Grado SR80e

Prestige Series on-ear headphones

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Grado sound for a song

Want warm, balanced, natural sound that can transport you straight to the heart of your music — without breaking the bank? Look no further. Grado's Prestige Series SR80e headphones are an affordable introduction to what high-end audio is all about. These headphones feature updates to Grado's previous SR80i headphones, including an improved driver design, better acoustic damping, and a new cable. You'll experience powerful dynamics, and the kind of focus and sonic detail you'd expect from much more expensive 'phones. They can be easily driven with a portable music player or laptop, and include a 1/4" adapter plug so you can enjoy 'em on your home system, too.

Born in Brooklyn and built to perform

Each pair of SR80e headphones is still made right in Brooklyn, New York where the Grado family has been building award-winning audio gear for more than 60 years. Like all Grado headphones, the SR80e uses a vented "open-air" earcup design with large, non-resonant air chambers for powerful, extended bass response and a more open, spacious sound. The diaphragms in each SR80e driver have been put through a special "de-stressing" process that allows them to deliver more music detail for an even larger soundstage. The drivers are also carefully matched to within 0.1 dB for enhanced stereo imaging. Plus, Grado gave these 'phones a stout four-conductor connecting cable for enhanced signal flow and bass control.

From our review of Grado's previous SR80i Headphones:

The standout point for me was the wearability — these headphones felt really comfortable for extended listening at work, and there was a minimum of ear fatigue at medium volume levels... if you want a day-in, day-out working headphone companion that faithfully reproduces your song collection... you should put a set of Grado SR80i headphones into the mix.

— Woody, Crutchfield A/V Writer

Product Highlights:

  • open-back, on-the-ear design with replaceable ear cushions
  • vented diaphragms (open-air) for spacious, low-distortion sound and extended bass response
  • special "de-stressed" diaphragms and a four-conductor connecting cable provide enhanced levels of inner detail for a more open soundstage
  • adjustable headband for a custom fit
  • driver pairs matched to within 0.1 dB for better stereo imaging
  • copper voice coils for dynamic performance
  • 81" four-conductor copper headphone cable terminated with 1/8" stereo mini plug (1/4" adapter included)
  • optional 15-foot Grado headphone extension cable available
  • frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz
  • sound pressure level (at 1mW): 99.8 dB
  • impedance: 32 ohms
  • warranty: 1 year (does not include earpads)
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

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Written By Corey, Kentucky on Saturday, July 11, 2015

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This review of the Grado SR80e will begin with a little personal history. I am used to listening to Magneplanar Speakers so needless to say my expectations of the Grados weren't super high to begin with. When you listen through some maggies it's hard to listen to other style of drivers without achieving the same level of detail and realism without spending considerable amounts of money on traditional dynamic driver systems. However as fasr as headphones go I am very used to listening to Koss Porta Pro which are also open back design although considerably smaller in size. The Grados are much like a giant pair of Koss porta pros which is a good thing. The soundstage is very wide and mids and highs are extremely articulate and detailed. The bottom end is tight and fairly fast, although I find them to be somewhat soft in the lower bass portion. however all together they produce a very detailed sound that gives the impression of being right in the mix with the artists. When listening to classical style recordings it appears that the listeners position is right next to the conductor. and with Rock and more modern recordings it is very much like sitting in front of the lead singers mic with everything else wrapped around you. They do not require a headphone amp to drive sufficient volume levels however I feel like they would probably be more accurate with something a little more power for better control of the drivers. But they will sound fine with your ipod. not for noisy places.

Pros: Super wide soundstage, Great mids and articulate highs. accurate although slightly soft in the bass region. comfortable for hours on end. durable construction. great vintage look

Cons: They do not block out any environment noise. but they aren't supposed to. They are open back for a reason. They give detailed sound and are meant for intricate listening sessions, not for working out at the gym.

