Phonostage with dual inputs?

I find it convenient when running 2 turntables[one with MC the other with MM] to be able just to push a button and play them off against each other. Problem is, my Musical Fidelity M1Vinyl phonostage goes to the shop sometimes for 6 weeks at a time for repair. Any ideas about a back up phonostage around $500 or less with separate MM and MC inputs to use when the Musical Fidelity is on the fritz?
a Nikko beta I, II, III or IV has dual inputs with loading options for each and can be found under $300
The Herron VTPH-2 has mm and mc inputs, but breaks the $500 price point.
Jasmine stage allows 2 MM or 2 MC or one of each. In your price range.
Aesthetix Rhea (tube phono stage) has THREE inputs/ 75 db gain- great for low-output MC cartridges.
Secretguy: I assume you refer to the 651P; does this support LOMC?
Only the Jasmine 2.5 will do 2 MM or 2 MC or one of each. Has anyone put the Jasmine 2.5 against the Jasmine 2.0? Besides the additional inputs (which I don't need) are the caps and other components better sounding with the 2.5?

Boofer...I have the 640, which does support LOMC. I run a Denon 301 II through it. I would assume the newer 651 does as well.
On a different forum, someone recently mentioned an ARC MCP-2 (IIRC) that has multiple inputs and flexible loading options.
You can also consider Luxman E200 that has 2 inputs for both MM and MC.
Why are people suggesting phono amps that cost upwards of $1400 to $4000? Have they not read the original post where it is stated that $500 or less is the amount he wants to spend?
TO Secretguy: Thanks so much; you have nudged me in the right direction, in that the MC side of the backup phonostage is in fact a Denon301II, while the MM side will be serviced by a Clearaudio Virtuoso!
Because you might be able to find then used for MUCH less?
A $4000 Aesthetix Rhea for a maximum of $500? Yeah right.
I own the Jasmine LP2.0MkII (soon to be upgraded with Jantzen oil filled output caps). My dearest friend (lives with 4 miles of my front door) concurrently owns the following Jasmine Phono Stages: 2.0MkII. 2.5, & the 3.0.

So, I have frequently heard the stock 3 Jasmines in A-B-C comparisons both through planar speakers and Sennheiser HD-800 headphones. I can distinguish no difference in SQ.

Now, the 2.5 does move the RCA female in/outs further apart thereby facilitating the use of large barrel connectors such as the Cardas SRCA. The LP3.0 adds XLR in/out capability into the mix.

There are apparently different versions of the LP2.0MkII: My unit has 2 sets of RCA inputs - other versions I notice have only one set.

Hope this helps. [BTW: EBay has very few Jasmines listed this week - no new or 3.0.
The Jasmine is sold on Amazon also.