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I've had the GH2 for a few weeks now, and I still waffle between being scared and amazed by them.   I'm scared because this is the first Grado I've ever heard with serious bass. And it also has this weird property where the weight of the bass almost sounds "separate" from the rest of the music. It's hard to describe.   I'm amazed because this same sound signature allows me to finally hear bass-heavy songs with a definite low end, while bringing the rest of the Grado...
I definitely want to hear (ha) comparisons between the sound of the GH1 and GH2. Of course they use the same driver, but it'll be interesting to know how much they've been tweaked to accommodate their latest wood housing.
Have you tried this? http://www.sonicstudio.com/amarra/news#SIERRA
Interesting concept!
Oddly enough, the GH1 is back in stock on Grado's own website.   http://www.4ourears.net/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=4E-GH1
Heads up, the GH1 is actually for sale again on Grado's website right now.   http://www.4ourears.net/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=4E-GH1   Five left!
 Aw yeah! Patience (or laziness) sometimes really pays off
 Thanks, jaywillin! It's definite that the Mad Ear+ has a proven track record (and absolute synergy with Grados), but the Lyr2 is the newest kid on the block with the latest and greatest (and at half the price).
I'd be very interested to read a comparison of the Mad Ear+ and a Lyr (2).
If anybody has listened through both the Lyr 2 and a Mad Ear HD+, I assume the latter is still the one to use with Grado 'phones?
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