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Written By JC, Maryland on Wednesday, June 24, 2015

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This is my 3rd Grado headphone purchase. I now have this SR80e plus the SR325e and GS1000e (all from Crutchfield). Each is superb when it comes to music reproduction even though they are each have a different sound and build. When this headphone arrived and was unpacked I couldn't get over how cheap it looked. The SR325e is clearly better built as is the GS1000e. However, those are 3 and 10 times the cost. The surprise... the sound is terrific and sounds better than many and definitely better than anything in it's price range. For the money, it is a steal.

Pros: Very light with really great sound.

Cons: Nothing wrong with the build quality just the material used is cheap looking.

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Written By Anonymous, texas on Friday, May 22, 2015

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Thanks..what a wonderful item. Very happy.

Big Step Up

Written By Scott R, Maryland on Monday, April 27, 2015

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I needed a graduation present for my niece and wanted something that wasn't boring or something she'd want to sell. Like many kids today she listened to music with cheap earbuds so finding the right headphones could make a big splash. As soon as she opened the box she loved the design and feel of the headphones. Later when she plugged them in she was all smiles. Mission accomplished.

Pros: Great sound Good looks

Cons: No real cons I can think of. I guess cheaper woudl be good but I think they are a great value for the money.

Good quality and good value

Written By Erik, Massachusetts on Saturday, February 28, 2015

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These are great quality headphones for a very reasonable price. The frequency response seems very flat and they have good bass response. They are very neutral with nicely recorded source material, and I purposely purchased them because I wanted a natural sounding headphone without the over-emphasized thumpy bass. These are not meant to be noise-reduction headphones, they will let you stay aware of your surroundings.

Pros: Great sound quality, great value, made is USA, comfortable, cool looking, let you hear your surroundings

Cons: No negative issues

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Written By Don, New York on Monday, February 16, 2015

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Replaced a pair of Grado SR60s I had used for many years. Even better sound than my old pair and just as comfortable. Unbeatable for the money.

Pros: Great sound Great comfort Great value

Cons: Not designed for noise reduction

Very good value

Written By Gil, Pennsylvania on Sunday, February 15, 2015

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Comfortable, well-priced, satisfactory sound. Not noise reducing and others nearby will hear sound.

Pros: Value, comfort

Cons: Let's sound in and out

Great Grado Headphones

Written By Mark, Kansas on Saturday, January 24, 2015

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I bought this set of headphones with the desire to have excellent sound quality, but still allow me to be aware of my surroundings. These do an excellent job. The sound quality is very good, they are light and comfortable. I am able to respond if needed to my surroundings by avoiding the noise reduction that so many people appear to need for their listening pleasure. (My wife is happy because if she needs me, I can hear her!) I am also able to listen to music or watch movies late at night without disturbing her while enjoying the volume and sound quality that I enjoy. I also wanted to avoid any cord mounted switches or volume controls that may cause noise as they age, and cause potential distortion issues in the future. I have had other headphones that static was introduced after years of use in the volume controls mounted on the earcups, so I wanted to avoid that with the Grado headphones.

Pros: High quality sound, light weight, and comfortable. Allows me to remain aware of my surroundings while listening.

Cons: For my usage, I have not found any negative issues.

sound great but

Written By n.y. bill, Arizona on Monday, January 19, 2015

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cables to bulky for use other than listining at home stero not good for ipod/iphone use at gym or any outdoor use athiner cable would have made them near perfect great price though

Pros: sounded as good as bose top of line , price, MADE IN U.S.A.

Cons: bulky cables

Wowzah! They're awesome

Written By 1SpookyMulder, Albuquerque, NM on Monday, January 05, 2015

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Gave my wife the Grado SR80e for Christmas, since she had these raggedy older Philips headphones - they're still OK, but she deserved better ones.

From the moment that she opened the box, it was oozing coolness. Great first impression.

