Headphones

Grado SR60i

What does the i stand for in the new SR60i from Grado? Improved, that's what! Yes, Grado has taken one of the world's most legendary headphones and taken it a few steps further. The new SR60i has an upgraded driver design, and they have enlarged and improved the mass distribution in the plastic housing. The way the SR60i's new driver and plastic housing move air and react to sound vibrations are now less affected by transient distortions. With the SR60i you will notice improved control of the upper and lower range of the frequency spectrum with both better supporting Grado's world renowned midrange. And The SR60i will produce a sound

Features: Vented diaphragm

Non Resonant air chamber

Standard copper voice coil wire

Standard copper connecting cord

mini plug with 1/4" adaptor
Tranducer type: dynamic
Operating principle: open air
Frequency Response: 20-20
SPL 1mW: 98
Normal Impedance:32ohms
Driver matched db:.1

Grado SR80i Headphone

..these are truly wonderful hearphones, they've got the bass energy... ripping into heavy tracks with a gusto that eludes lesser rivals. With vocals they intoxicate with a natural feel and beautifully proportioned soundstage: few headphones can transport you as convincingly... The Grado SR80's are special. Buy'em, and Love'em.

- What Hi-Fi

Features: Vented diaphragm

Non Resonant air chamber

Standard copper voice coil wire

Standard copper connecting cord

mini plug with 1/4" adaptor

Tranducer type dynamic
Operating principle:open air
Frequency Response:20-20
SPL 1mW:98
Normal Impedance:32ohms
Driver matched db:.1

Grado SR125i Headphone

."simultaneously musical and revealing of every nuance recorded"
— Robert J. Reina, Stereophile
"Nearly every headphone-using colleague I spoke to in the USA keeps either SR60, SR80, or SR125s handy for reviewing."
— Ken Kessler, HiFi News & Record Review
"It was obvious to me that the members were very impressed by the Grado SR125 headphones."
— Edward Long, Audio Magazine Vol.79, No.8

Features: Vented diaphragm

Non Resonant air chamber

Standard copper voice coil wire

Standard copper connecting cord

mini plug with 1/4" adaptor

Tranducer type dynamic
Operating principle:open air
Frequency Response:20-20
SPL 1mW:98
Normal Impedance:32ohms
Driver matched db:.1

Grado SR225i Headphone

"When it comes to classical music, the Grados reproduce instruments with both believable timbre and solidity. The treble boosts fine detail and no hint of agression. ...these Grados are hard to beat!"
— WHAT Hi-Fi

Tranducer type: dynamic
Operating principle: open air
Frequency Response: 20-22
SPL 1mW: 98
Normal Impedance: 32ohms
Driver matched db: .05

Grado SR325is Headphone

"Of all the Grado Prestige headphones I've heard, the SR325 is my favorite!"
— Audio magazine / Vol. 82, No. 6 / John Gatski
"The SR325s are easily the flattest, most accurate sounding phones tested, for critical monitoring, the Grados are hard to beat. Of all the phones tested, the SR325s were the only headphones I felt trustworthy enough for mixing."
— Pro Audio Review / Vol. 4, No. 6 /
Tranducer type: dynamic

Operating principle: open air
Frequency Response: 18-24
SPL 1mW: 98
Normal Impedance: 32ohms
Driver matched db: .05

Grado RS2i Reference Headphone

"If you audition the Grado RS2s, you may find something you never heard before: the calm artistry of well made sound."
— Jim Merod, Jazz-Now - Magazine
"it's the full-bodied sound - especially the luscious, rich resonant bass - that makes the Grado phones special."
— Sam Telling - STEREOPHILE Vol. 21, No.2


Operating principle: open air
Frequency Response: 14-28
SPL 1mW: 98
Normal Impedance: 32ohms
Driver matched db: .05

Nordost - Heimdall 2 Headphone Cable

The Heimdall 2 Headphone Cable consists of 32 AWG 7/40 conductors which have been individually insulated and twisted using Litz construction. Litz construction increases the pliability, as well as eliminates triboelectric noise within the cable and improves upon mechanical damping. In order to accommodate the added durability demanded from headphone cables, Nordost has included an Aramid fiber strength member to the construction of this cable. Integrating Aramid fibers into the cable design not only ensures its mechanical integrity, transferring the strain away from the cable’s conductors and to the fibers themselves, but the resonating properties of aramid fibers also enhance sound quality.

To take things to the next level, the Heimdall 2 Headphone Cable employs Nordost’s proprietary Micro Mono-Filament technology with extruded FEP insulation around the conductors, as well as mechanically tuned lengths, which reduce internal microphony and high-frequency impedance resonance. As a result, the Heimdall 2 Headphone Cable acts as the ideal conduit to transfer an amazingly realistic reproduction of sound from your system to your hifi headphones.

 

Grado Headphone Extension Cable

- 15 Ft long