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post #1396 of 1401

That's about does it, thank you!

post #1397 of 1401

If I'm not mistaking, the new ',e'' serie's pads are shaped a bit differently from the previous models, Now, if this makes a big enough difference on the way they sound, we might want to start specifying wich pads we're referring to, or it will start to get confusing.

 

Same goes for the headphones themselves, with now, 3 générations , it's important to specify wich gen we're referryng to. Maybe I should copy and paste this in the Grado Fan Club thread.

post #1398 of 1401

You can add me to this thread. :L3000:

Just got my RS1i's.

 

So happy now and will post pics when they arrive sometime in the next few days next to my SR80's.

Was going to buy the ms-pros but resisted against them heavily so and appreciate their differences and neutrality but wanted more of the SR80 sound signature.

 

I think I just bought a classix...

 

:atsmile:


Edited by XLR8 - 9/14/14 at 3:05am
post #1399 of 1401

Thanks a lot, much appreciated!

post #1400 of 1401

 

 

Thanks a lot, much appreciated.

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Originally Posted by XLR8 View Post
 

You can add me to this thread. :L3000:

Just got my RS1i's.

 

So happy now and will post pics when they arrive sometime in the next few days next to my SR80's.

Was going to buy the ms-pros but resisted against them heavily so and appreciate their differences and neutrality but wanted more of the SR80 sound signature.

 

I think I just bought a classix...

 

:atsmile:

You sure did  :smile:

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