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Originally Posted by hsubox View Post
 


There's an RS1i on the FS forum for $430.

Good deal. Someone should jump on it. 

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Originally Posted by ArmAndHammer View Post
 

Good deal. Someone should jump on it. 

Hows the LD?

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It's great. I haven't rolled tubes yet but it's pretty darn good as is. Might not mess with it for a while. Such a great match with the Grados. 

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Glad to hear!

Which tubes did you put in, the Siemens or the Voskhods?  

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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post
 

Hows the LD?

A LD is my next purchase.

 

Also I'm spamming my 3D Grado cup thread here too. http://www.head-fi.org/t/696967/calling-all-grado-owners-3d-printed-cup-project-in-progress-need-cup-dimensions-3d-models

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Originally Posted by ArmAndHammer View Post
 

It's great. I haven't rolled tubes yet but it's pretty darn good as is. Might not mess with it for a while. Such a great match with the Grados. 

you'll get pulled in and roll every tube there is... one of us... one of... lol

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haha...I managed to resist last time. This is actually my second LD. I tried and stopped with the Sylvania GB-408A last time. 

 

joseph, I put in the Siemens. Haven't tried the others yet.

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Originally Posted by ArmAndHammer View Post
 

haha...I managed to resist last time. This is actually my second LD. I tried and stopped with the Sylvania GB-408A last time. 

 

joseph, I put in the Siemens. Haven't tried the others yet.


the siemens are pretty good, they came with my first LD,  the best cheap tube i found was rca 5915, sweeeeeeeet

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Originally Posted by adeadcrab View Post
 

Grados GS1000i owner here.

Possible my favorite Grado.  I sorta imitate them with the 325i woody/G-cush.

 

Lucky you.

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Originally Posted by bbophead View Post

Possible my favorite Grado.  I sorta imitate them with the 325i woody/G-cush.

Lucky you.


PS1000/RS2 owner here

How different are the GS1000's from the PS1000's?

I'm thinking of upgrading the RS2, as i mainly use those at home, and the PS1000(or GR10) everywhere else.
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I'm new on the forum - Hi everyone!
I own the SR-80i's and have used them on and off for over a year. I doubt they are broken in however long that takes. Anyway I love them and yes I want to upgrade further up the line as it can only be totally amazing from what I have read here. So many happy Grado people.
I am about to buy the Asgard amp then it's probably the PS-500's for me. So I would like to be in the club with everyone!

I really love this forum, it's just so much fun here!

Ron
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Originally Posted by rwitt View Post

I'm new on the forum - Hi everyone!
I own the SR-80i's and have used them on and off for over a year. I doubt they are broken in however long that takes. Anyway I love them and yes I want to upgrade further up the line as it can only be totally amazing from what I have read here. So many happy Grado people.
I am about to buy the Asgard amp then it's probably the PS-500's for me. So I would like to be in the club with everyone!

I really love this forum, it's just so much fun here!

Ron
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Welcome to Head-Fi! 

 

YES! The Grado is indeed can last us long. I have never seen such thick cable before in a $100 price bracket xD 

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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

 

I have never seen such thick cable before in a $100 price bracket xD 

Don't be fooled...the cable is thick but the actual wires inside are surprisingly thin. Not to say that means low quality. I think that the sound speaks for itself not to mention there are many Grados out there that are 10+ years old. I'm sure many much older than that. Still working and sounding great.

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Originally Posted by ArmAndHammer View Post
 

Don't be fooled...the cable is thick but the actual wires inside are surprisingly thin. Not to say that means low quality. I think that the sound speaks for itself not to mention there are many Grados out there that are 10+ years old. I'm sure many much older than that. Still working and sounding great.

Exactly, I like the thick rubber design. It makes me less worry about the cable while traveling in my bag. I'm going to count how long mine will last xD

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My 325 is three years old and counting. Young by Grado standards...lol

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