The thickness of the cord, the comfort of the ear pads, the leather band with imperfections looks beautiful, it all made her smile. She thought it was a much more expensive set of headphones. Once she plugged in... she was giddy. She played some 70s and 80s rock, classical music, and some hip-hop. Everything sounded fantastic.

Two caveats, albeit minor: the cord isn't detachable and, because they are on-ear, the sound emanating from the headphones can be easily heard by someone close by. Not a big deal to me, at all.

Happy wife, happy life.

Pros: -Sound quality -Comfort -Clarity in both female and male voices -Very satisfying bass

Cons: -Non-detachable cord

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Written By KH, Missouri on Saturday, January 03, 2015

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great sound but marked down due to extremely short power cord that is only useful if standing right next to the amp.

Pros: sound

Cons: requires a power cord extender.

Best Headphones Ever

Written By Dennis R., Hendersonville,TN on Friday, December 26, 2014

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These phones are the best I have ever owned. The sound quality is excellent, It's all there-Bass is great-not too thumpy, the mids and highs are very clear and pronounced-even at higher volume levels!! I was pleasantly surprised at the outstanding overall sound quality when I first put them on my smart phone!!

Pros: Great sound quality, value, durability.

Cons: Sorry I didn't purchase these phones before now!!!!

They are Awesome

Written By MamaD, Readfield, Maine on Friday, December 26, 2014

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Gave them as a Christmas gift to my son...next thing I knew he was plugged in to his Phone and listening to music. He was impressed with the quality of sound. He will be travelling quite a bit with his new job and knows these headphones plugged into his favorite tunes will be a great way to pass the time in flight.

Pros: very good sound quality...very little sound leaking from the headphones... less scatter noise to disturbe others nearby. Lightweight and comfortable.

Cons: haven't found one!

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Written By Anonymous, Panama City, Florida on Thursday, December 25, 2014

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Overall pleased with these headphones.

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Written By Anonymous, Idaho on Wednesday, December 24, 2014

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excellent product for the money. Great sound and clarity. I can sit and listen for hours with no stress or pressure on the ears. Liked them so much that I bought a pair for my wife and son.

Pros: Great sound for the price. Very easy on the ears.

Cons: None.

Headphone Heaven

Written By Gadget nut, Florida on Sunday, December 21, 2014

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Great sound quality at an affordable price. For the money you cant beat the price. They also fit comfortably.

Pros: Great sound, quality construction, comfort.

Cons: Maybe not as stylish as other brands but at one third the cost who cares!

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Written By AlanB, Florida on Saturday, December 20, 2014

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It as been many years since I owned a Sennheiser open air headphone set (actually their first model). I took a chance on this one and must register some disappointment. The sound is just ok-- Too bright and glaring. It is a harsh listen compared with my enclosed Sennheiser and Sony headphones. Perhaps things might improve with time, although I would not want to miss the return by date.

Pros: Price, reasonable comfort.

Cons: Harsh, glaring sound. Not appealing for classical listening.

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Written By jwoods, columbus, oh on Wednesday, December 17, 2014

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Great sound. Will only get better with continued use with open air design.

Pros: Mids and highs are smooth and crisp

Cons: Not enough bass but I believe bass will get better after breaking in period.

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Written By audiocat, California on Monday, December 15, 2014

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Wonderful sound quality for a reasonable price!

Grado on a budget

Written By Andy, Wilmington, North Carolina on Tuesday, December 02, 2014

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I was looking for good sound, comfortable fit, and quality components at a reasonable price and these are all I could expect. Had never heard of Grado but glad Crutchfield had them. The sound is very good for just about any music unless you want to thump your brains out. I can comfortably wear them for hours w/o any discomfort. Their wires are much heavier gauge than most and I think it really helps the sound (check out their high-end series sets). Simple, durable design with no real style points but they work great. I don't mind the lack of a control on the headphones themselves as I cannot imagine how a rheostat type device in-line would not deteriorate the sound and compromise durability, especially as it ages. If you want convenience, ear buds should work better for you.

