Not so. Even when it was returned it did not work sufficiently for that OP and he had to ditch the speakers and get Maggie 1.7 instead of LRS. BHK250 worked for 1.7 Maggies but not LRS. I don’t think we should assume that BHK250 can’t drive any low impedance speakers, as you say, but I think it is very fair to question whether BHK250 can drive LRS, based on that extensive thread and the OP’s detailed discussions about it. And since Dynaudio is about as notorious as Magnepan for needing high current amps, it’s worth mentioning here for this OP if he is considering Dynaudio. Not implying it won’t work, and it probably will, but just go in eyes open.
Not intending to argue but those were the facts of that thread. Again, not sure why anyone would pair BHK with Maggie LRS, but also not sure why BHK could not drive that speaker - should have been able to but for whatever reason, could not, according to that owner. And for the record PSA never really disputed that it could not, which would have been easy to do by purchasing the speaker for $600, testing it, and refuting that OP if that OP had been mistaken.
If I had to guess I think BHK250 would probably work fine with most Dynaudio and there are probably users doing just that with those exact speakers, I just wanted to correct the suggestion that BHK250 can drive “pretty much anything out there”