Well unfortunately the end came sooner than I expected. The Eaton 45 had a major buzz issue in both channels. It increased with turning up the volume. It was bad. And I knew from the get go that it had to be a volume pot issue. I wasted a lot of time trying to see if it was other issues first just to rule out every possibility. But I knew it couldn't be system related because all my other electronics and amps have 0 noise. So sent it back to Alan and sure enough, it was mislabeled volume pots. That was the culprit. But I has already gotten a refund by then and had my Omega's hooked up to my Digital Amplifier Company amps. Which sounded spectacular! Golden Cherry Monoblocks. And at 6ohms, they are putting out around hefty 270 watts per channel. The Omega's love them. So the idea that only low watt tube amps make Omega's sing. Absolutely not true. Not arguing the fact that low powered tube amps sound good with Omega's, because they do, I am just simply stating a fact that it's not the only option. It all boils down to the QUALITY and design of the amp, not the wattage.