Pros: Outstanding sound, quality, and comfort at a great price.

Cons: No style points if that matters to you. if it does, you could take out a loan, get one of their high-end headsets and display the price tag.

Great Sound - Great Price

Written By john-pa, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, November 19, 2014

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Grados are never "bass heavy", but the sound IS clear and crisply defined. For a bit more bass, you can always use an equalizer. If you want to knock your fillings out with thumpa-thumpa, go elsewhere, but tonal music in any frequency will come across beautifully. My use is pure music, and spans a wide range from baroque, be-bop jazz, blues and contemporary electronic. It all sounds great over these phones, although you can clearly hear limitations of the vintage technology in old recordings.

These are open-style cans (you can see the transducer through the outer grill) so anyone right next to you will be able to hear your music too. You can hear inbound sounds also, but that's a Good Thing to me because I am in a quiet office and I want to know if someone is trying to talk to me. The cord is 6-ft and substantial. I certainly would not want the cable any shorter or my mobility would be restricted from my PC (with external DAC of course).

If you have a strong desire for Grado's but are afraid that the "on-ear" style would be uncomfortable, be aware that the Grado "G-Cushion" will fit on all Grado models including the SR-80e. These are circumaural hunks of foam that can easily replace the stock SR-80 on-ear pads and they create the unusual hybrid of having both "open" AND "circumaural" cans like the Grado 1000 model, but for a lot less. These pads are pricy for what they are, but in my opinion they both improve the sound (making it even more open) and they also improve comfort.

Pros: Great Sound Great Value Add-on the G-Cush for around-the-ear comfort

Cons: Essentially zero sound-isolation, but everybody knows that.

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Written By Tyrone F, Kalamazoo, MI on Tuesday, October 14, 2014

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When I first connected the headphones to my computer to listen to music while I was working a home I was pleasantly surprised. The bass was very pronounced and the treble was very crisp. I immediately fell in love with these headphones. For the price, I feel I received an excellent value and I would highly recommend these headphones to my friends. In addition, the headphones were light and comfortable.

awesome

Written By yadier, on Friday, October 03, 2014

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best headphone i every have, compare this to my ath50 that are good but overeating i preferred the grados best overall.

Cord too long for portable use.

Written By Anonymous, TX on Friday, September 05, 2014

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I gave only 3 stars because the cable was waaaay longer than I expected (6-7 feet?), so they are unusable if you want to listed with iPod and walk around. The product description did not mention that detail (as far as I could find). These are meant to be used while sitting on the couch, plugged into your home receiver. Otherwise, sound very good.

Great for the price

Written By Killer B, Columbia, MO. on Friday, August 22, 2014

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I've owned a few pairs of Grados, the 60i, 80i and 225i, and now these. How do they compare to the other Grados? I prefer them to the more expensive 225 because it's not as bright and has a bit more bass response. The tone quality overall is still on the bright side though. I guess I should start with the types of music I listen to: mostly classic, soft, pop rock, and soul from the 70's to present; occasionally hard rock, heavy metal, classical or jazz. The overall tone quality as I said is a bit bright, with more treble than I like on most sources (CD, SACD, BLU-RAY and DVD audio, etc.) while the midrange sounds really great with vocals, piano, acoustic guitar, etc. - just a little forward but not in a bad way. The bass is just a tad less responsive than I prefer, but you can still hear the lowest bass frequencies the human ear can hear. I don't listen to much hip-hop or other bass heavy music but I do like the bass to be accurate and well proportioned with the mids and highs, and the bass on these is pretty much 85 to 90% of the way there. Comfort, to me is a high priority, right up there with sound quality, and to me these are quite comforting on the ears; I will say though that I bent and stretched the headband just a little. Build quality is OK. I would say very good, except for (and a lot of people mention this) the wires that can be easily twisted. When they arrived brand new, one of the wires had been severely bent back 360 degrees and tightly wire tied. Not good.

