“Disclaimer: I would like to thank Todd at TTVJ for giving me the opportunity to participate in the Grado “e”-series tour. I have owned many sets of Grado cans including the SR-80, 225, 325i (Gold Edition), RS-1i, and a couple of the Head-Fi Edition HF-2s. I have also had experience with a pair of broken-in original edition GS1000s. Product review tours can be a...” --HK_sends
“Looking at the picture of the PK3's I wasn't expecting much. They look and feel cheap using a generic case for the drivers. First I tried them without the foam covers and they sounded awful. I originally thought I had been sold a pair of fakes but after using them with the full cover foams I am impressed. they have good definition and separation in the mid and high frequencies. The bass is...” --thebluebulk
“Well here's the long and the short of it: the new 'e' version of the Grado SR325 is the best one yet. And, IMHO it's the best Grado for the money. Here's why: I've listened to a lot of headphones. A lot a lot. More than anyone should. And as such, I've developed some preferences. To keep this from dragging on... Grado is where it's at if you want lifelike reproduction. Back when I...” --JoeDoe
“ Got these at Amazon after a long search and much reading. Sound for the price is really good. Not in the same league with my Sony Pros or the Sennheisers but surprisingly close. I have them connected with a REALLY cheap headphone amp and the combo far exceeds what I expected. Clear, roomy, dead quiet. ” --Richard S
“ These were my sweetest sounding head-gear yet. It would be brilliant all-rounder if it would not require a portable amp for portable use. This is the first reason i left it, otherwise i almost got an ear infection from those foams.., they get dirty in a few weeks of massive use. I recommend them to clean, i boiled them in water. ” --angevoi
“ Well firstly this is not a true iem. The sound is about as great as one could get from an earbud. In my limited experience and without trying the pk1, I would say these are the finest buds you can buy. With that said, these are not for everyone, this is a niche product within an already niche market. I find driving it with my D12 anaconda makes for a pleasurable sound,...” --Jamesdeandoa
“ Overall I have been satisfied with these phones. I would not recommend paying full price for them like I did. ” --Skoch
What does the i stand for in the new SR80i from Grado? Improved, that’s what! All Audiophiles start somewhere, which is why we highly recommend the SR80i as the headphone of choice for those jumping into the Audiophile pool. Built on the same features as theSR60i, but SR80i utilizes a 4 conductor connecting cable and the diaphragms are put through a special 'de-stressing'...
Grado is proud to introduce the new flagship of their headphone line, the PS1000. This hybrid design has an inner sleeve of a selected species of hand-crafted mahogany made by using an intricate curing process. Its outer housing of metal machined from a special non-resonant, very hard metal alloy utilizes a special processing and casting method to increase the porosity of the alloy. This...
Grado Labs is pleased to announce the introduction of our newest product, the "iGrado" street style headphone. Designed specifically for the portable electronics market, it was our goal to design a street style headphone that will sonically outperform anything currently available in the low-end portable market. This we have accomplished. The new "iGrado" is...