Why We Like It
Grado is famous for their remarkable headphone and phono cartridge designs and hold over 48 patents. Company founder, Joseph Grado is credited as the inventor of the stereo moving coil phono cartridge. He is responsible for more innovations in phono cartridge design than any other person in our lifetime and was inducted into the Audio Hall of Fame in 1982.
Everyone loves a thumping bass and kick-drum, but not at the expense of everything else. The Grado SR60e is your entry to the world of full spectrum audio. You'll actually hear notes you never knew were there. Perhaps your audiophile friends have fueled a desire for the legendary Grado sound but you thought it was out of reach. Try a pair of our affordable open-back headphones and experience fuller, more realistic sound. Club-footed imports can't match the sonic enlightenment from Brooklyn, USA.
- Tranducer type: dynamic
- Operating principle: open air
- Frequency Response: 20-20,000 hz
- SPL 1mW: 99.8 dB
- Normal Impedance: 32ohms
- Driver matched db: .1 dB
"These 'phones are so good for their price that I wouldn't be surprised if Grado has trouble keeping dealers stocked."
– Stereophile / Barry Willis Vol.17, No.5
"The greatest bargain in all of portable audio-dom are the Grado SR60 headphones. They manifest a terrifically involving, rich sound which can civilize even a cheap portable CD player."
– FI magazine / Andrew Keen Vol.1, No.7
"The SR60 is an exceptional value with no peers in its price range."
– Radio World / Bruce Bartlett Vol.20, No.9
"The SR60 headphones sound impressively warm, lively and detailed. For the money, there is nothing quite like them."
– Time magazine / Fred Kaplan Vol.149, Vol.19