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    Join Date: Dec 2018

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    Default Grado Headphones.

    Grado makes some rather interesting headphones, and I heavily have a soft spot for them. They treat your ears to an open clean window along with a prominent midrange. This makes well recorded music sound alive and damned communicative.

    Steve's video is interesting. Must say I do agree with him.

    Don't worry chaps I'm not bloody shilling for the brand!

    S.

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    You're always shilling for he brand Shane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antonio View Post
    You're always shilling for he brand Shane.
    Do I have to show you my bank account?

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    I bought a pair of SR60's secondhand and at a good price and I like them a lot. An unforced sound, but it is all there and they do not make your ears sweat!
    Buy Bose...And get your parking validated!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puffin View Post
    I bought a pair of SR60's secondhand and at a good price and I like them a lot. An unforced sound, but it is all there and they do not make your ears sweat!
    Nice headphones the 60's. Even better value secondhand.

    S.
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    Hi Shane. Welcome back. .. Got some Grado's off Rich B. I like them .
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    Thanks, Dave.

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    One of my most memorable audio experiences is hearing Grado GS1000 'phones at a show maybe 30-40 years ago..
    My jaw literally dropped.
    Shockingly open and vivid, I'd not heard owt like that before.

    Since then I've owned 325i and enjoyed them a lot, especially with earpads designed for the 1000 series.
    Very open-backed, though, the missus complained and I sold them on.
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    Always keep meaning to get a set of grados... must do sometime. I see they do a wireless set now too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jandl100 View Post
    One of my most memorable audio experiences is hearing Grado GS1000 'phones at a show maybe 30-40 years ago..
    My jaw literally dropped.
    Shockingly open and vivid, I'd not heard owt like that before.

    Since then I've owned 325i and enjoyed them a lot, especially with earpads designed for the 1000 series.
    Very open-backed, though, the missus complained and I sold them on.

    GS1000's didn't exist 30 years ago. Or are you exaggerating?

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