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Anyone know of a place that I can go to listen to some Grado SR 225s and the Sennheiser HD580s? I am currently deciding between these two and would like to listen and fell them before I buy. I live in the Los Angeles area (actually the valley) and I wouldnt mind traveling a bit to have a listen.
 
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Bamboo, give Ambrosia a ring:

http://www.ambrosia.com/

They carry Senns, Grados, and Etymotics. They're located in Bel Air.

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We are pleased to have Sennheiser Headphones as the newest addition to our product line. Headphones are perfect for those who want to listen to music (or other program material) at any volume level, at any time, without disturbing others in the household. Ambrosia has installed a new active listening station to allow you to experience the remarkable fidelity of Sennheiser, Grado, and Etymonic Research headphones.


 
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Thank, I'm definately going to go and give these cans a listen befor I buy.
 
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Shelley's Audio in Woodland Hills is a Grado dealer. I think they have all models available for listening.
 
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