I hate to do this, but lately I just haven't been listening to headphones, especially open headphones enough to justify having such high-end equipment around.
So, I have to sell these guys to finance one of my other two hobbies - computers and the new one - watches. There's a very sexy 1970's Omega automatic chronograph I've found, and being able to pay for it would be great.
The headphones were purchased as "new old stock" from a dealer 26 months ago. These were one of the last pairs to be manufactured by Grado to include the box.
Here's what you get:
1 set of Grado RS-1's headphones in mint condition
1 outer Grado retail box
1 Grado "Protect hearing" slip
1 warranty certificate (99% sure it's there + other paperwork)
1 set of mint donut pads (Tried them, the flat pads kick their sorry little behinds)
1 set of very good condition flat pads (I've listened to the headphones with them on, naturally)
1 wooden Grado storage box with green velvet lining.
Asking $650 shipped, payable via money order/cashier's check or C2it.com (Paypal add 2.5%). No audio-related trades, but I'd be interested in entertaining any offers for complicated (i.e. more functions than time/seconds/day/date) watches, especially GMT & chrono automatics.