that offer a heavy dose of PRAT

not seeking anything Naim

for some frame of reference, was recently recommended Rega Aethos and Hegel H590...neither had the PRAT of my NAD C298 power amp (which is not an ntegrated and had some harshness to it)

please and thanks

Is the Yamaha A-S3200 or Bryston B135 known for PRAT?  Simaudio maybe?






Perreaux 300ix. Perreaux is truly underrated. I am rocking a Perreaux 100p for my workplace setup.

My main setup uses Lab12 Integre4 MKII. Also no shortage of prat. 

PRAT is pace, rhythm and timing.  For me, I can’t just A/B a song and hear it.  I have to listen for a while to one setup and then switch.  I relate it to turntables because that is what I have the most experience hearing.  I could hear some turntables and the music just flows and captures and holds me.  Others, the music was just there- no big deal.  But the sound could be virtually the same.  

That was the big thing that put me on a quest for a new DAC and ultimately music server.  I would listen to records for a few days, switch to digital and the sound was great but I could tell that the rhythm and pace wasn’t nearly as good.

It’s like the difference between a good and great pianist to me.  The great ones make the music flow like water from the piano.

some good suggestion thanks

seeking solid state

some of these listed though suggests lack of experience with this

Luxman is definetley not considered a PRAT type sound and I've owned or listened to most of their gear made in the past ten years

Rega  OSRIS or anything Rega is a fail in this regard too