Grado uses cocobolo wood for its new limited edition headphone

Sonically and physically beautiful.
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Grado GH2 Cocobolo

When it comes to beautiful headphones, Grado is certainly at the top of our list with their hand-made headphones. One of their most stunning models is this new limited edition from their Grado Heritage Series called the GH2 that uses Central American cocobolo wood to create a housing that doesn't just look good, but sounds good too. It's also the first pair of Grado headphones to use cocobolo and no two headphones are alike.

$650, gradolabs.com

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