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In answer to my own question, Grado advises that the PS1000 weighs around 14 ounces or 397 grams. Thank you.

post #92 of 96

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Originally Posted by MrSpenkelink View Post

In answer to my own question, Grado advises that the PS1000 weighs around 14 ounces or 397 grams. Thank you.

 

To answer your other question about comfort, I've never found them to be heavy, but the pads were scratchy at first, and they felt awkard. Both of those characteristics have abated over time. They do however still feel loose, but I've learned to adjust to that.

 

post #93 of 96

The heavy ear cups do pull down on the thin headband. This may create pressure on top of the head after some time.

post #94 of 96

You can wear them for a longer time when you shape the headbandso that it touches your head on as wide a distance as possible. This is easy to obtain with high Grado model headbands.

post #95 of 96

question to PS1000 owners...

 

i just got these cans yesterday.  been listening to music nonstop.  

 

issue:  on any dynamic pop track with a female singer... if there is any kind of bass rhythm, the woman's voice will vibrate/distort really badly.  like she has phlegm in her throat. 

 

is something wrong with them?  or is this part of the burning in process?  was listening side-by-side with some HD700's and they did not do that at all...

post #96 of 96
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Originally Posted by talkingmuffin View Post
 

question to PS1000 owners...

 

i just got these cans yesterday.  been listening to music nonstop.  

 

issue:  on any dynamic pop track with a female singer... if there is any kind of bass rhythm, the woman's voice will vibrate/distort really badly.  like she has phlegm in her throat. 

 

is something wrong with them?  or is this part of the burning in process?  was listening side-by-side with some HD700's and they did not do that at all...

That is not part of the burn-in process (if it exists at all). That sounds more like the Grattle going on there. I'd send them back to be looked at.

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