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Re-introduced in March 2009 with a slightly tweaked and improved driver, the Grado SR125i is a high end headphone.

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Pros

audiophile quality for voice and instrument warmth and clarity

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built very light, don't notice the weight even after hours of use

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

bass support exists, but isn't deep or loud

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foam earpads feel stiff and cheap, need to be treated with fabric softener for proper comfort

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need a 12 to 24 hour break-in period before they reach their potential for clarity

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don't feel like they give a secure fit

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headband is bent to adjust tightness, feels like it will break doing this too often

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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Re-introduced in March 2009 with a slightly tweaked and improved driver, the Grado SR125i is a high end headphone. Based on the same design as the SR80i, the SR125i features an improved diaphragm and voice coil design and UHPLC (Ultra-high purity, long crystal) copper voice coil wire. The Diaphragms are put through a special 'de-stressing' process in order to enhance inner detail. An improved headband spring provides even greater comfort allowing the listener to relax and enjoy the fine tonal spread and balance. Bass, midrange and treble are all more open.

  • Vented diaphragm
  • Non Resonant air chamber
  • UHPLC copper voice coil wire
  • Standard copper connecting cord
  • Tranducer type : dynamic
  • Operating principle : open air
  • Frequency response : 20-20
  • SPL 1mV : 98
  • Normal impedance : 32ohms
  • Driver matched db : .1
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