Pros: Very good overall sound quality Very good comfort with some stretching of the headband Mostly good build quality

Cons: A bit "treblesome" Wires easily twisted Mostly plastic build Cord is an awkward length: not short enough for use with portables, too short for home audio use.

Amazing for the price.

Written By Magnanimous, Muscatine, IA on Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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These headphones offer very satisfying sound especially at the $100 price point, however the open back design causes them to offer absolutely no noise isolation, so they're best for those that won't use them in public too often.

Pros: Great quality for the price.

Cons: Not for public listening.

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Written By Ski, Chester Nj on Sunday, August 17, 2014

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Good phones for the money

Pros: Very nice audio quality, neutral and balanced

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Written By tonyd, Melbourne Beach, FL on Friday, August 15, 2014

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Great headset for the price and Made in America.

Pros: Good Looking and comfortable to wear. Nice full sound. Used with Nakamichi Cassette Decks which have no line output control, so added a Koss VC-20 inline volume control, which works perfectly. Really not designed for Noise Reduction so that is why the three stars. However, this was pointed out in the description, so at least three stars for being honest.

Cons: Short cable length reduces mobility.

Top of the Line Headphones - outstanding value

Written By adh, los angeles, CA on Thursday, July 31, 2014

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great sound/ super comfortable - lightweight. Second pair of Grado headphones I have owned. Great for work with laptop, or Iphone

Pros: Sound quality and comfort for 'long wear'

Cons: no case included; first pair of the 'cup' pulled away - however Grado sent a replacement part in days - no charge!

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Written By jl, Bethesda MD on Monday, July 07, 2014

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Excellent audio quality as were its predecessors. I found that those wore out due to the location and nature of the external wiring and I fear the same may happen to this model as well...I hope not. But replacing a pair of headphones every five years or so isn't going to break the bank, Splendid value for money.

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  • On-ear headphones with attached 81" cable (3.5mm plug)
  • 1/4" adapter (installed)
  • "Celebrating Over 60 Years of Tradition" sheet
  • Headphone/Warranty info (printed on inside of box)

Features and Specs

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Fit Style On-ear
Earcup Type Open
Noise-canceling No
Bluetooth No
Frequency Response 20-20k Hz
Sensitivity 99.8 dB
Impedance 32 Ohms
Weight 8.2 ounces
Cord Length 81"
Airline Adapter Included No
iPod Control No
Volume Control No
Built-in Microphone No
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year

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Features

e series: The Grado e series represents the company's third generation of headphones. Every aspect of the headphones; the drivers, cable, plug, even the glue; has been upgraded for better sound quality and dynamics. As in the previous series, the e series headphones are all made by hand at Grado's facility in Brooklyn, NY.

Prestige Series: Grado's Prestige Series of headphones has a retro look and a sound quality that is the result of over 60 years of audio research. These headphones make the pure Grado sound signature available in an affordable package.

SR80e: The Grado SR80e on-ear headphones feature an open back design that produces a full, more realistic experience. The new polymer body helps to eilminate resonances that can cause distortion. The newly-designed drivers in the SR80e are matched to within 0.1dB for optimum stereo imaging.

Included 6.5mm Adapter: The SR80e has a high-quality 81" 4-conductor audio cable with a 3.5mm gold-plated plug. The plug has a sturdy molded sleeve with ample stress relief. Included in the box is a gold-plated, snap-on 6.5mm (1/4") adapter that you can use with your home audio components.

Note: The size of the plug sleeve may cause interference with some smartphone cases.

Replaceable Cushions: The high-quality foam rubber ear cushions can be removed for cleaning, if needed. If they show signs of wear, you can replace them with the Grado Replacement Cushion S.

Note: The headphone's ear cushions are not covered in the manufacturer's one-year warranty.

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