I recently got the PowerNode 2i and have paired it so far with JM Reynaud Twins mk3 and Wharfedale Denton 80th Anniversary speakers. I think it sounds great!
Both these speakers lean to the warm, rich, relaxed, and musical.
Cloudsessions sums it up well. I love the streamlined uncluttered one box solution. Full feature set with great connectivity. It's quite comprehensive regarding all the pay music services it offers, along with all the free streaming channels. And the BlueOS operating system / app is considered one of the best and most user-friendly out there. Cake to setup and use. It receives Bluetooth and also sends it, so you can use BT headphones.
I do take advantage of the subwoofer output feature -- run it into my Gallo CL-10 sub. Really like that the user adjustable crossover not only low-passes to the sub, but also high-passes to the main speakers. When mains don't work as hard to produce LF you get better ease and clarity.
This is my second system that I basically run all day as I putter around the house. It is smooth, sufficiently detailed (for me), and musical. I don't push it hard, maybe 80db. I don't sit in front of it for serious listening -- use main rig for that ("systems" page) -- but I thoroughly enjoy it, and it's well
worth the $1200 spent (500 for both Twins used / Dentons open box speakers, and 700 for new PN on EBay).
Of course, this is my experience with my speakers. No idea how the PN will synergize with your speakers.
PS: IMO the Dentons are a screaming
deal for $500 new / delivered, sometimes on sale at $400! (Music Direct). No brainer used at 200 to 300 dollars.