OMG, I finally went down to the dealer today. If you guys remember, I wanted the ASL "Tulip" at first. I talked to the dealer and he told me the Tulip will not give me the kind of slam/dynamics I'm looking for. Instead he suggested a pair of ASL KMP22-FOX mono blocks. Single ended, 20w/ch(or maybe 22). He told me the clarity and dynamics will blow me away. He said it sounds better than the 300B or 2A3 offerings from ASL.
Got home only to find out, one channel didn't have sound. Swapped output tubes and found the problem. One output tube was bad and didn't make any sound. I already ordered a pair for replacements which should arrive early on Mon. So no rockin' until Monday:( .
Anyways, I connected one of them to my Klipsch and the dynamics is out of this world! Clean, fast, effortless. The bass is very powerful. Can't wait until I get both of them running.
The mono block uses the 6C33 output tube which was designed for radar use in Russian MIG's. The tube is very well made and quite heavy. It is also known as the "three nipple Russian monsters" because of it's ability to drive hard loads, its large size and, of course, the three nipples on top of the tube.
Here are some pics. These mono's are monsters compared to my ST-70. They weigh in at about 40 lbs each! On the second pic I put the 6C33 beside an EL34(that I'm using in my Dyna). You can really see the size difference.