Sanders sound systems preamplifier

Waiting for it's delivery.   Would this be better than my other 2 preamps???

onkyo p-308
B&K pro 10 mc

just want your thoughts on the sanders preamp.  Will it offer better clear sound than these other two preamps?

when I plug in the onkyo, I get instant static from tweeters.  I hope it's not a home cable issue

how do separate all my cables to minimize any hum, ac interference ???  Wrap all power cords together?
everything is bunched behind my tv. 
The Sanders preamp should be head and shoulders above the two other preamps you’ve listed.

I owned a Sanders preamp and really enjoyed my time with it.
Why did you get rid of it?
Went back to a tube preamp.
Sanders pre had no noise?  Static?  Or is a good quality product??
No issues at all and it is built VERY well.  You should really like it, especially over what you've been currently listening to.
Bernie Sanders makes a preamp?
Deon sanders, not Bernie :)
Col. Sanders built mine, It's finger lickin' good!

I have the iPre from Roger Sanders (Innersound) since 2011. It is phenomenal. Dead quite, Fast, Transparent, Timber and Tone is spot on. Simply, Straight wire with gain.
I have nothing but good things mentioned on all Rogers gear. 

 After I get t he preamp, I'm starting a fund for his speakers. 
I wonder if they will hit as hard as my old cerwin  vega d9's ?

i am praying the old onkyo is the cause of the tweeter static/crackling I get, and when I plug in the sanders pre, I will not hear the crackling.  Everyone please pray to the metal gods I don't have the static. 
Swapped new sanders, took out old onkyo.  Now there's radio stations and constant tapping noise from tweeters, wtf is going on in this house ???   Anyone have any thoughts to this noise I'm g eating? I'm out of my mind, unplugged every damn thing 100 times, no static, I plug in preamps, and I get machine gun snare drum, constant, and now I can hear radio stations from tweeters 
I think i figured it.   Shi$$y cables gave radio station int. Pioneer dv48 light static.   Still static. Will continue to pull components/cables tkl infigue this out.  Driving me nuts

pio dvd is region free 
Anyone notice lack of bass with sanders preamp??????

like it disappeared, wtf. Over speakers closer to wall, a wee better, but still........seems lacking. 

Will cables help? A good CD player?  

I h age early 90's audioquest Quartz, and using an old Sony cd/dvd player
No lack of bass with my Innersound iControl Pre. The bass is deep, tight, fast and the timber is spot on! Keep trying to figure out your problem. I would suggest a dedicated line. Make sure you do not have any major appliances on that line or florescent lights.
This is what I have.   New furman power strip ac cond/surge, only for other components, amps plugged into wall.  McCormack dna750's, sanders preamp. Audioquest Quartz 1m from preamp to amp.  Using toshiba sd4000 as CD player, with audioquest turquoise. 

Pair of energy rc-70's hooked up with real 8 awg wire via fake nakamichi locking bananas, same as all the other nak bananas out there, only a 10mm hole to put the thick 8 awg wire. 

Also tried ipod, bass is very null, it's there, but it is lost in the music, the treble/mids are very in front of everything with cd and iPod

could the pre be this thin? As. Mentioned wi th my onkyo p-308 from 1989 I have great bass.  I replace with sanders, and the bass is weak.  
Ok, I have some minor good news, that damn static I was getting from my tweeters is fracking gone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   I replaced my audioquest Quartz with audioquest XLR’s and mother fuc*** the static vanished! I’m so happy, now, I have to deal with the volume, I’ll report back shortly, lil guy sawing logs, can’t throttle the amps just yet, I’ll let you all know as soon as I can test the bass response, it does seem to be better, but could be placebo with XLR cables installed.  

Why hey would xlr's cause that static to disappear?????  And be present with rca interconnects?
I had the sanders preamp (still have it here but moved up to a $20,000 Jeff Rowland).  The innersound is black as ink and quiet as a tomb.  It has bass and dynamics and resolution and just gets out of the way.  You need to spend a few dollars on good cables (they will not tangle).  I also had the Cerwin Vega D9's and Sanders 10D's are not even on the same planet. And I loved my D9s.   
I would never compare d9's to sanders as far as speakers. Hahahah
jo compare.  D9 are rock speakers. Sanders way out of the league in comparison. 

Having a problem with missing bass when i switched to the sanders pre. 
Im getting the empress cables by grover for my connections. I hope they can add some low freq, all i need is a wee more. 
Hi arcticdeth,  Before you spend any more money, get your cables separated with as little contact between them as possible.  Having them bunched up behind the tv is asking for problems.
Can I wrap some foil/elec tape on the cables where they touch?
 It is not possible to have them not touch.  This wouldn't add bass to my dilemma.  I would hate to return the sanders pre!
Ok, had a friend bring over some NWA , technotronic, ice-t, and other bass heavy stuff on cd. 

There me was an improvement in the bass dept as expected playing rap, techno.   When I play regular rock, bass disappears, could it just be the recording, and the preamp is very revealing/neutral to the source material????????????  I'm so boggled still why this heavy hitter pre is so weak on the bass dept.  everything else is great!  

Ac/dc ball breaker does have a little tighter bass than other cd's, maybe it's just the recording?  I have bass, but can't hear it that much from my couch about 8-9 feet away, whereas with onkyo preamp, I can get the China to jingle/clang on the shelves, and the window hanging stuff to rattle. With t he sanders, I only had some window shaking with the rap(which is good) but nothing else.   I don't know if I should send It back for a look-see by the man who makes them, or live with it.  I was recommended the Conrad Johnson et3, or the matching pre (McCormack ld-2). 

Son on of a...................
Sounds like the Sanders pre is not a good fit in your system for what you want . You want bass ? Try a Bryston pre . Killer bass , Great soundstage . Immediacy - musicians in your room sound .