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Originally Posted by 8b2y0n View Post
 

i think PS1000E is better than ps1000i 

gs1000e also

but rs1e is worse than rs1i


Ps1ke seems better suited to modern music imo its not so harsh on the top end and more forgiving. I think the same applies to the rs1e, much more smoothed off on top to handle the harshness you can get with compressed music. As well as both being better suited to people with my tastes who find a lot of the i series a bit too strong up top :D


Edited by chailee80 - Today at 5:35 am
post #4382 of 4384
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Originally Posted by 8b2y0n View Post
 

i think PS1000E is better than ps1000i 

gs1000e also

but rs1e is worse than rs1i

Of course the PS-1000e is better than the PS-1000i (they never made one).

Glad you prefer the PS1Ke to the PS1K. :smile:

post #4383 of 4384
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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post
 

Of course the PS-1000e is better than the PS-1000i (they never made one).

Glad you prefer the PS1Ke to the PS1K. :smile:


LOL i didn't even notice that.

post #4384 of 4384
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Originally Posted by chailee80 View Post
 

LOL i didn't even notice that.

Just joking around…a lot of people (including myself) are/were under this impression due to Grado dealers falsely advertising the PS-1000 as a PS-1000i when Grado introduced the (i) series, but there never was an (i) series for the PS1K. This was confirmed by Grado in an e-mail when I was purchasing my first pair, and was confused about seeing/purchasing the PS1K/PS1Ki. There are just 3 different cup finishes: wet/satin/chrome.

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