Conclusion: If it weren’t clear by now, we couldn’t be happier with the Grado SR60i headphones. What they lack in frills or features, they more than make up for in sound quality, combining a wide-open and fairly neutral balance with excellent clarity and detail.
Pros: Wide-open, clear, and well-detailed sound, Awesome midrange and vocal detail, Deep, tight, and articulate bass, Fatigue-free and pristine treble, Sounds great on all different kinds of music, Surprisingly comfortable fit and design
Cons: Space-age looks may be off-putting for some, Foam earpad cushions can wear out over time
Summary: The SR60i headphones are the entry level headphones in the 'SR' line-up. They retail for a recommended retail price of $79. So, without any more delays, let's discuss these headphones in further detail.
In terms of accessories, these are pretty scarce.
Pros: Comfort, sound, value
Cons: Non-detachable cable, plastic build, cable is a bit too long for portable use
Summary: I got these from a local shop for SGD120, about USD99.
Rewritten the whole review.
First impressions: These headphones are meh. A little overrated, doesn't carry bass very well.
Current impressions: Great headphones for dynamic rock with lots of guitar, drums and forward vocals.
Summary: This review is an unbiased opinion.
This post is coming from a consumer foremost as I can't really call myself an audiophile yet. With that said, there are definitely some things wrong with these headphones. First of all, they are really harsh which makes them uncomfortable for listening.
Pros: clear and bright
Cons: Piercing, harsh, fatiguing, soundstage like IEMs