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GRADO SR60e Prestige Series Wired Open-Back Stereo Headphones

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Brand GRADO
Color Black
Connectivity Technology Wired
Model Name SR60e
Form Factor Over Ear

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  • 3.5mm mini plug with 1/4 inch adapter
  • Open Air Operating Principle

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Color Black Black Black Gold Black
Fit Type On-Ear over-ear Over-Ear Over-Ear over-ear
Headphones Form Factor Over Ear On Ear Over Ear Over Ear In Ear
Item Dimensions 3.15 x 6.69 x 7.48 inches 6.69 x 4.33 x 7.48 inches 8 x 8 x 4.8 inches 4.3 x 7.48 x 7.87 inches 4.72 x 9.45 x 12.6 inches
Item Weight 7.76 ounces 0.66 lbs 1.05 lbs 1.23 lbs 0.84 lbs
Special Features Just released Grado "e" series headphones Lightweight volume-control HIFI Microphone Feature, Lightweight, Noise Isolation, Volume-Control, Universal Phone Control

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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. You'll actually hear notes you never knew were there. Perhaps your audiophile friends have fueled a desire for the legendary Grado sound but you thought it was out of reach. Try a pair of our affordable open-back headphones and experience fuller, more realistic sound. Club-footed imports can't match the sonic enlightenment from Brooklyn, USA. Grado has taken one of the world's most legendary headphones and made it even better. The SR60e has a new driver design, a new polymer to better damp resonant distortion in the plastic housing, and a new cable from plug to driver connection. The way the SR60e's new driver and plastic housing move air and react to sound vibrations virtually eliminate transient distortions. This allows the signal flow over the new cable to reproduce sound that has tight control of the upper and lower range of the frequency spectrum, while supporting Grado's world renowned midrange. The SR60e will produce a sound that is pure Grado, with warm harmonic colors, rich full bodied vocals, excellent dynamics, and an ultra-smooth top end.

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Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2018
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Mr A T Robinson
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely stunning sound!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 5, 2016
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Kev Edwards
5.0 out of 5 stars I hardly ever say this about any Hi-Fi product but these are ''amazing''
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 16, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars I hardly ever say this about any Hi-Fi product but these are ''amazing''
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 16, 2019
I bought a pair of Grado SR60i headphones in 2010 direct from then SuperFi without hearing a pair, they were only for my iPod so anything was going to be better than what 'Apple' provided with the iPod and was happy with the sound from them using the iPod but was amazed by the sound quality from them when plugged into my CD player, these are the cheapest that Grado offered at the time, I paid around £80 for them, headphones this cheap just do not sound that good with a good CD player.

I bought a pair of Sennheiser HD660s headphones in the summer of 2018, just before E.I.S.A gave them 'Headphones of the year' award, I had a credit note left with a dealer so I gave them a try, was I very disappointed in them, they were going to go back but I gave them 50 hours use and found they were good with classical music and live concerts, they are so laid back they make heavy rock sound slow, big band sound they are perfect, brass sections as with other parts of the band are placed perfectly into a pin point stereo image but with such a high impedance of 150 ohms a fair bit of power was needed to get them going, my Marantz's headphone output just wouldn't drive them.

It was with the reasurance of good sound quality i ordered a pair of Grado SR325e headphones in July 2019 for use with my Marantz SA11s3 player.

They are heavier than the SR60i headphones but have the alluminium headpieces and a heavier gauge cable. They are slightly less comfortable also but not intrusive as to make them uncomfortable, I did find the cable shorter than I would like.

Sound quality, this to me is the most important thing, i do not care what they look like as long as the sound quality and the build quality is good then i am happy.

The first disc i played 'The Beatles' 1967-1970 Disc One (1995 issue) It took a bit of time for the headphones to settle in but by the end of the disc i can honestly say i have heard things from this recording i have never heard before, the sound was neither forward or set back, you are inside the recording or actually on the stage during the performance unlike my Sennheiser HD660s headphones which place the recording so far back that you would have thought the harmonies and multi-tracked instrument drops were just not there.

The next disc i played amazed me, it's a recording i have played hundreds of times since i bought it 4 years ago, it sounds stunning via my Musical Fidelity NU-Vista 600 amplifier and Bowers & Wilkins 805D3 speakers 'The Girl In The Other Room' (SACD) by Diana Krall, these headphones showed clearly every nuance of Diana Krall's stunning gravel vocal and stunning piano playing every foot movement on the piano foot pedals, every smack of her lips, every instrument that was recorded was there, everything had that 'magic' and it's only the second disc these headphones have had anything played through them and they improve up to 50 hours of use upon where they settle down fully and you are left with that rich, detailed stunning Grado sound quality.

I payed £269.00 for these from HiFiHut/Amazon, i was hoping to get a price reduction during the 'Prime Day' offers but alas 'No'

I tried them on my Computer using the 'Loxjie' valve headphone amp via the 'Balanced' output from the 'Korg DS-100 DAC' but they sounded rather 'spitty' and as they are reserved for my Marantz SA11s3 direct using the onboard Class A headphone amplifier I will be happy using the Grado SR60i and the Sennheiser HD660s in 'Balanced and Single ended' modes respectively with the computer.

Without a doubt these are the best headphones from my collection of the three, anyone looking at these as a upgrade please be in no doubt there really are amazing.

As a footnote.

Anyone who is not happy with the sound from their pair of 'Sennhhiser HD660s' try removing the ear pads and taking the thin foam pad out then replace the ear pads, they come alive instead of sleeping in the background, big improvement but still not a patch on the Grado SR325e, i wonder just how good the reference series of Grado's headphones are ??
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Randy stubblefield
5.0 out of 5 stars My God!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 7, 2018
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 4, 2017
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Imperial Jade
4.0 out of 5 stars Superb Sound at the Price
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 12, 2019
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