Grado’s first true wireless earbuds have some areas of sonic expertise, but they aren't quite the no-brainer we hoped for.
Less than two years after going wireless for the first time, Grado has gone full 21st century with the introduction of its first true wireless model...
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Grado claims its latest pair of open-back headphones are one of the best-sounding limited-edition models it has ever built.
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Hand-built in Brooklyn, limited edition and with 1960s-inspired styling – albeit with a distinctly 2019 price-tag.
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Interview Following the launch of Grado Labs' first wireless headphones, we chat to the company's president and CEO.
The company's first wireless headphones sport an open-back design (yes really) and very familiar Grado-like aesthetics.
The headphones have been in development for more than two years, and draw on three generations of Grado expertise.
A round-up of the week's highlights, including Virgin Media's travails and the BBC's latest 'green button' innovation.
Grado has spent more than two years analysing and upgrading every aspect of its flagship cartridge, making for one of the most stable tracking phono cartridges ever made.
The iGes are the first Grado headphones to feature an in-line mic and controls for Apple smartphones.
Grado has been hand-making headphones at its New York HQ for over 60 years, and the limited edition GH1 headphones are the first to be made from a Brooklyn maple tree.