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Grado Prestige Series SR60e Headphones

Grado Prestige Series SR60e Headphones


I LOVE Grado cans and have a few pair already, but the next set I have my sights on is the SR325e. I see it scored second place in the voting. I would commit to a drop on those if anyone starts one!
I'm voting for the 325s, been wanting to try a Grado for some time now. And really. What's the point of a drop for something that already retails sub-$100? Come on guys, let's get this done!
Why Massdrop dudes are not here to tell us that they are speaking with Grado to get the discount?
I need the SR325e, come on guys.
Oh... and go sr325e!
Whats the difference between the Grados, the 'i's and the 'e's?
I would love to see these headphones on sale. Kicking myself since I missed a local store selling the 80is for $40 and the 125is for $80.
hey what's the difference between the 60e and the 80e? i really wanna try one of these grado heard they're excellent for metal
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arik100
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The SR80 model is a clearly distinguishable upgrade from the 60e. The 125s and later do improve after that, but you're getting into diminishing returns on value for the dollar. The SR80e cans hit the sweet spot for quality and price.
OldScotch
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You should try all of the Prestige headphones and RS1. I felt SR60i, SR80i, and SR125i are mediocre options at their regular prices. SR225i was a better deal. Diminishing returns hits Grados hard after SR225i. The 'e' series isn't going to be a day-and-night improvement by a longshot, so the same trend will surely apply.
Why are there so many Audio Technica people and barely any Grado fans?
Spicy_Cork_Sauce
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Because there's a lot more hype for AT than Grado.