I would have thought a headphone connoisseur would pronounce it like gr-aahhh-doh, but with the (graaaa) part rolled, like "arriiiiba!"
just kidding by the way, I can't roll my words
My mother-in-law is from Rome so maybe I should consult her about this matter. I doubt she would suggest anything with a French emphasis.
Or I can go one step further and visit Sicily....
Russian wife,that must be something to have.
I am Italian, and the correct pronunciation of the italian word "grado" is with an "a" something like "car" in English, no "grey-doh" sound, however since it's a family name, you can just spell it as you please.
People do we have an agreement on
ci sono due pronunce.
Gra-doh e Gray - do
ah eh ee oh oo
do some people here call Prada as prayda?
I don't feel so, therefore we rule out GRAYDO
No we don't. You do. I disagree and will continue to pronounce Grado as "Graydo". You can pronounce it however you wish.
I also pronounce it this way.