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Post a photo.

Heres my best shot.

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Heres my best shot.

325is…in chrome.

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Thanks you. It's a great headphone and sounds fantastic! I bought it second hand and in perfect condition for $140. Witch I think is very good price. Considering NIB price for the 325is in Norway is $485
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Thanks you. It's a great headphone and sounds fantastic! I bought it second hand and in perfect condition for $140. Witch I think is very good price. Considering NIB price for the 325is in Norway is $485

That is an excellent price, even here in the U.S. that would be a nice price.

Yes, they do sound excellent…I love my 325is, enjoy!

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That is an excellent price, even here in the U.S. that would be a nice price.

Yes, they do sound excellent…I love my 325is, enjoy!

 

 

 

The seller thought they were old models. Like the first 325 that came out. 

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Woooooooow man, i'm REALLY enjoying the new life of my 325i since I plug them in my old Sansui amp...this monster bass impact and influx of air between instrumentations and the soundstage that became 2 times bigger.

It's more than a big deal, this Grado need lot of power to come alive truely, no joke!

Gooooooooosh:L3000:

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#1772

 

been using my sr325 for almost one year...gotta say i really love them!good mids and treble, bass abit lack but not much of an issue since they still give real good clean bass...comfy issue though as my ears started to hurt after half an hour of continuous listening...still one of my fav cans! huge grad's fan!


Edited by Peanut Jin - 4/28/16 at 1:44am
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hi all! apologies for reviving an old thread... i have a woodied 325is and i couldn't be happier. :-)

im planning to reuse the old cups and was hoping to remove the branding (ie. remove the black ring with embossed text). does anyone know how this is done? see attached pic (taken from the first page) :-)

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Hello!  Alrighty, so I decided to purchase these specific headphones for a number of reasons. First, I mainly listen to 60's rock (Beatles, Dylan, Creedence, Doors, Hendrix, Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Velvet Underground, Zeppelin, Stones, Pink Floyd) and these suit that music perfectly. The reason is because it is a dynamic type of headphone and no other headphone no matter how sophisticated and high tech can give you the slam, energy, impact, and just raw power of a dynamic headphone. Second Grado is already known for being the best headphones for rock music no matter the headphone. Third Grado has models ranging from about $80 to $1700 but I find these to be the best for rock music, the reasoning is because the plastic models just sound dull, the wooden ones sound too smooth and soft (you want some aggressiveness when you listen to rock) and because of the L-cush pads they bring in a more intimate soundstage as if you are right in front of the band rather than the G-cush which makes it like you are a couple of rows from the stage. I personally love that big bold aggressive sound that is in your face because you just want to crank it up and jam. Ok so now some recommendations, I paired these headphones with the Schiit Magni 2 amp and Modi 2 DAC (which by the way is great because the whole setup is made in USA and the silver tone colors of all three components just make it look so sleek and industrial grade, which by the way they are all built like tanks) and again the reasoning for this is because I find solid state to give more impact, energy, slam and aggressiveness that tubes just cant do as well. This setup is natural and less digital sounding, it is smooth but never soft, and never fatiguing.I highly recommend to break in this setup at a little higher than normal volume overnight for 10 hours a day until you get to 100 hours with the Schiit stack too because it makes the sound way smoother, it is real, absolutely for Grados, maybe not for other headphones but for these, 100% certain. The trebles extends higher but gets smooth, the bass extends deeper and gets tighter and smoother, the midrange gets more vivid and the soundstage opens up more. 

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@ Zealsoijun

 

Why did you feel the need to cut paste/post this in 3 different Grado threads ?

 

It's a bit annoying......


Edited by Foofoobanana - 7/14/16 at 6:06am
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