Recommended S.S. amp type for TANNOY 15'' speakers

I would like to hear from people with Tannoy 15' dual concentric speakers
which type of S.S. amp they found produced the most pleasing sound in
their estimation. I would like an integrated for simplicity. Class A , Power or ?
Anyone having experience please chime in?
I haven’t tried SS with my 15" Canterburys, but class D has always seemed to pair very nicely with dual-concentric Tannoys, going back to my very first Tannoy experience with Eyris DC3 and the (now hopelessly outdated) PS Audio HCA-2.
IMO Tannoy Red/Gold 15" drivers sound best with PP tube amps, 30-60 Wpc.  But if you want to use SS I would recommend one of Nelson Pass' excellent First Watt amps.  My choice would be the SIT-2 and my second choice would be the J2.
Nelson Pass (and everyone else at Pass/First Watt) uses Tannoy's to test their amplifiers... so like @br3098  I suspect many of Nelson's amps could be great with your speakers.
I pair my Tannoy Legacy Ardens primarily with a Pass Labs XA30.5 with excellent results. It never leaves class A in my use. This amp isn't going anywhere.
If you're budget allows, the Pass INT25 should have no problem driving your Tannoys.
I listened to Steve Guttenburgs recent Audiophiliac review of
the Tannoy Cheviot. Gutt is a true disciple of Nelson Pass-
owning multiple pieces from First Watt and Pass Labs. The Chevvy's
sensitivity is 4 points under mine. He said the FW was good but his 100.5 Pass monos were way better.
I now have a Pass Labs XA25 on order.
Thanks for all your above help.