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Grado introduces a new trio of wooden headphones

The collection includes their "finest wooden headphone" to date.
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Grado Fall 18

Grado is introducing a new line of trio of wooden headphones with two new additions to their Heritage Series and one model that they're calling their finest wooden model to date, the GS3000e. The GS3000e is the first Statement Series headphone to use cocobolo wood in a large body housing and the company says it features some of the richest sound they've ever produced in a headphone. The GH4 model will feature Norweigan Pine in its construction and the new GH3 will be their first entry-level model which will use thinner cuts of wood, but still has Grado's signature drivers. 

From $325,

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