Thought it was high time that someone populated at least one profile review concerning these
much maligned flagship cans from Grado.
The PS1000 ranks alongside the other two flagships from Audio Technica and Ultrasone
- the W5000 and Edition 10 as the three outsiders of choice when...
Pros: Majestic and very full sounding, sound stage depth unparalled, bass detail is one of the best
Cons: Weight, headband needs to be re-trimmed in the long term, distant sounding recordings will sound even more sucked out.
Summary: The Grado PS1000 is considered one of the best headphones available in the headphone world and has been compared to the likes of the Sennheiser HD800, Beyerdynamic T1, the Audez’e LCD-3, and the HiFiMan HE-6.
Summary: I'm not the reviewing type, but I wanted to make sure that these got another positive review. They have been, in my estimation, savagely and unfairly maligned on Head-Fi, mostly by people who have never owned them.
Excerpt: , which I thought were exceptionally good headphones, I was thrilled when Grado offered a chance to review their maximum supreme PS1000 headphone ($1695). Given what Grado does at the $300 price point, I was curious in this review to see what they could deliver at 5X the price.
Summary: Whether New Wave or smooth jazz is your melodic addiction, the PS1000e ’s mahogany and metal-alloy hybrid design promises to eliminate transient distortion and chamber ringing with its superlative sound – which left How To Spend It ’s IT boy Jonathan Margolis lost for words.
Summary: ** To bid on these headphones in aid of Save the Children, visit Christies.com/HTSI . Online auction ends December 11.** There is a level of technology product that is so refined, so head-in‑the-clouds brilliant that, like the genius professor who can barely get dressed in the morning, it looks...
Grado PS1000 Headphones & Graham Slee Solo Super Ultra Linear Amp Review
5 March 2011
Excerpt: 3 Flares 3 Flares × After our review of the GS1000i headphones we were inundated with emails, asking if we could review Grado’s most expensive headphones, the elusive ‘Professional Series 1000’ (PS1000).