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post #76 of 475
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Originally Posted by lisnalee View Post
Oooh that is expensive. I wasnt too sure of their original price as there wasn't any listed on the website.

But after seeing that i'm very glad i bought my used.
outta curiosity how much did you get urs used for?
post #77 of 475
just been doing some listening with the grados

quite enjoying them!

great soundstage, love it, with all my tastes of music (trance, vocal, classical) it performs very well.

this coming from a first time can user =)
post #78 of 475
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Originally Posted by FeedMeTrance View Post
outta curiosity how much did you get urs used for?
$200
post #79 of 475
nice not too bad considering they are $100 stock and another $300 to modify!

grr - wish i managed to snag up a woodied/alo cabled pair!
post #80 of 475
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grr - wish i managed to snag up a woodied/alo cabled pair!
I was going to get my 325is woodied then i seen these and jumped at them.
post #81 of 475
dang - if u ever decide to sell em ......

haha

hav u heard stock ones before, is it much of a difference?
post #82 of 475
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Originally Posted by FeedMeTrance View Post
dang - if u ever decide to sell em ......

haha

hav u heard stock ones before, is it much of a difference?
I'll keep you in mind

No ive never heard the stock SR-80's before. I would like to try a pair but in the uk they retail for about £80 /$160 so to expensive to buy and compare.
post #83 of 475
they are cheap from TTVJ - however he doesnt ship o'seas. Luckily I hav a friend in USA who I got them shipped to, and he sent em to me.
post #84 of 475
hi guys, I'm proud to say I'm a new owner of the sr80s...

I previously had the e4c. What an improvement the sr80s are! I am finally feeling the "beat" of the music instead of just listening analytically
post #85 of 475
An improvement? I haven't heard the e4cs, but I never would have guessed a $100 headphone could whip a $300 IEM.

Glad you like them.
post #86 of 475
I'm really tempted to join the SR-80 crew, but I've already purchased two pairs of headphones and a new amp this month ^_^
post #87 of 475
Are the SR80 that much different that the SR60? In comfort and sound?
How do the SR80 compare to the MS-1? And to the SR225?

I went out last week to check out and hopefully buy a pair of SR225 (the store only carried 125/225) but found the doors locked and the store out of business. I have no problem buying online, but I really want to be sure they are going to be worth it.

I really like those modded ones! I do woodturning, but not sure I'd try making those.
post #88 of 475
I love my 225's. My 80's are great too. They just are not as detailed and as bassy.
post #89 of 475
I say if you can afford it, get the Sr225s. The 125s are not worth the price jump between the Sr80s. I like to say that the SR225s are the sweet spot of Grados.
post #90 of 475
I'm content with my SR80s with 414 pads atm, I am getting a semi-beat up SR60 that will get recabled
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