Grado's SR80i headphones might look average, but they sound great
I'm type in a recent cnet.com and this is a review of the great -- not ATI headphones.
If you're looking prepared had funds to listening to climb it's very easy to -- hundreds of -- for good pain but want if you -- under limited budget.
If that's the case in the great and it's our -- -- -- for about 100 bucks are about the best bank for buck you can --
Despite denying the -- in eighty I stands for improved rather than a lifeline.
And improvements fund two new drive is -- a couple of design tweaks including -- changes and a different -- pad.
The headphones do you -- different to the regionals with a slightly -- times and better place.
For the extra twenty dollar investment of the stops but it's not sixty story it's a revelation -- -- -- and more sparkle in the travel.
These are true audio file it funds we -- the horrendous price.
On the downside there are a little bit ugly and looked like something it BP -- to bottom line use.
And -- open nature means they note on these leaks sound but that terrible on noisy public transport.
Apart from upload these are excellent at funds and all it hotly recommend them to anyone looking for a set it finds.
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