www.gradolabs.com Specifications: Detachable Cable: No Connector Type: 1/8" Ear Coupler Type: IEM Impedance @ 1kHz: 120 Wireless: No Noise ...
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6 Of The Best In-Ear Headphones Grado GR10. You get what you pay for, and though the handmade GR10s aren't a new product (launched in 2010) their eye-watering price tag has ensured few other brands have come close to matching them for investment in raw materials. The key is the [...]
The 12 best headphones you can buy in 2017 It's a cold truth that if you're still using the headphones that came with your phone you must just hate music. A recent survey found that 53% of millennials own three or more pairs and wear headphones for nearly four hours a day. Like yesterday's [...]
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Etymotic and Grado are the masters of unsweetened music Audio companies design their sound in much the same way that synthetic food producers design their flavor. As one group weighs up macronutrients, the other tries to balance frequencies. And just as adding sugar can make unpalatable things enticing, so [...]
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Grado GR10e in-ear headphones review So what is the “Grado sound,” anyway? All I can say after owning the original GR10, GR8 earphones and 325is headphones is that Grado strives for accuracy above an artificially enhanced bass-like sound. Some argue that Grado headphones are too bright [...]
Grado Labs is a manufacturer of high-end dynamic open-air headphones and phonograph cartridges.
Founded by Joseph Grado and based in Brooklyn, NY, Grado Labs specializes in dynamic open-air, supra-aural, high-fidelity headphones, which have won awards and accolades from audio-related publications such as Stereophile magazine. Grado Labs holds 48 patents as of October 30, 2006. Grado currently produces five families of headphones, (including the iGrado, GR8, and GR10 In-Ear Monitors) at different price points:
An older series of headphones (the "HP Series") designed by company founder Joe Grado are also held in high regard in the audiophile community, often selling for high prices on the used market. Currently all present and future Grado headphone models are designed by Joe...
Nathan posted a review on Headfonia of the Echobox Finder with various detailed comparisons to the Grado GR10. There is also a post on Head-Fi comparing them to the Monster Miles Davis Trumpet IEM which I personally love. Actually, I loved these so much I purchased several of the Trumpets. Review of the Echobox Finder X1.
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Grado GR8e In-Ear Headphone I currently own the Grado GR8 but always wanted the GR10. Since I had so many IEM's, the 10 was out of the question. Well now Grado comes along with their new & greatly improved GR 8 & 10e. My initial reaction was you have so much,enough is really enough. [...]
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Audioengine speakers, Grado earphones, B&W headphones and more – Gadget review updates This week it’s Bill Henderson’s (I like to call him Mr. Earphones) turn to update a selection of his past reviews with notes on how they’ve held up (or haven’t). Just click through to see his list of updated reviews and then scroll to the bottom ... [...]
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The 10 Best in-ear headphones This is waterproof up to 2m and combines headphones with a 4GB MP3 player. Just drag and drop your music from iTunes or Windows Explorer and you're ready to go. You'll get eight hours' playback from a full charge but a three-minute express power-up affords ... [...]
Grado GR10 - Verdict The GR10s certainly have no problem going loud. There's no distortion at any volumes that could be considered safe for the human ear to be prolonged to for any length of time. The result is a reproduction that is forceful, but not forced and there's a ... [...]
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Grado Unveils Their New Flagship GR10 In-ear Phones Grado has just unveiled there latest in-ear phones the GR10 that they say are a new benchmark in sonic performance. Grado who are based in New York have been creating handcrafted audiophile-pleasing equipment over the past fifty years and their new GR10 ... [...]
You gotta love a company like Grado. They’re a family-run business out of Brooklyn, NY who make various cartridges and headphones in many price ranges. They have won countless audiophile awards by refusing to adapt to the latest trend or gimmick. One look at the design of their headphones, and you might think they were designed in the 50s. They have a very cool retro look about them. And the majority of their headphones and phono cartridges are made in Brooklyn. Not just sold, but MADE in the...
Grado will happily tell you that the GR10 earphones are an evolutionary improvement over their predecessors, the excellent but expensive GR8 earphones. More importantly, however, they are indisputably among the very best of all of the earphones we’ve ever had the chance to try out. Alas, though yet this new offering is much more expensive at almost £400, for which money a lot of compelling alternatives can be had. So at one and the same time you really should buy a pair of Grado GR10...
Sennheiser HD 25-1 II ($192)AmazonWhether you're listening to music while commuting to work or working out, you'll want to rock the best set of headphones to get the highest-quality sound.We've found the 10 best headphones on the market right now, thanks to our friends at FindTheBest.To compile this list, they looked at professional ratings compiled by experts such as Wired, TechCrunch, and HiFi, as well as features of the headphones, such as sensitivity, frequency, and impedance (signal...
Let’s just go ahead and just throw this out there: EarSonics’ SM3 in-ear headphones are not a “stocking stuffer” item. Furthermore, they are — in all likelihood — not going to interest the majority of you. So what are they? They are $379.00 worth of skull-thumping, head-bobbing, eardrum-titillating, in-ear bliss. If you’re an audiophile, and take sound very seriously, you should definitely take a look at the SM3s.Designed by French audio firm EarSonics — a company that specifically...