Summary: I own
-Sennhieser HD 558 (Modded)
Of all, IMHO I find them the MOST detailed.I feel like i'm in a live performance in the front row seat especailly with .dsf or flac files.
Pros: With high quality music files can sound like live performance, Energetic, Fast Attacking, Warm mid-section
Cons: Very bright headphone, Does not dig very deep, Smaller soundstage than most @ Price range, COMFORT BLO
Summary: I had these for a few months before I sold it because they became unbearable to use.
I tried the bowl pads and that helped with comfort but the sound became a nightmare for an audiophile so I will refrain from discussing that here.
Very solid headphones.
Pros: Unique sound signature that you don't really get with other offerings from other companies
Cons: Terribly uncomfortable. Ruined the experience.
Summary: I may be off on the date but it should be close.
After owning the SR80 for a few years I thought the Grado 325i would just give you more of the same sound as the loved 80,they do not.
Summary: I decided to write this review because I have done some research and it turns out there isn't that many reviews on this particular headphone.The majority of the music I listen to is alternative, rock, classic rock, Sinatra mostly mid centric music.
Pros: Forward lively mids, gives that on stage presentation, Narrow sound stage
I listen to a lot of music. Whether I’m working or relaxing I usually have some sort of music in the background. It relaxes me before bed or keeps me pumped up while working. It is essentially my mind altering drug of choice.
Summary: A great set of 'phones for general music listening. Not terribly portable without a case, and can cause fatigue when listening to treble-heavy music due to very crisp reproduction.
You could use the cable on these babies to tow a car.
Pros: Great sound, very clear bass, mids, and highs
Cons: Slightly fatiguing, uncomfortable if not properly adjusted
Summary: The sr225 is perhaps one of the better SR series in my opinion. I have heard all in the range and this one strikes a good balance between the relative harshness perceived by many in the SR325 and what I felt the slightly more congested sound of the SR60.