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Grado Lab GS1000i Headphones – For Connoisseurs of Sound

A hand crafted Mahogany Earpieces made by Grado are one of the best that have appeared on the market recently. The GS1000i uses new upgraded dynamic transducers and the new 8 conductor cable design. New wood, driver and cable designs gave a better result in control and stability of the upper and lower range of the frequency spectrum.

Grado’s GS1000i cushion design perfectly for the ears, creates a larger soundstage and greater spatial experience for the listener. Correct balance between the driver and wooden driver housing gives you desired the sound.

Grado Lab GS1000i Headphones

Grado Lab GS1000i Headphones

With this cushion design, the GS1000i is going to be one of the most comfortable headphones on the market today.

The headphones retains a sound that is pure Grado, rich full-bodied vocals, excellent dynamics and an ultra smooth top end. The presentation is very detailed, the bass is deep and the music is very tight and non-fatiguing. All with a soundstage that is huge allowing for unbelievable separation and layering of the music which is simply stunning.

With the price of $1,715 these Grado Lab GS1000i Headphones are not just for everyone, but definitely worth every invested cents.

Grado Lab GS1000i Headphones

Featuring a new species of hand crafted Mahogany earpieces made using an intricate curing process

Grado Lab GS1000i Headphones

The GS1000i uses new upgraded dynamic transducers and the new 8 conductor cable design

Grado Lab GS1000i Headphones

The presentation is very detailed, the bass is deep and the music is very tight and non-fatiguing

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