I, too, can recommend the Rotel 1075. It does great running my all-B&W HT. I did try out the Parasound, but it just did not seem to blend well with my speakers. That doesn't mean the Parasound wasn't a good amp.
That's why it's important to try to test a set-up with your speakers or in a demo system with speakers that closely match yours.
I did an in-house side-by-side comparison of the Parasound 1205A and the ATI-1505. These are just my opinions for a sighted, volume balanced comparison.
I have very revealing Dynaudio Contour speakers; 2.8 tower mains, 1.1 surrounds, and the center. The test was down with just the stereo mains and music (jazz and female vocals) I'm very familiar with.
My preference was for the Parasound, because it provided all the detail on the high-end without any harshness (I felt the ATI was harsh) and it had better bass control than any amp I had previously heard.