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ZMF Modified T50rp vs. Grado Sr325is

post #1 of 7
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Would someone mind doing a comparison of these two cans? I'm in Chicago, going to try them out soon, so I'll post my impressions then, and let you know what I think. I'm also interested in what other head-fiers think of these cans if you've tried both of them out. (Also, I was thinking a Fiio e12 amp if I get the ZMF, and a JDS C5 for the Grados... Any comments on those?)
post #2 of 7

They're completely different. The ZMFs are on the warm side while the SR325is definitely isn't.

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Anyone care to elaborate on any suggested upgrades to either?

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For the ZMF, I think the HE500 is the obvious upgrade (it was the route I was going to take until I realized that I more often than not am forced to use closed headphones). And I honestly don't think anything is an "upgrade" to a Grado other than another Grado, if you like their sound signature. 

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Ah, sorry, I meant for the headphones themselves- particular cable recommendations, pad upgrades, etc.
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Ah. Well I'm getting my ZMFs retuned by Zach, but I have LCD-2 pads for them now. But I guess since I see you've bought the SR325is, that's not much help. You could look for different pads if you find them too bright for you.

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Yes, thank you very much!  The impression was quite helpful.  Zach makes an excellent product!  I didn't know LCD-2 pads would fit T50rps, very interesting...

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