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SR60's looks.

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by cappuccino, Jul 21, 2011.
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  1. Cappuccino
    I've noticed that a lot of people on the forums don't like the look of the SR60's. I was wondering why is this? I received my SR60i
    's about a week ago, and one thing I love of about the headphones, besides their sound, is how they look. I think, in my opinion, that Grado cans are the some of the best looking out there. What do you guys think?
     
  2. kite7 Contributor
    I like the look of the non i better, looks more retro but the i is not bad either. Grado compared to many other shiny and glossy things isn't exactly pretty but that is in the eye of the beholder. The style does stand out imo.
     
  3. Cheeznuklz
    I love the retro-styling.  Custom woodied Grado's are IMO the best looking headphone out there.
     
  4. zammykoo
    I love Grado's headphone design because it is broken down into its simplist form. Two cylindrical pieces connected by a band, nothing pretentious there.
     
  5. Cappuccino
    Yay! What I love about them most of all is the style. It's retro and modern at the same time!
     
  6. T-Willi
    I said meh since stock sr60/60i's are ok but modded ones with woodies are just beautiful to my eyes. That'll be a project of mine before I go to college they'll be my portables :D
     
  7. JamesMcProgger
    the non i grados looked better IMO, I have the non i MS1 and its also less bulky, easy to carry.
     
  8. Nintendam


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    agreed, I have a pair of stock 225's, not i, and they look sick with the metal mesh and slimmer profile compared to the i versions
     
    also have the 60i's, dont the looks as much anymore
     
    but the grado style is awesome
     
     
    as for pads, (looks only):  bowls>flats>comfies, never had jumbos but I would probably put those above bowls
     
     
     
  9. Questhate
    I love the retro and quirky look of Grados, which is what attracted me to the brand in the first place. All of them from the plastics through the wooden all look good to my eyes. Custom wooden ones, like the ones Martin does, are truly pieces of art. 
     
  10. Raguvian
    I think the plastic Grados look pretty cheap and not really worth the money looks wise. However, I think the metal 325 and the wood models look amazing, especially with their thicker, padded headbands.
     
  11. BotByte
    I like the way they look like bolts protruding from my ears.
     
    And the simplistic style that works without fail is nice too.
     
  12. ldtboyl
    Am I the only one that dislike the looks of custom woodied Grado's?
    Most of the Woodys I see have a really big obnoxious looking cups.
     
  13. peskypesky
    i love the retro look of Grados. and i REALLY love them when they're woodied.
     
  14. Eric_C
    "A lot of the people on the forum"? What thread did you get that from?
     
  15. JamesMcProgger


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    they do get a lot of criticism, specially because of the fit and clumsy headband.
     
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