Summary: These headphones sound amazing but the headband is to lose and the sound leaks way to much so if there are other people in the room they can hear everything that you are listening to but if you head is bigger than mind and you don't have other people in the room than it is a best buy.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Bass, Lightweight, Rich Sound
Cons: Falls Off/Out Of Ear, The headband is to lose, Too Much Ambient Noise
Summary: The sound from the sr60's is good. They do produce external noise so wearing them on the tube is a no no. The problem I have is that there is a metal pole that connects the ear phone to the headband. This continually work its way loose and I need to re attach on a regular basis - too often to be honest.
Summary: It is somewhat early to give a full rundown on this product , but so far it sounds clean open and detailed . [however it might be because it needs more running in].... Because at the moment a bit more bass would be nice , but overall a nice product, many thanks ..
Summary: Great sound for the price. Unfortunately, this is achieved through shoddy build quality - I had two pairs break within six months due to the cheap cable yoke which twists and frays the wiring. Also, Grado's customer service is appalling, so if you're not in the US you stand no chance of getting them repaired. If you'll use them regularly you should bear this in mind..
Summary: I honestly could not tell the difference between the Grado SR60s and the cheap pair of headphones they replaced. Maybe some with a more discerning pair of ears could make the distinction but I really couldn't.