Why grado 225 are better than 335's with rock?
May 20, 2004 at 1:13 PM Post #2 of 6

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because there is no 335?
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May 20, 2004 at 3:34 PM Post #3 of 6

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because there is no 335?
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LOL. If you meant the 325, I've never heard that before although many like the 225 better than the 325 because it doesn't have as much of a high end. On the 325 many consider the treble region to be excessively bright.
 
May 20, 2004 at 4:56 PM Post #4 of 6
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325:+'s: more detail, more frequency extension, better bass slam, better build quality, slightly padded headband, look cooler

-'s: treble is not forgiving, increased bass/treble don't led the midrange shine through as much, physically heavier (made parts of my ears hurt after a while, even with flat pads), more expensive


225:+'s: sweeter midrange, highs more forgiving of not so-well recorded material, lighter (i.e. more comfortable), cheaper

-'s: not as detailed or extended, weaker bass slam, looks like a $40 headphone based on build quality
 
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I found the build quality of the sr225's and sr325's to be similar, both better made then sr60's and worse made then rs-1's/rs-2's..

I found the sr325's gave me a headache after 15 minutes of listening because of the excessive amount of treble they produce.

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