Technical Question: Pre Amp into Power Amp


I have question regarding output voltage of my Vincent Hybrid SA-T1 Pre Amp. Is that the right term?

I'm wondering if my SA-T1 has enough or adequate juice to be matched up with my Butler TDB 2250 Hybrid Power amp?

I don't know much about these these things, so I am hoping one of you knowledable guys/gals can answer my question and share a little insight on this.

From a technical standpoint, would these two pieces match up correctly?

I've been using my BAT VK-3i Pre Amp with the Butler TDB 2250 and it has worked very well. But I simply want to experiment and see how the Vincent SA-T1 Pre Amp matches up and if there are any differences or improvements.

Here are the listed specs for both pieces of gear:

Vincent Hybrid SA-T1 Pre Amp

Frequency range: 20 Hz – 20 kHz +/-0,5 dB
Nominal output voltage: 2 V
Input sensitivity: 280 mV
Total harmonic distortion: < 0,1 % (1 kHz, 1 Watt)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 90 dB
Input Impedance: 47 kOhm
Mains supply: 230 V/50 Hz
Inputs: 6 x RCA
Outputs: 2 x RCA, 1 x RCA Rec Out
Dimensions (W x H x D): 430 x 95 x 390 mm
Weight: 8 kg
Colour: black/silver
Tubes: 2 x 12AX7; 1 x 12AU7

Butler TDB 2250 Hybrid Power Amp

• Rated Power (all channels driven):
2 x 250 Watts RMS per channel @ 8 ohms
2 x 400 Watts RMS per channel @ 4 ohms
1 x 800 Watts RMS Bridged (Mono) @ 8 ohms

• Freq response: 20Hz to 20kHz (+/- 0.5dB)
Power Bandwidth: -3dB, 50kHz
• THD: <0.10% @ 8 Ohms, <0.15% @ 4 Ohms
• S/N Ratio: Better than 120dB (A-Wtd)
• Slew Rate: 15v/µsec
• Input Sensitivity: 2V for 250 Watts into 8 Ohms
• Input Impedance: 47k Ohms
• Idling Consumption: Approx. 40 Watts
(Approx. 0.3A @ 120VAC or 0.15A @ 230VAC)
• AC Consumption (Nominal power):
720 Watts @ 8 Ohms - 6A (120VAC), 3A (230VAC)
1200 Watts @ 4 Ohms - 10A (120VAC), 5A (230VAC)
• Dimensions: 17"W x 16"D x 8.5"H w/feet (7"H w/o feet)
• Weight: 43 Lbs. (19.2Kgs.)
The nominal output voltage is 2v on the pre. The input sensitivity is 2v to yield 250 w, which is the rated output power. the pre should supply plenty of voltage.