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post #31 of 35
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I finally got to get out some sets...

I couldnt get my hand on a Ms-1 so i go for a SR80 audition... Solid and bright feel... very good mids and high... Likely the demo set is burned in....

Now comes the A700... sound airy... bass overflowing... maybe due to it is a out of the box demo.... mids a bit scooped off.... It might be better if it is burned in. I was in a aircon room, after 5 mins of testing, my ears starts to get steamy.....
post #32 of 35
then get the MS1! Very good resale value as well, if you decide to upgrade.
post #33 of 35
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Originally Posted by Kippei
Now i am stuck with A700 and MS-1....

no idea which one to choose from...
Easy decision-keep both of them
post #34 of 35
I never found Grados particularly uncomfortable, especially with the comfy pads (stock on MS1). The comfies were quite nice, but I actually found the bowls initially more comfortable because they didn't put as much pressure on my ears. That said, Grados also seem quite light, which would also help in the comfort department IMO. It's true that the foam is a bit stiff, though, which could get annoying after a while.
post #35 of 35
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Originally Posted by Kippei View Post

Grado Sr80 in my area currency sell $180, furthurmore it is the only distributor here...

Alessandro MS-1 convert to my currency is only $165....

You know the sum...

It`s great that you have a distributor there.I don`t have one.

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