Conclusion: I'm a novice when it comes to high end quality headphones. This is my first pair of good "cans." Truthfully, I just wanted a good pair of headphones to play on my handheld Nintendo 3ds and Playstation VITA.
Summary: I think the product is ok. It has very good sound but very bad leakage of sound. The design was often uncomfortable and the pads fell of constantly despite being well looked after. The sound quality was very good but was disappointed by the rest of the product
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.
Summary: Yes a great sound, but....the piddling thin wire will eventually twist when the cross threaded pin comes out of one or other of the ear pieces. Still sounding good at the moment but one day soon a wire will inevitably come loose. Frustrating Grado!
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 ...peter
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.
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.
Summary: Did research before purchase and these cans were well received generally. Sound is indeed good and they can be worn for long periods without discomfort. However, after 12 months use they broke (plastic c-clip on earpiece) and the repair cost £40.