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post #31 of 209
Michael Grace:
Thank you so much for sharing more info about your new m902.
Especially for the pic.

I am hopefully going to audition one in December.

I will be comparing it directly to my 901 and to the Benchmark DAC1.

BTW, can the crossfeed be toggled on and off?

-Ed
post #32 of 209
Hi Michael
I have tried to contact sales staff at Grace before but haven't received replies.

Could you advise what is the best way of buying the grace 904/906 if one wants to here in Australia.

Look forward to hearing from you

Kunwar
post #33 of 209
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Originally Posted by Edwood
Michael Grace:
Thank you so much for sharing more info about your new m902.
Especially for the pic.

I am hopefully going to audition one in December.

I will be comparing it directly to my 901 and to the Benchmark DAC1.

BTW, can the crossfeed be toggled on and off?

-Ed
Yup,
you can toggle the cross feed on an off. From the front panel you push and hold the encoder knob for a couple of seconds which enters a setup mode. From here you can toggle the crossfeed on and off, adjust left-right balance, set the front panel leds to turn off after 5 seconds and toggle the phones and line outs from "simultaneous" mode to "exclusive" mode. Pushing and holding the knob again exits setup mode. These funtions are all directly available from the IR remote as well.

Thanks for the welcome to this forum. Alot of good discussion going on here!
Michael
post #34 of 209
Quote:
Originally Posted by mbgrace
Yup,
you can toggle the cross feed on an off. From the front panel you push and hold the encoder knob for a couple of seconds which enters a setup mode. From here you can toggle the crossfeed on and off, adjust left-right balance, set the front panel leds to turn off after 5 seconds and toggle the phones and line outs from "simultaneous" mode to "exclusive" mode. Pushing and holding the knob again exits setup mode. These funtions are all directly available from the IR remote as well.

Thanks for the welcome to this forum. Alot of good discussion going on here!
Michael
Hello Michael,
If it is not too much trouble, could you please reply to my question as well, it is not too technical is it

Regards
Kunwar
post #35 of 209
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Originally Posted by kunwar
Hi Michael
I have tried to contact sales staff at Grace before but haven't received replies.

Could you advise what is the best way of buying the grace 904/906 if one wants to here in Australia.

Look forward to hearing from you

Kunwar
Hi!
We recently began working with Audio Chocholate in Victoria.
613 9815 0066
My appoligies for the lack of response to your inquiry
post #36 of 209
Hi Michael, welcome and thanks for the added info, and veeeery tempting picture. We very much appreciate it when manufacturers and designers take time to share information with us directly.

I have a suspicion that my Grace amp collection is going to keep growing.


gerG
post #37 of 209
Quote:
Originally Posted by mbgrace
Hi!
We recently began working with Audio Chocholate in Victoria.
613 9815 0066
My appoligies for the lack of response to your inquiry
thanks mate
have fired of an email to them, much appreciated

kunwar
post #38 of 209
Quote:
Originally Posted by mbgrace
toggle the phones and line outs from "simultaneous" mode to "exclusive" mode.
Wooooo. I like this feature. Will be nice to toggle output to say, a subwoofer for the K1000's?


Quote:
Originally Posted by mbgrace
These funtions are all directly available from the IR remote as well.
Do you have any pics of the remote? Will the remote be available at the same time the m902 is?

-Ed
post #39 of 209
Gack! Gack! Someone cut me off before I try to buy one of these.
post #40 of 209
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Originally Posted by S_Dedalus
Gack! Gack! Someone cut me off before I try to buy one of these.
Why would we want to do that???? somebody here has to pull the trigger
post #41 of 209
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Originally Posted by GoRedwings19
Why would we want to do that???? somebody here has to pull the trigger
Yeah, someone with more than $2k to their name.
post #42 of 209
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Originally Posted by S_Dedalus
Yeah, someone with more than $2k to their name.
I thought it was gonna retail at $1895????
post #43 of 209
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Originally Posted by GoRedwings19
I thought it was gonna retail at $1895????
Yeah, and I have student loan payments, car insurance, food, tuition, cigarettes, alcohol, my dog's chemo. I might look at getting a used one a year from now, but I'm no where near able to afford it now.
post #44 of 209
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Originally Posted by S_Dedalus
Yeah, and I have student loan payments, car insurance, food, tuition, cigarettes, alcohol, my dog's chemo. I might look at getting a used one a year from now, but I'm no where near able to afford it now.
Why don't you cut out the drinking and smoking. Sell two of your headphones off and you will get the grace faster.
post #45 of 209
life is better with booze and cig.
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