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post #17191 of 18569
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Originally Posted by elmoe View Post

No offense, this is just a FYI, but it's rare for a pair of 325is to sell for more than 180-200 USD on head-fi. 275 is 20 bucks less than a brand new pair...

It's a reasonable starting price because of the $50 leather case it comes with (assuming that it includes shipping). Good luck.
post #17192 of 18569
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Originally Posted by jaywillin View Post
 

W.W. i sure i've posted this before, but who cares !!!

 

 

Jay, you can post this every other day if you want....because I can listen to this 24/7

 

This is just pure magic......I love it....it is my crack cocaine .

 

Alot of strings being bent in those few minutes.

 

Excuse me, while I listen again.  :beerchug:

post #17193 of 18569
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Originally Posted by Claritas View Post


It's a reasonable starting price because of the $50 leather case it comes with (assuming that it includes shipping). Good luck.

 

Once again, I mean no offense, I already have my own pair so I'm not interested either way, but even with a used leather case 275usd is a steep price... Assuming you take the usual 180usd used pricetag, add 40 bucks for the (used) leather case and 20 bucks for shipping, that's around 240usd, which would be a fair starting price especially considering there is now the 325e so the "i" series prices are going to go down even more.

post #17194 of 18569
I wouldn't be surprised if that were the end price, but that's not good salesmanship. Let's move on.
post #17195 of 18569

My experience selling stuff on here the past few years is that the majority of people don’t care about bundled accessories and value them very, very low in a sale. it’s like, “ooh, that’s a nice case (or extra pads or extra tubes, etc). I’ll give you 2 bucks for it” like it’s a garage sale. the meat of the sale is the headphone. Most people either don’t want the accessories or would like them thrown in for free.

 

just my experience. I had grado hard carry cases and ended up practically giving them away

post #17196 of 18569

Hey guys.
What is the "Grado In House Sound" like?

post #17197 of 18569

Interesting article posted yesterday on ARS technical. Includes a visit to Grado and mentions where the drivers are built (or not built...)

 

http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014/07/some-of-the-worlds-most-reknowned-headphones-built-in-a-brooklyn-townhouse/

post #17198 of 18569
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Originally Posted by LCfiner View Post
 

My experience selling stuff on here the past few years is that the majority of people don’t care about bundled accessories and value them very, very low in a sale. it’s like, “ooh, that’s a nice case (or extra pads or extra tubes, etc). I’ll give you 2 bucks for it” like it’s a garage sale. the meat of the sale is the headphone. Most people either don’t want the accessories or would like them thrown in for free.

 

just my experience. I had grado hard carry cases and ended up practically giving them away

 

That's pretty much my take on it as well. If you're going to throw in accessories, don't let them impact the sale price (much) or you'll have a hard time selling the cans. That's also why I don't bother with accessories unless I'm sure I'll keep that particular pair of headphones, or can use the accessories with another pair.

 

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Originally Posted by Claritas View Post

I wouldn't be surprised if that were the end price, but that's not good salesmanship. Let's move on.
 
These forums aren't used for salesmanship though. If you look at the trends, it's extremely rare for anything to sell for anything above the "average head-fi used price". Really, if you want a quick, hassle-free sale, then Head-Fi is great. you're dealing with people who take care of their gear, know what to expect, and it's rare for things to go wrong, that's the interest of selling on Head-Fi (it's a buyer's paradise!). If you want to squeeze out every last dollar, you might as well use ebay. It'll be hard to succeed doing this here.

Edited by elmoe - 7/24/14 at 4:55am
post #17199 of 18569
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Originally Posted by elmoe View Post

That's pretty much my take on it as well. If you're going to throw in accessories, don't let them impact the sale price (much) or you'll have a hard time selling the cans. That's also why I don't bother with accessories unless I'm sure I'll keep that particular pair of headphones, or can use the accessories with another pair.

I realize fully I haven't priced them to move quickly. I'm finishing up demoing some other cans that will be my next purchase, so I wanted to list them just to get them out there.(I included the original box with warranty, and also a very comfy headband I made)
As you'll notice it says best price also. I didn't prove to move just yet. They'll go down, but I purposely wanted them to stay for a moment (there are some people who have already expressed interest in it though, so back fire
: P )
Edited by ThePianoMan - 7/24/14 at 5:22am
post #17200 of 18569
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Originally Posted by ThePianoMan View Post


I realize fully I haven't priced them to move quickly. I'm finishing up demoing some other cans that will be my next purchase, so I wanted to list them just to get them out there.(I included the original box with warranty, and also a very comfy headband I made)
As you'll notice it says best price also. I didn't prove to move just yet. They'll go down, but I purposely wanted them to stay for a moment (there are some people who have already expressed interest in it though, so back fire
: P )

 

Well hey, if you can sell them at that price then good ;) I think something in the 220-240usd ballpark will get them sold for sure though. Don't put too much stock into DIY stuff, it says in the rules that you can't sell anything you made yourself above the price of parts.

post #17201 of 18569
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Originally Posted by elmoe View Post
 

 

Well hey, if you can sell them at that price then good ;) I think something in the 220-240usd ballpark will get them sold for sure though. Don't put too much stock into DIY stuff, it says in the rules that you can't sell anything you made yourself above the price of parts.


Yeah I read the rules! Everything is below the price of retail so it should be fine.

 

Thanks for the advice!

 

Happy Listening! :beyersmile:

post #17202 of 18569

Haven't had much time the last few weeks to listen to much music. Decided to do just that when I woke up this morning, so turned on the LD1+, put on my RS1i's and let the playlist go.

 

Maybe that small, unintended, break was just what I needed. Holy crap, those sound so good! Preaching to the choir and all that, but it's hard to appreciate how good Grados really are sometimes until you step away and come back. :gs1000smile:

post #17203 of 18569

Bifrost Uber is up for sale.

 

Grado fan pricing?  Maybe...

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/727913/schiit-bifrost-uber-non-usb

post #17204 of 18569
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Originally Posted by jonbmet View Post

Interesting article posted yesterday on ARS technical. Includes a visit to Grado and mentions where the drivers are built (or not built...)

http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014/07/some-of-the-worlds-most-reknowned-headphones-built-in-a-brooklyn-townhouse/

This was posted not too far back at post #17159 in case you're curious what people had to say about it then.

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post #17205 of 18569
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Originally Posted by hsubox View Post
 

Haven't had much time the last few weeks to listen to much music. Decided to do just that when I woke up this morning, so turned on the LD1+, put on my RS1i's and let the playlist go.

 

Maybe that small, unintended, break was just what I needed. Holy crap, those sound so good! Preaching to the choir and all that, but it's hard to appreciate how good Grados really are sometimes until you step away and come back. :gs1000smile:


Absolutely!

 

It's been a few days since I mailed the GS1Ke to the next guy on  the tour, and I just spent some real time with my 225i's for the first time in a while.  Goosebumps and smiles the whole time.  I feel like I might be ready to off of the merry-go-round and call it done.  I will still give the HE-560's a listen, but I'm leaning towards just enjoying what I have.  Because it sounds stellar, and that last 2 to 5% is pretty pricey.

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