Definitely. Clarity, timbre and detail are it's major strengths. It will take some time to break them in because I do mostly low-volume listening. I don't have much experience with speakers so it would be great if some you all got a pair too .
The Taboo has no problem driving the speakers well. I recently added a SS pre-amp and that helped bring out additional energy from the speakers. Would like to try a Bottlehead or CSP2+ next as a preamp. I do need to pick up a solid 12AT7/12AU7 to replace the 12AX7 now that I have a preamp in line. Found a used Era sub that I've thrown into the mix and this 2.1 channel Taboo rig is bad arse. Would like to get the Blumenstein sub but that might be a while. Sub rounds out the full-range Orcas very well. I think most people will want a sub. Orcas are full range speakers but the weight at the low end may have people wanting a sub. I suppose that is not too uncommon. How many passive, efficient bookshelf speakers under $1K have enough low end bass that does not require an additional sub unit?
Taboo is a gateway amp to more Decware amps!