Which speakers for mcintosh mc352

I am the new guy here although I have been following your discussions and am blown away by the wealth of knowledge in these forums. I thought you people could enlighten me further.
I recently heard Oskar syrinx and loved the laid back smoothness and overall sound. I have a feeling they would not be able to handle the bass at higher volumes. I think the MC352 would kill them. I have heard many good things about the Gallo ref3.1, which I will hear on Saturday. Perhaps it is my ears, but I find the high frequencies harsh with most dome/cone tweats and prefer the ribbon/electrostatic sound.
(I understand that room accoustics play a huge role.)
Being unable to hear these speakers on a Mc352 I am not sure which way to go. I would like to stay in the 3-4k range.
Any info you guys have would be much appreciated.Thanks in advance. Nuguy
I have a 352 and am using the Revel Performa F32's and they work very well together. List is 4000.00 ususally good for 10-15% discount.
Joseph Audio Rm25si MkII's. 3500/pair.
Their crossover technology invented by Richard Moddaferi of McIntosh fame.
with the 352 you have an amp that will pair up with an extremely wide variety of great speakers.....its a keeper
I agree with Jaybo, the MC-352 shouldn't "kill" any speaker, but perhaps it might not be necessary or fully utilized with some. I had one for a while and it did a wonderful job with my current demanding Legacy Focus 20/20s. It was very musical, deep, and satisfying. I think with that amp, your speaker choices are limited only by your own personal preferences.
The 352 is a great amp. But for my tastes, I still wouldn't match it to a soft speaker. A detailed, even analytical, speaker is what I like best with Mc amps. Having said that, there are MANY options and with your comment of disliking harsh frequencies, you may have even fewer limitations than I do.

Experimenting is the only way to get your right answer. Good luck!