Showing 1 of 1928 conversations about:
capt_jimbo
4
Feb 25, 2017
bookmark_border
I have a Grado SR80e. How does this headphone compare to them? Thanks!
Feb 25, 2017
Dubharmonic
89
Feb 25, 2017
bookmark_border
I'd stick with your Grados.
Feb 25, 2017
capt_jimbo
4
Feb 26, 2017
bookmark_border
So both of 'em are more or less have the same kinda sound? how bout the soundstageI've read elsewhere that the soundstage in the he-350 is wider.
Feb 26, 2017
Dubharmonic
89
Feb 26, 2017
bookmark_border
There are plenty of reviews of the HE-350, I'd suggest doing some Googling.
Feb 26, 2017
Knut
301
Mar 2, 2017
bookmark_border
I have the Grado 125's but I like the he-350 much better. Definitely better soundstage. I find the bass to be solid on the he-350 in stock form but I'm very curious about doing the bass-boost mod referenced in the item description.

I have a set of monoprice 1060s on the way. They may change everything.
Mar 2, 2017
RojasTKD
375
Mar 11, 2017
bookmark_border
I found the stock bass very lacking (and the highs harsh). The bass mods add a good amount of bass quantity as well as punch and extension. If you find the bass fine the mods might prove to be too much for you. But it easy and reversible, so can't hurt.
I'd be interested to hear you opinion.
Mar 11, 2017
RojasTKD
375
Mar 14, 2017
bookmark_border
I just picked up a the SR80e. Can't say I'm a fan. A few days before that I got my HE-350. In stock form I wasn't a fan of those either. After the simple bass mod the HE-350 sound much better, less harsh highs and a big boost in bass. The 350 also seem to have a fairly wide sound stage, surprised me how wide they sounded.
For me it the HE-350s hands down. But if you like the Grado's we may have very different taste.
Mar 14, 2017
capt_jimbo
4
Mar 15, 2017
bookmark_border
Ahhh I see. I was looking forward to the wide sound stage of the 350s anyway. I love my Grados; especially when listening to rock. I might be getting these though, just to try 'em out with classical.
Mar 15, 2017
View Full Discussion