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post #7996 of 26127
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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post

I own the SR80i, and I love them, and also own the SR325is, and them them because to me they are two very different headphones, and even though the 325's are heavier than the 80's I find them more comfortable. I've never heard the MS1, but people on this forum do speak very highly of them.

What aspects they are differents man?

now i'm getting confuse :( hahaha 

But you cant headbang with 325is right?

post #7997 of 26127
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Originally Posted by lllcarbonlll View Post

What aspects they are differents man?

now i'm getting confuse :( hahaha 

But you cant headbang with 325is right?

What exactly do you mean by "headbang"?

post #7998 of 26127
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Originally Posted by parbaked View Post

What exactly do you mean by "headbang"?

 

 

post #7999 of 26127
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Originally Posted by lllcarbonlll View Post

What aspects they are differents man?

now i'm getting confuse :( hahaha 

But you cant headbang with 325is right?

They both carry different sound signatures in my opinion man. Welcome to the world of headphone confusion. I don't know what you like to hear when you listen to your music, explain  what you you like! And no you can't headbang with any Grado's, they are more to relax and enjoy.

post #8000 of 26127
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Originally Posted by parbaked View Post

What exactly do you mean by "headbang"?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDxJcYPBQIY

Thats why i mean headbang *-* haha 

i dont know how use htlm to post videos =/

post #8001 of 26127

i dont know now what i buy =/ , i cant not headbang :( Whatdo you guys think about amperior and momentum for metal ?

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Edited by HPiper - 7/10/13 at 11:41pm
post #8003 of 26127
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Originally Posted by lllcarbonlll View Post

i dont know now what i buy =/ , i cant not headbang frown.gif Whatdo you guys think about amperior and momentum for metal ?

iGrado?
post #8004 of 26127
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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post

They both carry different sound signatures in my opinion man. Welcome to the world of headphone confusion. I don't know what you like to hear when you listen to your music, explain  what you you like! And no you can't headbang with any Grado's, they are more to relax and enjoy.

I listen to a schiit ton of metal on my 225i (along w/ jazz, classical, indie, you name it). I think what they are getting at is you can't thrash around the house like you are in a mosh pit. You can of course listen to metal. Uh, I also wouldn't go running, perform Downward Facing Dog or say kickbox in my Grados wink_face.gif. So throw on our narliest death and black metal, just know you will be listening in a more passive way....no body slamming.

post #8005 of 26127

Yeah i will not listen thinking i'm on moshpit haha , i will be a little passive and headbang a little on the gym or bus etc...So i think i can get a grado haha . But i'm still confuse about something cheap ( 80i) or something more expensive ( 325i , amperior , momentum ) 

post #8006 of 26127
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Originally Posted by lllcarbonlll View Post

Yeah i will not listen thinking i'm on moshpit haha , i will be a little passive and headbang a little on the gym or bus etc...So i think i can get a grado haha . But i'm still confuse about something cheap ( 80i) or something more expensive ( 325i , amperior , momentum ) 

 

in my opinion the improvements of the 325 and 225 over the 80 will be lost when you are at the gym or on the bus. go with the 80i.
post #8007 of 26127
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Originally Posted by lllcarbonlll View Post

Yeah i will not listen thinking i'm on moshpit haha , i will be a little passive and headbang a little on the gym or bus etc...So i think i can get a grado haha . But i'm still confuse about something cheap ( 80i) or something more expensive ( 325i , amperior , momentum ) 

Normally we would suggest the SR80i first over an SR325i, so you get to know the sound signature of the headphones, also the SR80i's can be just as fun as the higher end grados for casual listening, also it is very much cheaper and you would be able to save up money for another headphone more quickly.

post #8008 of 26127

Lately, this chain is giving me great, great pleasure:

EMM XDS1 cdp ===> Rudistor RP010B amp ===> Grado GS1000i headphones

post #8009 of 26127

Just buy the SR80i and purchase the (L) cushions from Grado and you will be set!!!

post #8010 of 26127

...and some duct tape so they stay on your head while headbangin'

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