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post #31 of 35
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Originally Posted by Jahn
i have a feeling your woody 325 will hold it's own against that senn!
Oh, I'm sure, but I haven't heard any other grado's I would rather listen to for most of my music than mine, including RS-1's and HP-2's. I will give those two the benefit of the doubt and say that I didn't have enough time to get used to the different sound, and that they could very well be significantly better cans.
I just found that the HD600's do music better than the beyers, and are a better complement to my grado's.

Watch me buy another pair of DT770's, though. They're just awesome for movies and gaming.
post #32 of 35
hehe, some days i feel the pull to have senns too, to replace the beyers as situational cans. then i say, why bother? they are only situational after all. Grados for Life!
post #33 of 35
Im always in doubt as to whether I should have gone that SR-325 Woody over the MS-Pro (it was like ... $300 in the fs forum) i guess i may find the answer one day

Rhydon: imagine the MS-Pro ... without white mesh and black plastic over the driver.
post #34 of 35
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Originally Posted by Rhydon View Post
If you wanna talk about MSPRO vs. 225 thats a whole diff story.
I wouldn't mind hearing that story.
post #35 of 35
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Originally Posted by mmmmcheese View Post

Hey dude, The grado equivalents are as follows

MS1: either SR80 or SR125 (they are debateable to which one)
MS2: SR325
MS2i: SR325i
MS pro: RS1

Actually,aren`t they the same company?Or they just use very similar design and some parts?

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