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Originally Posted by bassboysam View Post

There aren't many companies, especially electronics that offere warranties that arr transferable beteeen owners.


There is nothing like "not transferable" warranty in European Union.

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I didn't even get a paper receipt in the with the Bushmills, only an online receipt.And it shouldn't matter who has the headphones, like someone else said, what if it was a gift, the person it was gifted to's name isn't on the order/receipt.   

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I am contacting the sellers on eBay , he will take in charge if anythings happen to my BSX Grado :dt880smile:

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By the way , any one knows how many years that Turntable lab makes for the BSX Grado ?

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By the way , any one knows how many years that Turntable lab makes for the BSX Grado ?

They produced two batches and as far as anyone has heard there will be no more.
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Excuse me , i mean how many years of warranty

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Excuse me , i mean how many years of warranty

I don't believe mine came with a warranty card, but I'm not too sure, I really didn't look, and mine are packed away.

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Grado warranty is one year inside the US if you bought from an authorized dealer. If you bought from someone else they may give you warranty if you need it but it's a crapshoot.

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Originally Posted by Zalithian View Post
 

Grado warranty is one year inside the US if you bought from an authorized dealer. If you bought from someone else they may give you warranty if you need it but it's a crapshoot.


and europe laws give you 2 years warranty.

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Another bushmills going for $575: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Grado-Bushmills-X-Headphones-/251426994750?pt=US_Headphones&hash=item3a8a377a3e

 

Mine will be up shortly on ebay, probably during the weekend.

 

For those waiting if there another batch, I had contacted turntable labs and there are no plans. Also asked about how many units were produced, but didn't get an answer for that question.

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Good Job!

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Good Job!

Thanks!  It's amazing what can be done with a cell phone any more.

 

Initial impressions

 

Comfies: Large focus on mid-bass (slightly boomy and a touch muddy), but great detail, air and separation.  I like the overall sound, but there is something off about the vocals (slightly echo-y?)

 

L-Cush: Clean, tight bass, but overall sound is TOO bright for my tastes, but awesome sound-stage.  The overall sound is much cleaner and sharper (the over-used clean vs slightly dirty window metaphor)

 

G-Cush: More intimate, but still great soundstage.  Tighter more accurate bass, but slightly less impact than the L-Cush.  Vocals are smoother and overall presentation is less bright than the the L-Cush.

 

Will report back after more listening.  I cannot decide on a favorite, but the L-Cush seems to be the winner if I can tame the brightness slightly (more on that later).  I am really diggin these.  I didn't know what to expect, but I am happy!

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Try putting electtical tape around the outside of the L-cush. That helps tame some of the brightness.
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I found the g cush to be my favorite.
I like a bit of bass but I found the mid bass a little much with the flats, the g cush really pulled that into line.
I also liked the better soundstage over the comfies and the music just sounded more natural. Especially with acoustic guitar or vocals.
Not to mention the comfort of the gcush combined with how light they are I would forget I had them on and just get lost in the music.
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