Totaldac offers 80 per cent Money Back

Vincent Brient, the man behind the totaldac brand – which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary – is offering new totaldac owners a unique service in these difficult financial times – anyone ordering a DAC, streamer or driver between the 1st April 2020 and the 31st August 2020 will be able to return it and get 80 per cent of the cost back (excluding shipping costs) up to 12 months after purchase.

According to Brient this will be possible for all direct orders to totaldac by an end customer, and possible via a retailer if the retailer wishes to be part of this special service. “This way you are protected against a possible change in your financial situation for the next 12 months,” said Brient. “The 20-day trial period stays valid. Of course totaldac is currently 100 per cent operational to build and ship your orders. The production is under control because Totaldac DACs are designed and also made in France, and very large stock of components has been made.”

Upgrade programs at the company are always available as well, and totaldac demo rooms are being made available by appointment. More from the press release below. Totaldac site HERE.

totaldac press release highlights

DAC upgrade

The upgrade policies are also valid, more than ever and for a long time. You can upgrade your DAC for nearly no more than the price list difference between two models, making every Totaldac purchase a 'no obsolescence' purchase. This upgrade DNA makes your purchase a long term investment for your system and is also a real contribution to sustainable development.

You can start for example with the d1-core DAC, possibly with the streamer option which will allow you to listen to Qobuz or Tidal, and read your files from a NAS or via a Roon core.

Full system

Totaldac can also supply each part of a hi-fi system, from the NAS to the amplifier and the speakers and even integrate a cinema screen in your system.

Demo rooms

Since many hi-fi shows are cancelled, totaldac has developed the ability to make its own demos in its headquarter in France, with two different rooms, three different speakers and a home-theater. These rooms are better that any other totaldac rooms in past hifi shows. The large room with totaldac d150-anniversary speakers and Magico M6, driven by a Totaldac Amp-1 amplifier:

And the wooden room based on a quasi-coaxial 3 way full horn system + subwoofers, about 105dB/1W/1m efficiency, driven by a totaldac Amp-1 amplifier: