Low cost simple 5.1 pre-amp no processing needed?

I have a great processor and fine system, and a new SACD,
But I don't have inputs for 5.1 into my existing sytem, and would like to experiment a bit with SACD, I need a pre-amp that will control 3 channels min, and 5 channels would be better, just an analogue pre-amp for either 3 or 5 is needed.

If I like it I'll step up so I don't want to put a ton of money into this.

I have plenty of amps just need a control for them.

Take a look at the AudioRefinement Pre5. Under $1k.
The best deal going would be the Harman/Kardon Signature 2.0 - it *does* have processing, but you don't need to use it. Routinely sells for $350-400 here on the 'Gon...

I'll second the Audio Refinement Pre-5. Neutral to ever-so-slightly warm 5.1-channel preamp. Great build quality. But you'll have a difficult time connecting a processor and a SACD player to it, since it only has one set of 5.1 inputs.
I've been using an old Harman Kardon AVR5 with my dvd player for years. This does have 5.1 in and 5.1 pre-out with volume controls for all channels. You should be able to find one for $50 or less on ebay or something. You can't get any cheaper than that to experiment with.
Thanks folks, I just sold my processor as well so now I am hunting with a bit more cash. Funny how an audio community gets word you got the trading bug and people come out of the wood work looking for your stuff, I could of sold the who rig, whew!

So now I have more $$$ and a little bird whispering about the Shangling processor for 600$$