Grado RS2 review | What Hi-Fi?
With their open backed wood earpieces and long rubber cord, these Grados are lookers, although comfort might be an issue for some. They offer a rich, detailed sound that's punchier than the Grado SR325is. The mid-range is emotive, while the clear treble and fluid bass contribute to the honest picture they produce.
Amazon.com: Grado Reference Series RS2e: Electronics
Grado is a company that has made headphones and phono cartridges for over half a century. It is a family owned company founded by the uncle of the current owner, who runs it with his two sons and wife in the Brooklyn fruit warehouse that was his grandparent's business beforehand.
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