Parasound JC2 compatibility with Quicksilver v4's

Hi Everyone,

I am new at the forum, thanks in advance for any feedback.

I was about to purchase a used pair of Quicksilver v4's when the dealer told me that my preamp (Parasound JC2) was not going to be good enough for those amps, therefore I will not get the sonic advantages of the V4's. I am a little confused by his comment (I like the JC2), maybe somebody can provide some advise. I am now running the Parasound JC2 with a pair of Monarchy SE 100's V2 or a pair of Monarchy SM 70 Pro's, depends on music/mood. 

I was also considering a pair of PrimaLuna monoblocks, I would like to have a good pair of tube monoblock amps.

Best to all,

take your pre amp to the dealer/retailer for the ultimate decision on wether or not it sounds great.  I will add that a Conrad Johnson pre-amp would not hurt.  Happy Listening!
FWIW, I suggest you consider the reverse of your current plan: get a good, tube preamp and pair it with a good SS power amp. This arrangement will give you the advantages inherent in both modes of amplification. And, again FWIW, the Parasound JC-2 preamp has gotten GREAT reviews from most of the major hi-fi mags. The other writers in this thread are correct: take your JC-2 with you to the dealer to test with the Quickie.
I don't know what speakers you're using but I would make the effort to hear them with the Quicksilver V4. If you're really happy with this match I'd be cautious  about reversing to tube preamplifier and SS amplifier. If you find the V4 the sound you've been looking for,  a SS amplifier will be hard pressed to Sound the same (even fronted by a tube preamp). They're not the same,  I'd strongly recommend that you listen to both approaches and decide by simply  trusting your ears. There's no substitute for actually listening when this is possible to do so.   The speaker's design  characteristics and load (ohms) will determine which type of amplifier is the better match for it.  You have to listen and go with the one that moves you the most. 
Sounds like BS from a dealer who wants to sell you a preamp.  I use my JC 2 with a pair of JC 1 mono blocks, but then I don't care for tube artifacts.  Both the JC 1 and 2 have gotten rave reviews and A ratings by Stereophile.