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post #16 of 485
Zanth, many thanks for doing this!

Mr Grado, you too
post #17 of 485
great job !! Can't wait for your "report"
post #18 of 485
thanks Zanth. can't wait can't wait.
post #19 of 485
Oh god, I'm leaving tonight for vacation and I might not get a chance to read the interview until I get back!

HURRY IT UP OH GOD PLEASE THINK OF THE CHILDREN
post #20 of 485
Zanth
Waiting for your writeup.
All of the Lucky Headfi members who attended the 4 NY meets we held at Grado labs can attest to what a down to earth guy John Grado is.
post #21 of 485
Three freaking hours? I hope you recorded it! Don't forget anything please!
post #22 of 485
Wow, sounds like you guys has a great coversation! I can't wait to hear the results either. Very cool of John to bring up sensitive issues. Perhaps he does read these forums and observes what we talk and spam about in relation to Grado.

I hope you've got some good news about those portables! Grado sound in streetstyle form? Extasy!
post #23 of 485
Thanks John and Zanth.

I look forward to reading the interview.


Mitch
post #24 of 485
Awesome, thanks Zanth and John Grado! can't wait
post #25 of 485
Sounds great, I can't wait to read it! Good work Zanth!
post #26 of 485
Thanks to both John and Zanth!
post #27 of 485
Can you make it available in an audio form?
post #28 of 485
That would be awesome, as long as he has John's permission to do so.
post #29 of 485
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by greenhorn
Can you make it available in an audio form?

Can't, I did not record it. I scribbled notes down while we were discussing. I have a list of questions I asked specifically, other things were answered in a general way throughout the conversation. When I post my writeup, I will write in a general way and then for specific questions as I asked them, I will give the answer. Everything will be paraphrased even though the answer will be the one John gave. I won't put any words into his mouth as it were is what I'm trying to get at.

For instance, as a teaser....we were discussing HP-1000's at one point and I slipped in, "so how many were made?"

John: "about 1000"
Me: "was that total of for each model"
John then elaborated saying that it was for all models, only 1000 were made. I can't remember exactly how he put it, but well, he gave me the answer above

I couldn't do this from my office and I don't have the capability to record at home, and if I did, in the end I would have just posted a quasi-transcript anyway. But that is neither here nor there. I did get answers for pretty well each question that was asked in that other thread I posted though
post #30 of 485
My question is, where are the 950 pairs of HP1000s that we don't know about!
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