Hello Headfi
Im working on a DIY project and would appreciate it if you could help me with some quick measurements.
I would like to put together a table of the HEIGHT of various Grado and Alessandro headphones.
It is important that all headphones are stock! If they have been disassembled (recabled or otherwise modified) at any time please note that. To make things easy on everyone, please use the metric system (milimeters) to measure. It is OK to round to the nearest mm if you have tools that measure better, but accuracy to 1mm should be obtainable by anyone and I think good enough for this kind of informal survey.
Please measure from the 2 outermost points shown:
It is often helpful to measure from a few cm in on the ruler, and subtract. the ends of rulers get all chewed up...
If you can confirm someone elses measurement, please just quote them and type "confirmed"
I will quote you for credit & edit your response info into this post so that its easier to find as time passes. I filled in all of the grados models I could think of, with all well known variations so that if there is a change from model to model it may be noted.
Thank you all in advance for your help.
Grado:
SR60 23mm
SR60i
SR80
SR80i
SR100
SR125
SR125i
SR200
SR225
SR225i
SR300
SR325 (black) 35mm
SR325 (silver)
SR325i
.
HF1
HF2 33mm
RS1 (very very old, oldest vintage) 40mm
RS1 from somewhere in the middle there
RS1i
RS2
RS2i
GS1000
GS1000i
PS1
PS1000
HP1 (with switches)
HP2 (without switches) 34mm
HP3 (at least confirm if its the same as the HP2)
Alessandro:
MS1
MS1i
MS2
MS2i
MSpro
Im working on a DIY project and would appreciate it if you could help me with some quick measurements.
I would like to put together a table of the HEIGHT of various Grado and Alessandro headphones.
It is important that all headphones are stock! If they have been disassembled (recabled or otherwise modified) at any time please note that. To make things easy on everyone, please use the metric system (milimeters) to measure. It is OK to round to the nearest mm if you have tools that measure better, but accuracy to 1mm should be obtainable by anyone and I think good enough for this kind of informal survey.
Please measure from the 2 outermost points shown:
It is often helpful to measure from a few cm in on the ruler, and subtract. the ends of rulers get all chewed up...
If you can confirm someone elses measurement, please just quote them and type "confirmed"
I will quote you for credit & edit your response info into this post so that its easier to find as time passes. I filled in all of the grados models I could think of, with all well known variations so that if there is a change from model to model it may be noted.
Thank you all in advance for your help.
Grado:
SR60 23mm
Quote:
23.82mm digital calipers. (So I guess this a confirmation of 24mm)

SR80
SR80i
SR100
SR125
SR125i
SR200
SR225
SR225i
SR300
SR325 (black) 35mm
SR325 (silver)
SR325i
.
HF1
HF2 33mm
RS1 (very very old, oldest vintage) 40mm
RS1 from somewhere in the middle there
RS1i
RS2
RS2i
GS1000
GS1000i
PS1
PS1000
Quote:
Originally Posted by wnmnkh
42.34mm, avg from both sides, used a digital caliper.

HP2 (without switches) 34mm
HP3 (at least confirm if its the same as the HP2)
Alessandro:
MS1
Quote:
23.82mm digital calipers. (So I guess this a confirmation of 24mm)

MS2
MS2i
MSpro