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Massdrop x Grace Design m9XX DAC/Amp

Massdrop x Grace Design m9XX DAC/Amp

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Why is this on sale for the same price on Amazon right now? It doesn’t have the collaborated with mass drop description though.
WILLxLOVE
Grace created their own standalone version that is exactly the same except for one added input on the back, an S/PDIF coax.
Does this pair with Nintendo Switch via USB?
I have a pair of hd6xx hifiman 4xx and Denon thx00 and about to buy massdrop plus iems.... and the question is this or the smsl panda stack. Any thoughts? Also on amazon the grace m900 is 499 as well with an extra input. Am I missing something about this?
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Man but the panda stack is so pretty and at $300...but Ye I saw all the reviews on the nfb11. Wonder how it does with iems tho..he never mentioned that. Specs say output impedance 2ohms which is very high
JustmeAL
I tried few IEMs with my unit. Nothing crazy expensive. I had 4 driver Trinity IEM for about 200 and few less expensive units. Zero noise. Everything seemed fine. But I have not done too much listening with IEMS.
I have two questions.
#1 Are the RCAs on the back outputs or inputs?

#2 Has anyone used this with an Android source? I know I tried the M920 and couldn't get it to work with my NVidia Shield Android TV box.
Tuckers
#1 They are outputs. I currently use it as an external DAC with the CTH.
#2 Haven't tried it.
I got a question for the guys who tried it all.
If I want a dac/amp set (idrc if It is a combo or separate units) for both listening to the music yet being able to have surround sound in games.
I must note, I listen to my Sennheiser hd8-djs, and I love their bassey note. Till now I used Asus' Xonar, but it stopped working.
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The xDuoo XD-05, currently available as a drop, is one that I enjoy using for Movie watching and also Music from time to time.
The softer dialog often present in movies is delivered better through the XD-05 than it is through my pricier DAC/Amps and the movie soundtracks are given premium treatment. The AK-4490 chip isn't as strong of a selling point as the complete silence the amp produces when it's expected. For $159 you're not putting much at risk to try it. If you don't like it just sell it online for a minimal loss.
I don't play computer games but if I did I would look more to something dedicated to gaming because of the multi-channel audio effects.
This is a superb deal.
If I didn't own one already, I would buy it at the asking price.
https://www.head-fi.org/threads/fs-xduoo-xd-05-all-black-model.886736/
I would've jumped on one if the price was discounted. This is the same exact price as a brand new one.
Hey Everyone,
These units are the last few that we had in the warehouse, if you want one from us- these are it...
With a $300 budget should I get these lightly used or an NFB-11?
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I been through a few already and personally I think m9XX is a worthy unit. But I could not drop 5 bills on it back in a day and perfectly understand. I think it is slightly overpriced for what it is. They should of priced it a hair under 400 and that would of been a huge success. Also now it is probably time to update it as that device is a few years old. Maybe better display and and feature or two...
ld100
It seems a lot for it, $300 would be a reasonable price.
Is this any better spec wise from offerings by B&H? Looks exactly same with same price.
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1343146-REG
andypak01
The B&H model m900 has an additional s/pdif digital input which supports up to 192 kHz.
The m9xx has TosLink support up to 96 kHz.
KC-130
seems like the b&h m900 is better for the same price then... Personally own the m9xx from couple years ago and while I like it (use it for work), the s/pdif rca input would be nice. A number of my portable daps can output to a s/pdif rca but not to a toslink.
Back at the same price? Should be discounted by now.