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Heaven´s GRACE..God bless the m906 !
Old 5th February 2005
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Heaven´s GRACE..God bless the m906 !

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Old 5th February 2005
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hi, geht's dir?

nice to hear the grace m906 works so well. I'm considering its little brother -the 902, for my mobile rig.
The marketing for the 902 says it's a "headphone amp", but it also has D/A converters, plus a myriad of analog and digital inputs, just like the 904/6.

Wie auch immer, meine Frage ist, have you compared the d/a quality of your 906 to other d/a converters, namely the DAC-1 or lavry? how do you like it as a solely d/a?

mach's gut.
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hi wieder,
it's not the 904 i'm interested in, but the 902. this one:



i wonder how different its circuits can be compared to the 906.

again, how would you compare the sound of the 906 to the advocet?


PS: btw, you have one of the nicest and cozy studios i've ever seen, wirklich
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Originally posted by Shaman
CONCLUSION
The m906 doesn´t reinvent the wheel from new. It does a few things, that I also could do before with my C-24 / 192 DACs + some more….but it does them ****ing PERFECT……and if you´re driving taxi every day….it´s really worth investing in a nice, high quality steering wheel. I´m feeling the love which Grace invested into every little detail - every moment, I´m using it.
I highly recommend every gearslut to listen to this extraordinary device !

Cheers – and NO – I don´t work for them and paid a lot of money for it, which it is worth every cent( although if it costs 1/10 of an Icon)

BTW Jeff Buckley´s Grace sounds awesome on the GRACE
Hey...! Is that a piece of Behringer gear at the top of Shaman's rack..?heh ....Just Kidding..!
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No, a Korg guitar tuner.
Yeah, I was just kidding Shaman, I knew it was the Korg tuner! It' just that it resembles the Behringer in design. Thanks for the reply though, it's all in good humor..
Old 6th February 2005
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I love it!

Saving for m904b...

This is art!
Old 6th February 2005
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gosh,
the grace m906 with remote costs 6k!

so much more expensive than the m904 (3k) or the m902 (1.7k)

well, it includes a remote and does 5.1, wich means it must have 3 D/As instead of one.
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the m902 looks like a winner.hands down. m902 + high quality headphones.mmmmmmmmmmmmmm......
Old 6th February 2005
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Winamp and a third leg!
Old 6th February 2005
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Does the talkback mic pre seem like overkill to anyone else? Wouldn't a $20 circuit more than fit the bill?
Old 6th February 2005
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What the hell am I saying, this is Gearslutz... What about an input for an external pre (I mean if you're using a Brauner for talkback...).
Old 7th February 2005
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Keep the Brauner on the main talkback! - to cool.
Old 15th October 2005
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m906 Gace Design, how to try before buy..


Hi Shaman,
How did you do to try the m906 before to buy it??
Because i'm looking for buy it, but i didn't find anybody in France who is able to import it...
So, for a price of more than 5000€, it's cool to try it before to buy it!
Regards,

IgrekJi. http://www.yellowsub.fr
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I connected my Brauner VM-1 to the ext. Talkback mic input
Gearslut move of the week!

There's me dreaming of owning a Brauner VM1 and you're using one for talkback!
Old 5th November 2005 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by Shaman
FEATURES
Since some of my colleagues and I allways wanted a digital AES output for external digital peak meters, which follows your input source and the m906 didn´t have this feature first, one colleague wrote to Grace and asked for this modification.
However – after some time and for our great pleasure they came out with exactly this feature as a possible modification.
Hey Shaman,
Is this an optional or a standard feature on m904 and m906 models?
If optional modification how $ much was it?
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Hey Shaman,
Is this an optional or a standard feature on m904 and m906 models?
If optional modification how $ much was it?

optional. it cost $400 here in the us to get it done and you would have to dend the digital part of the unit back to grave to do the upgrade if you don't have it done when first purchased.
Old 9th November 2005 | Show parent
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Hey Shaman a quick question for you...
I recall that you have the RTW digital peakmeter (which I have).
How did you hook that up to your Grace m906 monitoring rig?
Is it AES out from the m906 to peakmeter in?
Did you have the unit modified?

Also I am curious to know how you guys integrate this unit into your studios?
How is DAW along with external analog gear hooked up to this unit (summing units, pres, patchbay etc)?
Old 17th March 2006 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Shaman
CONCLUSION
The m906 doesn´t reinvent the wheel from new. It does a few things, that I also could do before with my C-24 / 192 DACs + some more….but it does them ****ing PERFECT……and if you´re driving taxi every day….it´s really worth investing in a nice, high quality steering wheel. I´m feeling the love which Grace invested into every little detail - every moment, I´m using it.
I highly recommend every gearslut to listen to this extraordinary device !

http://www.gracedesign.com/products/.../m906_m904.htm

Cheers – and NO – I don´t work for them and paid a lot of money for it, which it is worth every cent (although it costs some less than 1/10 of an Icon)

BTW Jeff Buckley´s Grace sounds awesome on the GRACE
Shaman, your website is killer. So clean and stylee.....
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shaman,
noticed the grace only has switching for 2 monitors, and the dangerous box has 3. this may tip the scale for me. did you ever hear the dangerous monitor ST?
Old 12th April 2006 | Show parent
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Saving Grace

I Just got my Grace M906 hooked up. It was not as easy as I hought it would be. I am Running a PC with Samplitude using Lynz Tech.- the Lynx 2 Card. The D-Sub Conectors did not relate. The Pin-outs are different. I had to wire everything up to XLR.
Now it works Great. - The Headphone Amp on this thing Sounds Great!
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