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Old 09-09-2011, 03:40 AM
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Grado Professional PS1000 Headphones

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

Today we wonder what true and great quality sounds like. When it comes to music, and you have to keep things on the d-low. You're gonna need some headphones. Not just any headphones will do. If you go out and buy a $10.00 pair, the chances are those headphones are going to sound like crap.
Never get a pair of crappy headphones. I've learned that myself far too often. Sure you can get that really cheap pair of headphones. I know. It's only 10 bucks. And it's a really good brand too. I think really you can get a good name brand that cheap. However, at that price, don't expect them to last no more than a year or so.

The Grado Professional PS1000 Headphones aren't for anyone. They are only for elitist or someone with a huge piggy bank. I would not buy these headphones unless I was very rich and stupid. Crazy works too.
If I could purchase these, you better believe I would. Just image yourself with these headphones, OMG, the hearing power, WOW!
Think of the THX man of the 80-90's. That's what it would sound like. You sliding in a chair from the sound.

Take for instance, it's not the brand you have to worry about, it's the price.

As horrible as it is, "the $2.99 Sport Blue Headphones," really are a let-me-down.

If you really want a pair of headphones that will literally "knock your socks off!" Check out, Grado Professional PS1000 Headphones.


The Good:

The sound and style far exceeds any other like it. Beautifully crafted wood and solid metal earcups; stellar build quality; includes 15-foot extension cable and phono-to-miniplug adapter.

The Bad:

Only the price. Starting at $1,695.00. Only the rich can afford this.

Overall rating of this product. Including cost, performance, brand. "5.0."

Comparing to other units, go with something cheaper. Let's say $30 should do it.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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