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It's an answer, but not the only answer.

Posted by Audiophilander on May 24, 2020 at 00:16:26:

The $64,000 question ...just kidding there... is how much power do you need/want to satisfy your listening tastes. A 20 year warranty is hard to beat especially if it's transferable, which Bryston does if the new owner is provided an original dealer bill of sale, But they aren't the only audio manufacturer offering long warranties.

Another amp well suited for Maggies is the Sanders Magtech, with lifetime warranty to original owners. However, 900 watts into a 4 ohm load is probably overkill for the LRS line.

Bottom line, there are lots of amps that work well with Maggie loads on the new and used market.