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now, this is my opinion, and only a short time with the L's on the gs1000i

i believe the gs1000i to be a better headphonethan the rs1i, with the L's, there is more bass than the rs1i

some may like it, some may not

but the mids are better, the treble is better,

 

and as the say "your mileage may vary"

post #11777 of 26875

i do listen to more than just hippy music !!

 

post #11778 of 26875
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now, this is my opinion, and only a short time with the L's on the gs1000i

i believe the gs1000i to be a better headphonethan the rs1i, with the L's, there is more bass than the rs1i

some may like it, some may not

but the mids are better, the treble is better,

 

and as the say "your mileage may vary"


I still remember a while back seeing a 'shoot-out' for headphones on a site dedicated (for the most part) to classical music. As you might have guessed the HD800 won but the GS1000i came in second and one reviewer said it was his favorite over even the HD800. Have you tried it with any large classical recordings? Should be real good I would think.

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I still remember a while back seeing a 'shoot-out' for headphones on a site dedicated (for the most part) to classical music. As you might have guessed the HD800 won but the GS1000i came in second and one reviewer said it was his favorite over even the HD800. Have you tried it with any large classical recordings? Should be real good I would think.


no, not yet, though i do occasionally listen to classical, its not real often

and when i do, i seem to favor small ensembles, or chamber music

post #11780 of 26875
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I still remember a while back seeing a 'shoot-out' for headphones on a site dedicated (for the most part) to classical music. As you might have guessed the HD800 won but the GS1000i came in second and one reviewer said it was his favorite over even the HD800. Have you tried it with any large classical recordings? Should be real good I would think.


no, not yet, though i do occasionally listen to classical, its not real often

and when i do, i seem to favor small ensembles, or chamber music

One of the reasons I use G-Cush on my 325i is for large classical ensembles.

post #11781 of 26875

Are Alessandro fan welcome here?

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Are Alessandro fan welcome here?


certainly !

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So being that Crutchfield doesn't know when they are going to receive the GS's I was looking on Amazon and the cheapest price for the GS's are $1457.96 I paid $995.00 from Crutchfield, no tax or shipping.

Does anyone know where else I can order them from for the same as Crutchfield, because I will order them tonight, thanks.

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Are Alessandro fan welcome here?


Welcome to head-fi, sorry about your wallet!!

post #11785 of 26875
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So being that Crutchfield doesn't know when they are going to receive the GS's I was looking on Amazon and the cheapest price for the GS's are $1457.96 I paid $995.00 from Crutchfield, no tax or shipping.

Does anyone know where else I can order them from for the same as Crutchfield, because I will order them tonight, thanks.


woo audio

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Are Alessandro fan welcome here?


Darn right!  Join the party.

 

in the meantime, I continue to be absolutely blown away by the Burson/225i combination.  With the exception of  some high rez and well-mastered material that I have, this combo is smoother, more enveloping, with wider soundstage and better instrument separation than what I get with my Alpha Dogs. 

 

I am officially returning my objectivist membership card.  This combination is so good, I feel like a 6 Moons reviewer. Heck, after spending a few days with this combo, I think I can actually understand a 6 Moons review!

 

So, now that I have experienced 'scaling' and synergy, what other amps out there make Grado's sing so well?  I'm sure Woo is on the list, but what other amps are Gradophiles using?

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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post
 

So being that Crutchfield doesn't know when they are going to receive the GS's I was looking on Amazon and the cheapest price for the GS's are $1457.96 I paid $995.00 from Crutchfield, no tax or shipping.

Does anyone know where else I can order them from for the same as Crutchfield, because I will order them tonight, thanks.


Woo Audio.  And I think you get a free stand as well.

post #11788 of 26875

moon audio

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woo audio

Oh, I had no idea!

But I can't remember if they charge N.Y sales tax when I bought the WA6, but I'm going to look into it right now, thanks Jay.

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Woo Audio.  And I think you get a free stand as well.

Thank you also, like I said I had no idea!

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