- Based on the SR125i
- Upgraded Drivers
- Adjustable Headband
- Foam Ear Cushions
- ULHPC Copper Voice Coil
- 8-Conductor Cable Design
- Gold-Plated 1/4" Plug
Grado SR225i Prestige Series Headphones
What does the i stand for in the new SR225i from Grado? Improved, that's what! Features are the same as the SR125i, new driver, cable and housing designs, but this headphone has an increased rear air flow, utilizes Grado's larger ear cushion and has closer matched drivers. Air flow is increased by 50% which is achieved through an improved rear metal screen. The use of closer matched drivers and the larger cushions results in an enlarged soundstage, while the improved rear screen frees the headphone from colorations.
The SR225i from Grado is a high-quality, open-air stereo headphone that's great for hi-fi applications. Based on the design of the SR125i, the SR225i is lightweight and rugged, with an adjustable headband and cushioned earcups for long-lasting comfort. An improved rear metal screen increases airflow, and the upgraded drivers are matched within 0.05dB to provide an enlarged soundstage and low coloration.
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 8-conductor connecting cord provides precise control over the upper and lower ranges of the frequency spectrum. In order to improve detail, the diaphragms are put through a "de-stressing" process. For open, natural sound that puts you right in the mix in comfort and style, look no further than the SR225i.
- Type: Dynamic, Open-Air, Supra-Aural
- Frequency Range: 20Hz - 22kHz
- Impedance: 32 Ohms
- Sensitivity: 98dB
- Connectors: 1/4" Stereo Plug
Grado Labs provides a warranty effective one year from the date of purchase.
Grado offers their warranty through authorized retailers like us, so forget about finding them on Amazon or eBay.
On a side note- Grado Headphones are truly masterful in their craftsmanship, plus their products or components have barely changed so they're able to service headphones they originally produced over 15 years ago. Translation: Grado's are a great investment for any audiophile.