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post #16 of 48
Cool case. Are they still out of stock?
post #17 of 48
I could have used this a few days ago. My precious SR-60s lost one of the black pieces holding them together. Lesson: Don't leave headphones unprotected in backpack.
post #18 of 48
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Grado case

Big Poppa: Yes, we currently have plenty of these Grado cases in stock.

Airmail shipping (with insurance) to the USA is £9.44 for this headphone case.
post #19 of 48
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Originally Posted by PhaedrusX View Post
the RS-2s fit fine in those cases. i'm not sure which larger bowls you are referring to, as outside of the GS-1000 salad bowls, i believe the standard bowls only come in one size.

these Grado cases on the surface look nearly identical to the eBay ones, but if they do come with custom molding on the inside, they might be worth a look, if shipping costs aren't inflated.

waiting for pics.
I didn't explain myself very well. I should have said wood cups. I have an EBay Grado case and my RS-1's won't fit, my 325i's just barely, but the HF-1's fit perfectly, The case I just purchased from HiFi headphones in the UK is deeper so the RS-1's fit. I also like the "jack holder" in the HiFi product. I wish it were less expensive, with shipping it's close to $50US.
post #20 of 48
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Originally Posted by fatcat28037 View Post
I didn't explain myself very well. I should have said wood cups. I have an EBay Grado case and my RS-1's won't fit, my 325i's just barely, but the HF-1's fit perfectly, The case I just purchased from HiFi headphones in the UK is deeper so the RS-1's fit. I also like the "jack holder" in the HiFi product. I wish it were less expensive, with shipping it's close to $50US.
that makes sense. the RS-1's cups do protrude further out than the RS-2's.

oddly (or not), the Taiwan bcase listings were pulled from eBay at roughly the same time these cases were offered here. bad timing, as i was going to pick up another one. while the plug holder and deeper case are nice features, i agree it's a bit spendy.
post #21 of 48
do these ship to the netherlands?
nvm...
post #22 of 48
just ordered one

can't wait to get it. i need a case
post #23 of 48
I got the case in sometime last week. Took about a week to get from the UK to the US (California). It's pretty nice. Nice and hard for durability with a nice simple design. My 325i's fit pretty well with some extra room still. Very happy with it since it'll be protecting my 325i's when I take it around with me. I'm glad I found something to protect my Grado's. Here are a few pictures...

What's in the package..


The case itself (top closed view)..


The inside with my 325i's and PA2v2 in the middle..
post #24 of 48
Nice case !
post #25 of 48
Ordered.
post #26 of 48
That case looks awesome. Now I feel bad that I used my SR125's as ear-muffs on the worst days Rochester NY winter had to offer!
post #27 of 48
Are you offering a discount for these forums? Also will RS-1's fit?
post #28 of 48
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Originally Posted by iriverdude View Post
Are you offering a discount for these forums? Also will RS-1's fit?
I recently bought one of these to house my RS-1s, and I have to say, whilst the fit is a little snug, it really is a good idea to protect those phones!
post #29 of 48
I don't even know if it was the same case or not, but I read that a case similar to this caused the silver to rub off of the buttons. I just put a set of ratshack pads over them before I pack them in my case.
post #30 of 48
Buttons? eh?
Will the Grado 3.5mm-6.25mm and 6' cable also fit into the case or too tight?
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