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To many fish in the sea what should I choose?

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 

 

       Hello the rest of the forums!

       Very recently I have broken my Koss PRO4AA and am searching around for new cans.  I am particularly interested in the Grado SR60i but i don’t know if they will suit the type of music i listen to.  A few examples are:

-Gorillaz

-Motown in general

-Mogwai

-Queen

-ELO

-Frank Sinatra

- Beatles

-occasional old school rap (i.e. BIG, Tupac, Wu Tang Clan)

        Is the SR60i work with the type of music I listen to or should i pick something else?  I also want to buy a JDS labs portable amp.  Does this also go together with the music and the cans?  (All of this will be driven most of the time through my Zune 120)  I don’t want to spend really much than $200 for the cans and amp.

       I will also like any suggestions!

Best Regards,

smily_headphones1.gifBigBird

 

post #2 of 6

Yes the grado will work well with your selection of music. The up front mids will do much better with your music than the current headphone of the month m50 or superlux.

 

The grado are efficient an will do well with out an amp but I do find that the are better with an amp.

post #3 of 6

SR850, E11 or iBasso T3d and Klipsch Image ONE, E5.


Edited by ZARIM - 6/7/11 at 5:45pm
post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the reply :))

post #5 of 6
You should enjoy the SR-60i. It's a great place to start - thousands of other members have, too.
post #6 of 6

Agreed on the Sr60is. They are a great starting point into hi-fi headphones and will make your music sound great with or without an amp.

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