Samulcas091...I agree with all the comments above. A few questions though to try to pin down what you are unhappy with. When you just listen the to the Grace through your headphones, do you like the sound? If yes, your source is not the issue. If no, what type of files are you playing through thr Grace - MP3, lossless, etc? If you are playing MP3s, I would try lossless or full resolution files first to see if you hear the difference - you should? Finally, if you are happy with all aspects of your headphone playback system through the Grace, then the likely culprit is the amp-speaker interface. Your NAD integrated puts out 50wpc and B&W's in general can be a difficult load for partnering amps. Don't know the sensitivity or impedance characteristics of your speakers but the most likely upgrade should be to update the speaker (given its age and lack of suitability with your amp). I would get a more efficient book shelf speaker that should mate well with your NAD amp. Normally, I would tell you to build your system from your speaker backwards but in your case given speaker age and that you didn't specifically chose that speaker but rather it was a hand me down, I would say, find a speaker that you like that also mates well with the NAD. But as everyone has already adviced you above...no hurries on this front. Save up. Take your time. In fact, live with your current system for a while. Try to analyze what aspects of it you like and what aspects you don't like. And when you make any changes, make them one component at a time, so you can determine what that change has delivered in terms of sonic benefits/changes. Hope this helps.