Summary: You either love the Grado brand or you hate it, Me, I love Grado's.....& Marmite but that's another story. I bought some iGrado's recently (see other reviews) and was very pleased by the ''Grado'' sound which was new to me, I'd probably describe it as a more detailed midrange than a lot of phones...
Summary: I dithered for some time between these and the AKGK550s. The AKG's have a higher RRP, are equally well regarded and undoubtedly better made too. What swung it for me was the looks, (the AKG's are slightly dull) and the sound, which is punchy and exciting from the outset - regardless of source or...
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.
first class,these head phones exceeded my expectations
norman patterson, Amazon
25 January 2008
Summary: I rate these 4+stars-the sound quality when listening to classical music is second to non. My only criticism is the amount of sound that escapes the phones into the room can be an irritation to others.
Summary: I bought a pair of these after much research, including sitting in a shop listening carefully to pretty much the whole Grado range (I'd already narrowed it down to Grado - as they just sounded so much better than anything else I'd hear).
A retro-style headphone with a very good sound quality !
Bert Fripont "Mozart-listener", Amazon
30 December 2013
Summary: As my German is very poor, I shall enter it in English. I bought this headphone a couple of months ago and here is my review: Looks: These cans look great in my opinion, the headband is made of vinyl with a small steel-band inside it, the cups are plastic (with a metal mesh-back) and the cushions...