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  • Grado Prestige Series SR125E Head Phone

    The SR125e uses ultra-high purity long crystal oxygen-free copper voice coil wire, and an eight-conductor cable. Thats scientific. Get onboard the SR125e if you want space, you want black, and you want the only mud hitting your ears to be Muddy Waters.DescriptionFeaturesSpecificationsGrados ability…

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    $219
  • Grado Prestige Series SR325E Headphones

    The added mass from the metal housing minimizes transient distortions.With the new 8 conductor cable design you will notice superb control and stability of the upper and lower range of the frequency spectrum, with both supporting Grado's world renowned midrange.The SR325e will…

    Price:
    $399
  • Grado Prestige Series SR60E Head Phone

    Everyone loves a thumping bass and kick-drum, but not at the expense of everything else. The Grado SR60e is your entry to the world of full spectrum audio headphones. You'll actually hear notes you never knew were there.These affordable headphones will open your ears to a new world.And you can…

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    $119
  • Grado Prestige Series SR225E Headphones

    The result is a broad soundstage free from colorations. The way the SR225es new driver, cable and plastic housing move air and react to sound vibrations is virtually unaffected by transient distortions. Bass, midrange and treble are all more wide open and you will enjoy the fine tonal spread and…

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    $279
  • Grado Prestige Series SR80E Head Phone

    The Grado SR80 headphones are known asThe Action Thriller Whether youre into gaming or jamming, our perfectly proportioned soundstage delivers the midrange you love and the details you crave. The 4-conductor cable and gold-plated mini-plug bring the sparkle back to your audio or gaming system,…

    Price:
    $149

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What you should consider when making your next headphone purchase Given the popularity of smart devices, the potential for a pocket full of music is more realised than ever, but to get the most out of this, you’re going to want to pick up some decent headphones. A lot of headphones, whether they’re in-ear or over-ear, will come with an inline remote that sits along the cabling in order to help you control your music playback, phone calls and volumes. These will also often contain microphones so you can answer calls without removing your headphones, although you’ll have to be sure whether the model you’re after is compatible with iPhone or Android, as some manufacturers produce separate versions for each of the major phone brands. As smartphones have progressed to the point where many are opting to remove their headphone jack, it’s also sensible to consider wireless (aka, bluetooth) headphones which have improved significantly in recent years, and somehow keep dropping in price. Some manufacturers, such as Sony and Bose, offer active noise-cancelling headphones which are ideal for the frequent flier and public transit commuter.