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Grado doubles the wood for their GS2000e headphone

Mahogany and maple make for a sonically (and aesthetically) pleasing headphone.
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For their newest pair of headphones, Grado is doubling up the wood with a housing crafted from a combination of maple and mahogany. The materials are a favorite of audio manufacturers and it only made perfect sense for Grado to use the woods in their latest model. Not only does it look good, but it also delivers a big soundstage with deep lows and a wide sound profile. Alongside the new enclosures, the headphones also feature big 50mm drivers, 12 conductor ultra high purity copper cables, and replaceable ear cushions. 


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