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ugh...i become a fan of GRADO headphones LOL

post #1 of 135
Thread Starter 

I was using an AKG headphone 172HD..

 

and I got Grado SR 80..

 

and..wow i love the sound alot...

 

sound is so tasty...i love it....

 

i really... like it..

 

so i ordered sr 60 for the portable usage..

 

and im about to buy sr 225...

 

wow..

 

GRADO headphone sounds so tasty...(im not sure about sound quality...but Sound that grado headphone makes is so tasty.....(i'd describe this way).....)

 

ahhh I am so happy LOL

 

I'm sure i will collect every single grado headphones...

post #2 of 135

oic.  would you say it is tasty?

post #3 of 135

You should get the iGrados for portable use! :P

post #4 of 135

I bet you're a metalhead, lol

post #5 of 135

Please describe the flavor this taste provides....

 

Also, I'm not surprised. I think AKGs are pretty fast quick headphones, overall. Grado is one of the few manufacturers that can compare to that. 

post #6 of 135

I own some grados and I think they are delicious

post #7 of 135

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Originally Posted by reivaj View Post

I own some grados and I think they are delicious


They taste better with ketchup and mustard.

post #8 of 135

I quit headphone amps for Grados really. I used to just pair up an SR-80 with a headamp of equivalent price to run off various things, and now I just plug them straight into the soundhole of whatever I playing music out of and just rock out.

 

- Proud 60 (x2), 80i, and 225 owner.

 

In fact I'll take off the pair I'm wearing now just to take a picture!

 

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post #9 of 135

It seems like Grado is almost like a religion around here. :P

post #10 of 135

It used to be semi-religious some years ago. But I'd say the geek's focus has severely moved away from Grado meanwhile, I bet they go through difficult times right now.

post #11 of 135

I'm pretty tempted to buy that J-money headband insisting that anybody might even see me with these things on lol

post #12 of 135
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Originally Posted by nickchen View Post

It used to be semi-religious some years ago. But I'd say the geek's focus has severely moved away from Grado meanwhile, I bet they go through difficult times right now.



maybe they would sell more in Europe, if they'd get rid of those ridiculous prices here. One buys a T1 for the price of a RS1i hereblink.gif

post #13 of 135
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Originally Posted by classakg View Post

I bet you're a metalhead, lol


Grado isn't just for metal smily_headphones1.gif In fact I don't like or listen to hard rock smily_headphones1.gif Modded sr60 is still my headphone of choice.

To the OP, glad you are enjoying your grado headphones, they sure are fun and taste like mac n cheese.
post #14 of 135

they're supposed to be for jazz I think (I do like them with rock/metal though, but not too long)

post #15 of 135
Thread Starter 

In terms of taste....I can't really describe it. All i can say it is, lets say my AKG produces original flavour of food (classic, pop, ballad, jazz etc), Grado phones are more like they added some more sauce in it....

 

Also, I don't listen to metals...

 

Mostly I listen to jazz, fusion jazz, pop, ballad, dance musics.

 

Before i started using a pair of grado, people were saying grado is the best for metal music...

 

but after i tried myself, it does produce great sound for genres other than metal.

 

:)

 

I am also interested in Jmoney headband....those headband looks great....

 

I think I will get one for my grado soon :)

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