So, I looked at the allesandro, but unfortunatley, I wont be able to get it because I'm buying these off amazon for practicly nothing because of all the giftcards I own, and the sr325i is out of the qestion because it's way beyaond my price range, maybe some day though.
Difference between Grado sr125i's and Grado sr225i's - Page 2
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Keep in mind that the SR125i uses pads instead of bowls. The old SR125 had bowls.
If you want bowls, which generally provide better sound quality by opening up the treble, you may as well skip the SR125i and go for the SR225i, as SR125i+bowls isn't much of a bargain.
SR60i+bowls is astonishingly close to the SR225i, but with slightly less midbass and significantly less subbass. That's nothing a little modding can't fix, though if you're brave enough to get the SR225i and mod it to give it the SR325is bass slam, you'll hear even better results.
Edited by colgatetotal - 2/23/12 at 1:59pm