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Originally Posted by gregorya View Post


Could you elaborate on the reason(s) you have decided not to keep the Bushmills?

To be quite honest, I just wanted to hear them being they where a vented Grado model. I own the 80i's 325is's and the RS1i's, and I am very satisfied with each of the differences in these three headphones. So I would say that my curiosity at the time got the best of me. When I saw the second batch being released I bought a pair. BTW, I knew about the first batch very early that morning, but didn't bother to buy them, but then when I saw how fast they sold out, I didn't pass the opportunity with the second batch, I actually bought the second to last pair sold. I listened to them for about 8hrs, and they sounded really nice right out of the box. I repackaged them and will most probably sell them or hold on to them for a while and see if they become a collectors edition, I don't know.

post #557 of 744
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Originally Posted by samsung View Post
 

Seems like they are a limited edition, any comparison to your RS1i

Well like I said I only listened to them for about 8hrs total over a couple of days, no I didn't feel they are any comparison to the RS1i's or to any of the other models I own. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the way they sounded, the low frequencies where more pronounced, the mid-range was very smooth and sweet sounding but yet forward, and the high frequencies where pretty much laid back more than my other models, but they definitely sound like a Grado, and I would assume they would only sound better after some nice burn-in time, like all my other models did.

post #558 of 744
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Originally Posted by SHAHZADA123 View Post
 

Anyone wanting to sell their Bushmills please PM me. 


There is one available here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/699876/ic-bushmills-x-grado


Edited by wredj10 - 1/11/14 at 10:43pm
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I asked sell price.  

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post #560 of 744
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Originally Posted by HiFiGuy528 View Post
 

I asked sell price.  

 

Yeah, he should just post the price. It's not ebay. We're not supposed to flip to make a profit. I bet if he listed what he paid, they'd be gone in a minute.

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After checking other websites  Grado Bushmills in unopened boxes sold for around $580 dollars. Those in decent used condition should go for $450 - $500. Probably a good time for owners to sell now, looking at other grados such as the HF2 they seem to sell for less than retail price now.

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Originally Posted by wredj10 View Post
 

After checking other websites  Grado Bushmills in unopened boxes sold for around $580 dollars. Those in decent used condition should go for $450 - $500. Probably a good time for owners to sell now, looking at other grados such as the HF2 they seem to sell for less than retail price now.

What do you mean by "unopened boxe"?

Do you mean the box that it shipped in hasn't been opened?

Only asking because the wooden box the headphones are in are not sealed in any way at all. All you do is slide the plexiglass to take the headphones out, and there isn't even a seal on that. 

post #563 of 744
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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post
 

What do you mean by "unopened boxe"?

Do you mean the box that it shipped in hasn't been opened?

Only asking because the wooden box the headphones are in are not sealed in any way at all. All you do is slide the plexiglass to take the headphones out, and there isn't even a seal on that. 

by unopened box, I am assuming they mean that they never took the headphones out of the wooden box.  Though one of the sellers I looked at claims to have listened to them once, and it seems to have sold for $585. (if the buyer paid)

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Originally Posted by wredj10 View Post
 

by unopened box, I am assuming they mean that they never took the headphones out of the wooden box.  Though one of the sellers I looked at claims to have listened to them once, and it seems to have sold for $585. (if the buyer paid)

Yes, the only way to tell if they where never listened to is if thee shipping box was unopened, otherwise like I said, there is no seal on the wooden box what so ever, so they can be listened to and placed back in the wooden box without one knowing.

post #565 of 744
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Originally Posted by HiFiGuy528 View Post
 

I asked sell price.  

 

 

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Originally Posted by imackler View Post
 

 

Yeah, he should just post the price. It's not ebay. We're not supposed to flip to make a profit. I bet if he listed what he paid, they'd be gone in a minute.

 

Its called an IC or Interest check to see if I get offered something I wanted or peaked my Interest ;) And something has and they are now traded.

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Originally Posted by lord_tris View Post

 

Its called an IC or Interest check to see if I get offered something I wanted or peaked my Interest ;) And something has and they are now traded.

 

My bad. I just saw the "for sale" and the request for offers and assumed money was intended. What did you trade for? Did you get the Hifiman you were looking for? 

post #567 of 744
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Originally Posted by wredj10 View Post

After checking other websites  Grado Bushmills in unopened boxes sold for around $580 dollars. Those in decent used condition should go for $450 - $500.

I would hope that any Grado Bushmills phone would be in better than decent condition at this point... The "oldest" would be around 6 weeks old, right? smily_headphones1.gif
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Hehe, mine are like new :)

And this is how tehy will stay until I either sell them or decide to keep them again hehe.

 

Scott

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Hi , i just want to know about the warranty of the BSX Grado , i have bought from Ebay , and i don't see any Warranty card inside the wooden box . Thank you

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Originally Posted by ph58 View Post

Hi , i just want to know about the warranty of the BSX Grado , i have bought from Ebay , and i don't see any Warranty card inside the wooden box . Thank you

I don't believe they're covered by warranty -officcially-, as you bought them from eBay.
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