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post #61 of 120
Maybe someone can make this a sticky as part of the John Grado interview thread!

....then I can find it easily for review!

What's cool is seeing some of the folks who I suspect had a hand in making my MS-1 and MS2i. If you are reading this thread; Thank you so much for my beautiful MS2i. Great job!!
post #62 of 120
Oh my god! Loved it!!


Its seems to mabye be a sonyericcson handsfree earbuds? i have those myself and think it looks the same...


Thanks for the pictures!!!
post #63 of 120
Thread Starter 
For those that were asking, the Grado headphone drivers are made in-house.
post #64 of 120
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For those that were asking, the Grado headphone drivers are made in-house.
Well that oughta stir things up.
post #65 of 120
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Well that oughta stir things up.
Yeah I always thought they were outsourced.

BTW, I have a keen eye. Nobody else noticed this, or if they did, no one posted it. I spy with my little eye balanced XLR connectors on these GS1000s:
post #66 of 120
Thread Starter 
Here is one more set of Grado cans that were on display at the Cable Research Lab booth at HES this year. Not many of these out there.


post #67 of 120
This surely is the Grado post that tops all the others. Amazing to see the house that Grado built in all of its old world,handmade,glory. Definately an almost religious experience for us Gradoheads.
Thanks Luke for an outstanding post. Those RS-2s......who would have thought?
post #68 of 120
How is this thread not "stickied"?

Perplexing...
post #69 of 120
Thanks for sharing those amazing pictures. A real treat for the Grado fans here at headfi.
post #70 of 120
Did you get a chance to ask how Grado makes their cans able to function as x-ray goggles? No-one ever talks about it, but I use that feature all the time. It's really the main reason I bought the cans.
post #71 of 120
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Awesome tour! Thanks for those pics. Now I know how that kink in the cable right at the Y connector happened
x's 4 for this..

Indeed a big thanks for this post Luke..

Sweet read.. (tup)
post #72 of 120
Amazing photos- makes me love my Grados even more!
post #73 of 120
Great pics indeed. It makes me wanna buy an RS 1. Coincidently, I just listened to an SR 60 with a turntable and I loved it. Grados are amazing phones.
post #74 of 120
OMG SWEET!
post #75 of 120
Well glad to see Grados are made by dungeon slaves, then stacked in a ratty old cardboard box.

I know I wouldn't be able to sleep at night running a "facility" like this.
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