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post #2221 of 2225
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Originally Posted by Gamingmusiclove View Post
 

thank you all! My budget would be less than 200$ so the M/M looks nice, i also want to state that i literrally know nothing about tubes, so tube rolling wouldn´t be my thing. Also checking the geekout, but i need more info before choosing

 

I also would like to ask, Whats better? G, S or L cushions? sound quality is my priority but man a little comfort would be nice

It depends on what sounds best too you.

In my case I prefer the (L) cushions which are stock on the 325's. Some prefer others, so check out what sounds best too you. ;)

post #2222 of 2225
Sorry to ask again, but is the x5 a good source? Will i need to buy it with the e12 or is the x5 alone good enough?
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Have recently listened to Grado GS1000e off from iphone. This grado as compare to previous gs1000i has better resolution, sounds bit leaner, has great detail  and has one of the most realistic and organic vocal I heard of any headphone. The midrange vocal is eerily real and analogue that make you forget that you are listening to digital source. I never expect that gs1000e is  that good but it really exceed my expectation , and it does make ps1000 sounds digital in comparison, at least to my ears. For those looking for headphone that sounds truly analogue, do audition this headphone.  The box it comes still labelled gs1000i, and you can see the cup encaved with gs1000 with no e. Look closely, and you can see the red driver. Wood material is very light in colour, and not dark.

 

post #2224 of 2225
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Originally Posted by macdevign View Post
 

Have recently listened to Grado GS1000e off from iphone. This grado as compare to previous gs1000i has better resolution, sounds bit leaner, has great detail  and has one of the most realistic and organic vocal I heard of any headphone. The midrange vocal is eerily real and analogue that make you forget that you are listening to digital source. I never expect that gs1000e is  that good but it really exceed my expectation , and it does make ps1000 sounds digital in comparison, at least to my ears. For those looking for headphone that sounds truly analogue, do audition this headphone.  The box it comes still labelled gs1000i, and you can see the cup encaved with gs1000 with no e. Look closely, and you can see the red driver. Wood material is very light in colour, and not dark.

 

 

Niiiiice!

post #2225 of 2225
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Originally Posted by pdrm360 View Post
 

 

You need one of this there.

 

Oh man, I would love a pair of Bushmills!

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