which one has the most bass?
Which one has the shortest cable?
Does the Alessandro have a 3.5mm plug instead of the 1/4"?
I want to crank the metal haarrddccoorree!!!
I think they all have 5' cables.
I think the treble on my SR225s is already a bit fatiguing. I just cant listen to them for very long, say 90 min until I have to put them away. They are very good headphones though, lots of PRaT.
The 325is has a faster tighter bass and the midrange is more forward and the highs are super crisp and detailed, and attacks!
The MS2i has a heavier mid bass and is extended a bit more and the midrange is recessed a bit more and the highs are not as crisp and detailed, and is mellower!
The both of these headphones are an excellent choice, one is not better than the other, only different, so it depends on your personal preferences. I really enjoyed the both of these headphones. I say this through experience with owning both of them, but I personally preferred the 325is.
Both have 5' cable lengths with 8 conductor wire with a 1/4 terminated plug. I can live with my 325is's and be happy for the rest of my life.
I can't comment on the 225i, I've never heard them.
Its probably not 5 feet, my SR80i was 7 feet long.
The 80i is 7' with a 1/8 terminated plug, but the 325is and the MS2i cables are 5' with 1/4 terminated plugs.
I just saw the PS500 being called p.o.s. in another thread, so you have to take these stupid comments with a grain of salt.
People don't seem to realize that they should be looking at the big pictrue, and the headphones are just part of it. Do the SR325i sound brighter than say, the SR225i? yes, do they sound too bright? well, not to someone who likes brighter sounding headphones. or if one's upstream equipement has a rolled off treble, in wich case, they will sound just fine.