Grado SR80e

Grado SR80e

  • Earpiece design: On ear
  • Attachment type: Headband
  • Features: 3.5 mm/6.3mm adapter included
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10/03/2019
I've found the right one! These sounds just like headphones should sound!

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19/05/2017
Edited 20/08/2017
I had these at home for about a month before they were sold on. The relationship with them can probably be described as a kind of hatred. The sound is incredibly transparent and detailed throughout the entire registry. In particular, the middle register really sounds amazing. The base is a bit backed up, but it is there and goes really deep. The big problem I had with them is that the treble became stressful in the long run. Probably they are tuned by any middle-aged old man who has long lost the hearing in high frequencies. For me who are 25 and with good hearing, it simply becomes too much. I literally got into my ears by listening to them for more than 30 minutes. It's astonished pity, considering how incredibly good they sound otherwise. Thinking of testing the SR60 instead, but until now, with some resistance, I have returned to my old Koss Porta Pro prostitute. I still give them 8 stars, and in about 40 years, maybe I'll give them another chance again :)

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06/12/2012
I've had my SR80 for ten years and like them a lot. For some music. Grado is a charming headphone brand. Attractively ugly, odd and very characteristic sound. The soundstage is open, very detailed and nuanced. More bright than dull. More midrange and clear treble than bass. Therefore very suitable for jazz, classical and other acoustic music and less suitable for music that demands more bass. For the kind of music like techno / house, rap, etc., they become annoying to listen to. Blatant and apply and a little too thin at the bottom. They are open and leak sound both in and out. Thus a hemmalur and nothing for mobile use. The comfort is poor with the foam pads that come with. Additionally crumbles they break over the years. I have switched to the simpler wide foam rubber pads that can be purchased eg Koss Porta Pro. It is very easy to change. The comfort will be much better. Some complain about the cable. But I like that it is sturdy and solid and no thin filaments that most kids have today. No loose contact in ten years. Good stuff. Plasticky and simple design in general but seems to be durable. Summary: a game happy hemmalur with an open hi-fi sound for sensible money but would not recommend for those who like basig music.

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17/02/2011
The headphones sound very, very good. If one ignores the insanely long and heavy cord could serve as an anchor chain, and they are so uncomfortable that it's completely impossible to use them longer than 20 minutes at the time, so it is perhaps a sensible purchase (and when I say uncomfortable so it is a very nice euphemism ...). But most will probably do best to buy such a pair of sensible Sennheiser's instead. But they sound good. But it does not so much matter when they are not going to have his head :-(

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12/10/2010
Best trick I had. Do not compare with others in this price range. Extremely detailed. Airy and balanced sound. I bought mine for about 5 years ago and is still saved in them. They are very comfortable and you can wear them forever (one forgets them). The only bad thing I can think of is that they feel a little flimsy in construction. Ie I've glued the bracket plastic once when it came off when I abused it a lot, but since then it has been sitting. Must still give a dollar when I could never imagine a few other kids. A little warning to. They leak sound like a sieve, so if you do not want to disturb others, you should choose other kids. Can you handle these two flaws, you get no better sound for the money.

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31/08/2010
Incredibly välljudandande and comfortable hifi headphones!

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18/07/2010
Edited 19/07/2010
A whole different world compared to my porta pro, discovers new trails in music. Very satisfied with my 80i.

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26/05/2010
mullrig bass makes the song unclear poor treble To listen to these for shure headphones is like going from a motorcycle to a scooter

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21/03/2010
My reference headphones at the moment. I like the strong sound, powerful bass, clear treble soft and really nice and detailed midrange. Babe's judgment too ... but alas too uncomfortable to wear for long, perfect for a couple of songs but gets very annoying to wear after an hour over.

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20/03/2010
A hook to fall in love! Actually feel that way. Have not played it yet, but it already sounds very good. Much detail, warm, good rhythm, clear and nice sound. Have sr80i (with one in at the end). This is an updated version of the standard without in. Inter alia is new cushions and much more comfortable (I guess). Soft and big are they anyway. Sits very comfortably on the head, the only minus is that they are a little loose, you can not headbang without them falling off. But on the other hand, they push harder then. Should mention that I have pretty narrow head. The appearance is either not love LR. I think they look awesome out!

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