I would first match parameters and price ranges per specific parameters of your pre to compare with to derive the right price.
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Wow, BRB, that brings back some memories. My first store
was a BRB dealer for the short time that BRB was a company.
BRB submitted an amp to TAS and got a glowing review. This
amp was in the same genre and price range of the Hafler
DH200/DH220, B&K ST-140, Amber Series 70 of the time.
BRB, more or less, sent TAS a "prototype"
amplifier. Once the amp came to market, there were numerous
changes to it and sounded completely different from the
Well, needless to say, BRB tanked almost as fast as they
became a company. They did have a pre-preamp also, which is
the one you have.
IMHO, the preamp you have is probably only worth around 25%
of the retail price, (if that).
Sorry, you happen to have a piece of gear that has a storied
history, (and not a good story).