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Originally Posted by wormsdriver View Post

^can't help but think what would've been if they had used the deeper Rs1 type cups. I think it would've enhanced an already quite good headphone!


2X. Yes...would have been nice. Especially for the price their charging. 

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Another 2hrs of listening tonight so far with the GH-1 and I'm finding these HP's very musical with a very nice robust tonal balance through out the frequency range. No complaints here so far, and they will only get better! I must say I'm very happily/impressed/surprised with the entire sound quality of the GH-1.

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If the GH1 uses deeper Rs1 like cups, I am certain it  will increase the sound-stage and holographic impression by a large margin.  But I think the RS1 will still sound more sharp and precise due to the slightly denser wood material of Mahogany vs Maple.  The Maple certainly brings a very warm signature to the music.

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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post

Another 2hrs of listening tonight so far with the GH-1 and I'm finding these HP's very musical with a very nice robust tonal balance through out the frequency range. No complaints here so far, and they will only get better! I must say I'm very happily/impressed/surprised with the entire sound quality of the GH-1.
Joseph do you share similar thoughts/opinions like headfi mono comparing the rs1i v the gh1?

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@Donlin apologies for missing the commentary regarding ps500e v gh1.
Edited by XLR8 - Today at 8:57 pm
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Originally Posted by XLR8 View Post

Joseph do you share similar thoughts/opinions like headfi mono comparing the rs1i v the gh1?

I've only switched between the GH-1/RS1i's for one track then put the GH-1 back on one time only, and my first thought was that the GH-1 possibly had a warmer/fuller mid-range. I'll post the differences I hear between the two after much more burning-in on the GH-1. Their both going to have different a sound being everything is different as far as the drivers (e/i) and wood (Mahogany/Maple) and the depth of the cups and frequency-ranges. EDIT: On the other hand the RS1i (as of now) has more air/space between the instruments.


Edited by joseph69 - Today at 9:53 pm
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Is the midrange recessed on the GH-1?

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Originally Posted by rovopio View Post

Is the midrange recessed on the GH-1?

No, not at all.
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Originally Posted by rovopio View Post
 

Is the midrange recessed on the GH-1?

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No, not at all.

Agreed…definitely not.

post #26949 of 26950

GH1 midrange is not recess when compared with other companies' headphones, but I did find that it has less mid range bump than some other Grados.

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The GH-1 may have less upper midrange and lower treble spike than the RS2e, but it's has more extended treble.

There is definitely more treble shimmer. The GH-1 extends both ways more in the bass and treble than RS2e. 

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