Grado headphones are arguably known as much for their distinctive looks as for their class-leading sound.
With the limited edition GH1 headphones, the company has achieved a first: they're the first Grados to be built from a Brooklyn tree.
And it's a maple tree from Sunset Park, Brooklyn, no less - the hometown of the Grado family.
It's the first time Grado has used maple wood, and the company claims the sound from the open-back headphones is dynamic, with an authoritative bass and accurate midrange and treble frequencies.
The GH1s are the first in the company's Heritage Series and are rolling out to select Grado dealers around the world over the next few weeks.
You can see more pictures of the GH1 manufacturing process on the Grado blog.
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