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For Sale:
Grace Design m903 Reference Headphone Amp/DAC/PreAmp

Will Ship To: Anywhere

This was bought new in later March 2013, reached here in early April. Loved the sound (the best sounding DAC I've ever had, and I've had a few: V800, M-DAC, M1-DAC...the headphone amp output is really nice and powerful too, no problem driving my T1/LCD2 or even the HD800) and its features (DAC/headphone amp/preamp/balanced/unbalanced output) are just second to none among all the all-in-one devices I've come across.


Here are just some of the rave reviews about this fantastic all-in-one gem:


But now I'm into DSD stuff, haven't used this much ever since I got the TEAC UD501. Decide to let it go instead of keeping it.


The unit is in near mint condition w/ only few hair line marks on the top and bottom, which might have been there when it's newly bought. Works perfectly. Warranty is 5 years from purchase, and it's transferable. It's not registered yet (warranty card is included). Comes w/ all original documents and delivery notice, a 3m optical cable. And a very high quality AudioPlus USB cable (1.5m in length) which alone cost $100. I'll include a power cable too if you want it, it's just a normal PC power cable.


Couldn't find the box (which is a cheap cardboard box anyway), but I'll pack them nicely.


The retail price for this is $1995 (Amazon selling for $1895). I'm asking for $OLD with EMS shipping and paypal fee included. EMS shipping to anywhere should be less than a week (except certain countries). But since this is a high price item, I'd like to deal with some here w/ at least a few feedbacks. Hope you understand. 


Note: the m903 can be used with either 110v or 230v power source, it's very easy and straight forward. Please take a look at the users manual here:


It's on page 6: 

To change the line voltage, remove the AC power chord from the power inlet then use a small screwdriver to pry the fuse carrier out. Remove both fuses from the fuse carrier and replace with the proper value fuse from the fuse chart below. Carefully remove the grey colored fuse holder and re-insert it into the fuse carrier with the proper line voltage showing through the small window. 


I'll include two pair of proper fuses for using either w/ 230v (240v) or 110v power source so you'd be able to use the dac/amp straight away.

Edited by fengwei007 - 1/12/14 at 1:23am