What amp is best with Wilson Sasha DAW speakers

Just received my new Wilson Sasha DAW speakers and am now beginning to sift through a long list of electronics that would bring out the best in them. If anyone owns these and could give some recommendations I love to hear them. I’m open to tube or solid state. Looking for amps and preamp. All opinions are appreciated.
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Carey Spectral does play well with Wilson the issue with Spectral is that you have to use an entire Spectral system and Mit cables and power conditioning for the system to be stable. Mit cables are very expensive and are not as transparent as many non network cables.

For this and other reasons Spectral has not been gaing market share as other easier to use high performing electronics companies proliferate. 

Kren as per WIlson and ARC being shown together doesn't necessarily mean that that is the best combo. Often company's that have a working relationship will show together. So sometimes in the past ARC might have given Wilson amplifiers in exchange for a set of speakers for them to have in their listening room or sales managers who are friends. 

So sometimes the setups that are popular at shows have more to do with these relationships then anything else. 

We heard the Wilson/ARC setup at Axpona and it was very good. 

Roberjerman2,  sorry you are very mistaken, we are a Parasound dealer and their gear is excellent, but in no way does a A21 compete with amplifiers that are five figure amplifiers, the Parsound A21 is a lovely $3k amp but does show it limitation same with their preamp. 

If we were going to use a $38k pair of Wilsons we would definately want someone to use the best possible electronics and when you listen to a good amplifier vs a really good amplifier there are distinctly different things that you will experience in terms of resolution, image float, midrange liquidity, bass slam, dynamic impact and overall realisim.

Dave and Troy
Audio Doctor NJ 

Dear @carey1110  : Great speakers those Sasha Dawn. Are speakers that needs a high current amp to honor it and you have to remember that its impedance goes down 2.48 at 85hz that's an " all day " frequency.

Spectral is very good and does not needs the MIT cables and I know because I used with out it and performs great. 

Spectral preamps are very goo too  but for amp for your speakers I think that you can't wrong with the Halo JC1s monoblocks designed by J.Curl for Parasound.
 These amps are extremely hard to beat and its quality level performance ( in my experiences with top speakers . ) is second to none and competes with heavy $$$$$ amp s. You can't ask for more and a bargain at its low price:


here its specs/features: 

  other very good alternatives:




For a preamp these are excellent units:



Regards and enjoy the MUSIC NOT DISTORTIONS,
After owning a Parasound A21, in my opinion it doesn’t have the dynamic headroom/power to drive Wilson Sasha DAW speakers.