Grado SR125e Dynamic Open-Air Supra-Aural Stereo Headphones

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About Grado SR125e

The Grado Prestige Series SR125e is a high-quality open-air stereo headphones that's great for hi-fi applications. Based on the design of the SR80i, the SR125i is lightweight and rugged, with an adjustable headband and Cushioned earcups for long-lasting comfort. The specially-designed drivers are matched to within 0.1dB and put through a "de-stressing" process to provide an enlarged soundstage and enhanced detail.

The headphones have a non-resonant air chamber and the voice coil is made from ultra-high purity long-crystal copper wiring for natural, clear audio. The improved 8-conductor connecting cord is also made from copper wiring for a terrific signal with increased control and stability of upper and lower frequencies. For open, natural sound that puts you right in the mix in comfort and style, look no further than the SR125i.

Grado SR125e Features

  • Adjustable headband and Cushioned earcups for long-lasting comfort
  • Balanced audio across all frequencies
  • Drivers are matched to 0.1dB for a large soundstage
  • Vented diaphragm is "de-stressed" for excellent detail
  • Non-resonant air chamber
  • Ultra-high purity long crystal copper wire voice coil
  • High-quality 8-conductor cable for excellent control and stability of upper and lower frequencies
  • Standard 1/4" stereo plug is compatible with a variety of devices

Grado SR125e Specifications

Headphones Type
Dynamic, Open-Air, Supra-Aural
Sound pressure (db) 1mV
Transducers tolerance (db)
Numbers of conductors in cable
Cable length
1.8 m / 5.90'
Material of acoustic chamber
Black plastic
Voice coil material
Frequency Range
20Hz - 20kHz
32 Ohms
1/4" Stereo Plug
Cable material
Standard copper
225 g / 7.93 oz

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Shopper  Are this headphones recommended for Professional Audio mixing?
JONATHAN J  I wouldn't recommend it. Grado headphones are fun to listen to but aren't very neutral/flat. I would recommend looking at AKG K702, K271 or K240, or Sennheiser HD280 or HD25
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