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I am wondering which headphones are NOT made in China, since I am abit surprise to know that my Denon D5000 is not made in Japan but made in China. I am not saying China product is bad, but I feel better to buy a $400 stuff in Japan/Germany/USA.
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off hand I know.. Audio Technica's are made from japan and Grado's are made in the states.

I think that AKG is made in Austria.. but that might only be true for the more expensive models.
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HD580s - Made in Ireland
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Japan, Austria, Britain and Germany for mine.
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the search function probably would've helped a bit..
http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f4/whe...s-made-407419/
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HD600 made in ireland (so is the 650)
Not sure where allesandro's are made.
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Hd 650- It says made in Ireland. But I thought it was made in Germany.
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I believe mine are made in the U.S. and Japan
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Originally Posted by d(((--)))b View Post
Hd 650- It says made in Ireland. But I thought it was made in Germany.
HD650 is deffinatly made in Ireland.
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My Grados are made in the US
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Originally Posted by Suntory_Times View Post
Not sure where allesandro's are made.
Brooklyn, NY. All Grados and their variants (except the iGrado, which still uses a driver made in Brooklyn) are made in Sunset Park Brooklyn on 7th Ave.
post #12 of 124
USA, Germany, Ireland, England, and Japan. I'm sure some parts came from China somewhere along the way.
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Originally Posted by Mercuttio View Post
Brooklyn, NY. All Grados and their variants (except the iGrado, which still uses a driver made in Brooklyn) are made in Sunset Park Brooklyn on 7th Ave.
I'm very happy it's not china (nothing wrong with china), but i'm sick of everything bieng made there. Hell i'd pay for a 20% increase in the cost of a headphone for them to be built in Australia.
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My AKG 702 ...

post #15 of 124
My Audio Technica AD900's are made in Japan. I also know the A900s are made in Japan.

However I think the AD700's are made in China.
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