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post #31 of 56

On the new USA show "Covert Affairs,"  it's the CIA agent calling them "Graah-do's", and the kid prodigy calling them "Gray-do's"  I have a feeling the show's producers don't even know how to say it correctly.  

 

A mystery that may never be solved...

post #32 of 56

what the f##k wherer did the E come from in Grado pronounciation,because some stupid star wars character pronounces in a certain way, we should follow suite.

Does not make any sense.

post #33 of 56

It should be pronounced "Gray-do".

 

volume, if you mean where did the "E" come in the pronunciation of "Gray-doh", say the letter "a" out loud. That should explain something 

post #34 of 56

There is the RAH sound or not.

 

GRAH DOoo

post #35 of 56

Tomaetoe, Tomahto  I have always pronounced Grado like Gray-do, however. Grah-do sounds retarded lol.

post #36 of 56

Graydo's for the yanks, GrAdos for the rest of us.

post #37 of 56

Graydo and GrAdo sounds the same lol...

post #38 of 56

well, I am from texas, and I pronounce it gray-doh. 

post #39 of 56

a to

post #40 of 56

I thought Grado would need to be spelled Graddo in order to be pronounced Grah-do.

post #41 of 56

As it has been mentioned before- shouldn't it be pronounced the way John and Joe Grado do (Gray-doh)? It's their family name.

post #42 of 56

Some good efforts all around, but not quite, guys. The correct way is Grah-deaú with a nasally French emphasis at the end. There, now let the matter rest.

post #43 of 56
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Originally Posted by ChiComm4 View Post

Grah-deaú with a nasally French emphasis at the end.


Hahaha

post #44 of 56

Grah-deaú. nice

post #45 of 56

I would have thought a headphone connoisseur would pronounce it like gr-aahhh-doh, but with the (graaaa) part rolled, like "arriiiiba!"

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