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post #31 of 63
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Even if certain cans are a little to much at some frequencies I never use an eq. I have before and had good results but its just not authentic man.

After a nice amount of burn in time these headphones just shine, and the high frequencies are crisp and clean.

You definitely do not need an EQ. 

post #32 of 63
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After a nice amount of burn in time these headphones just shine, and the high frequencies are crisp and clean.
You definitely do not need an EQ. 
I went with the sr225i after more research
post #33 of 63
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I was wondering if the sr225i comes with the L Cush pads?
post #34 of 63
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I was wondering if the sr225i comes with the L Cush pads?


they do not...from memory. I think thats a 325 and up thing.

never mind, a quick google proved me wrong; they do come with the the L cups.

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they do not...from memory. I think thats a 325 and up thing.
never mind, a quick google proved me wrong; they do come with the the L cups.
[/quoteNice man you must be a better google searcher than I. Also do you think that wooden cups would improve the sound at all?

They look excellent especially the bloodwood kind
post #36 of 63
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Originally Posted by WhiteCrow View Post

they do not...from memory. I think thats a 325 and up thing.
never mind, a quick google proved me wrong; they do come with the the L cups.
[/quoteNice man you must be a better google searcher than I. Also do you think that wooden cups would improve the sound at all?

They look excellent especially the bloodwood kind


yes actually, but the metal cups seem to be the most modabal, which is why most people ops for the 325 and do the magnum mod later on, but TONE wood will change the sound. Also large air chambers/the cup its self is something the modders have been playing around with for years now. I have not personally heard the mods but the changed seem to be positive.

post #37 of 63

I loved the sound of the electric guitars thru my 325i's.

 

Congrats on what ever phone you pick...with metal and rock I think you will be very happy with the Grado sound.

post #38 of 63
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I loved the sound of the electric guitars thru my 325i's.

Congrats on what ever phone you pick...with metal and rock I think you will be very happy with the Grado sound.
I chose the 225 cause its 100 bucks cheaper and I read favorable reviews
post #39 of 63
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I chose the 225 cause its 100 bucks cheaper and I read favorable reviews

Congratulations on the SR225i. Do you already have them, or are you waiting for them?

post #40 of 63
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Congratulations on the SR225i. Do you already have them, or are you waiting for them?
I ordered them on amazon with the 1/8" grado adapter. Should arrive on this coming Thursday
post #41 of 63
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I ordered them on amazon with the 1/8" grado adapter. Should arrive on this coming Thursday

Nice, let us know how you like them.

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Nice, let us know how you like them.
Will do
post #43 of 63
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I ordered them on amazon with the 1/8" grado adapter. Should arrive on this coming Thursday

Yeah, congrats....happy listening.

post #44 of 63
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Will do

 

A lot of people see the SR225 has THE, best buy among the entire Grado line.

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Will do

 

A lot of people see the SR225 has THE, best buy among the entire Grado line.

 

Even years ago, the SR80 and SR225 were considered Grado's "sweet spots." I attempted to verify this theory recently but the retailer had neither in stock. I was forced to settle for the SR325is.

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