Heed Quasar or Jasmine Audio phono stage?

Any opinions,feedback,and preferences are appreciated.I realize these are at slightly different price points but both seem to be well received.Thanks again.
I have not heard the Jasmine unit, but have the Quasar in my system for the past couple years. I purchased mine as a demo for $750 (full warranty) and am entirely pleased with it.

I'm running mine with a Dynavector DV20XL and have plenty of gain. Tabriz Zi arm on Xerxes table.
Thanks for the response Tmiddle.Did you audition a few stages before you decided?
I'm not familiar with the Quasar, but the Jasmine is very nice and for the price of the Quasar mentioned above you could add a Bob's Device SUT and really be cooking.

I've owned a leman black cube, rogue stealth, eastern electric minimax and a nighthawk and the Jasmine is on another level.
Thanks for the responses so far.Just researching it a bit,it looks like the Jasmine can be had for slightly less.Another one that looked to give a lot of performance for the money is the Blue Circle audio fon lo thingee.Thoughts?
After bidding on an Audiomat 1.5 and losing out I ordered the Jasmine LP2.0 MKII, only to have the seller of the Audiomat come back and offer it to me.

So I bought the Audiomat and decided that the Jasmine would go up for sale shortly after I played with it for a bit.

The Audiomat had been in my system for 2 weeks when the Jasmine finally arrived, I had put an easy 40 hours of music on the Audiomat and was quite acclimatized to it's sound and presentation. I decided to put the Jasmine in my system and try it out for a few days, never for a moment thinking the Jasmine could outperform the Audiomat.

The Audiomat is now sold..the Jasmine is the real deal.

I'm running a Denon DL-103SA mounted on a Fidelity Research FR-14 in turn mounted on a Lux PD-300 table...the Jasmine fits in very nicely with my analogue front end, and I don't even think about spending more.
Great feedback.Thanks guys.I'm personally running a Technics Sl-1200 mk2 with stock tonearm and an AT-150mlx cartridge which seem to work well together.May upgrade the tonearm down the road as well.
Interesting responses reading this old posting. I own a WTRP hooked up to the Quasar with its dedicated Q-PSU power supply and its very nice. IMO, the Heed is comparable to the higher priced Acoustic Plan Phono (which is 2-3 times the price of the Heed). Surprisingly for an all solid state unit, the Heed sounds like a tubed phono.
I am also using a Quasar, in a second system. Pergaps not quite the dimensionality as some tubes units, but I agree with you. I am thinking it likes to see more of a medium output MC though. I am running a 0.3mv, and want to try a a 0.5 ish on it.