Grado is old fashioned and I mean that in a very good way. Their distinct sound results in either you love it, hate it, or it eventually grows on you. You can't really compare them to Sennheiser or Beyerdynamic as they are much larger international companies. Grado don't sell outside of the USA unless you're an exclusive small store front. I do think they should team up with other brands to make a more stated product using more exotic cable options, cushion materials, and none plastic gimbles and rod slider blocks. A "Grand Grado" if you will.
Oh, and bring back the exclusive wooden boxes would put icing on the cake.
Edited by alphaphoenix - 10/10/11 at 4:07pm