While they aren't for bass lovers, the SR325e headphones deliver very open, detailed sound that makes for exciting listening.
Whether you're out listening to your MP3 player or out at home with your high-end stereo, your headphone choice is critical. Here we've picked our five favorites across every style and category, but if you already know which type of headphones you want, use the links at the left to get more options.
While the open-back design isn't good for noisy environments, the Grado SR80e headphones sound exceptionally good for $100 and are also comfortable to wear.
The Grado SR80i headphones are a great budget pair that offer sparkling sound with tight bass and are best suited to home use.
Grado's audiophile-friendly SR225i headphones deliver stellar sound quality, though some design caveats may limit their appeal for on-the-go listening.
They may cost as much as a big-screen TV, but the PS1000s are simply the best-sounding, most comfortable, and best-looking Grado headphones we've ever tested.
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The Grado GR8 headphones boast level resonance and audiophile-quality acoustics, but they're currently overpriced for the average listener.
Grado Labs' first Heritage Series headphones, the GH1 model, sound fresh and lively, says the Audiophiliac.
The Audiophiliac visits Grado's Brooklyn factory to document the fabrication and assembly of the most affordable "e" Series headphone, the SR60e.
The Audiophiliac looks back on the long and distinguished career of this New York-based maker of speakers, turntables, headphones and more.
The Audiophiliac drops by Grado's Brooklyn factory to see its headphones being made.