Grado  Lab Headphones


Grado is one of the oldest, family owned, companies in the Audio Industry.   For several decades they have been leaders in designing and engineering for high end audio. Besides their well known cartridges, Grado created a "vented diaphragm designed headphone" that incorporates a large air chamber. 
Grado Reference Headphones showcased at Custom Home Hi-Fi for Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point


Grado Lab's RS2e
Leave your candy-colored cans in the toy chest and try a pair of proper headphones. Grado RS2e are hand-crafted from select Mahogany tone-woods, like a fine musical instrument. 

Our exclusive Series E curing process enhances the natural properties of the wood to produce rich, full-bodied vocals in a light-weight form factor. Put on Brian Eno’s 'Another Green World', close you eyes and dream as if you’ll live forever.

This is the ultimate way to listen and experience music in a serious way


Grado Lab's SR325e

Grado's SR325e Headphones at Custom Home Hi-Fi serving Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point
The Top of the Range Prestige Series Headphone. The new SR325e has a new driver and cable design. The added mass from the metal housing minimizes transient distortions. 

With a new 8 conductor cable design you will notice superb control and stability of the upper and lower range of the frequency spectrum, with both supporting Grado's world renowned midrange. The SR325e will produce a sound that is pure Grado, with warm harmonic colors, rich full bodied vocals, excellent dynamics, and an ultra-smooth top end.

A great way to end the day - sit back and let music flow directly to you




Grado Lab's SR125i
Grado headphones have a stellar reputation for exceptional audio quality; indeed, the finest sounding headphones I have ever had the pleasure to listen to were the company's flagship RS-2e model, but unfortunately their $695 price tag puts them out of reach of many home and project studio owners. 

Fortunately, Grado makes some more affordable alternatives, such as the SR125i headphones. Open back headphones, such as the Grado SR125i's, tend to offer a more open and natural sound. Their vented design allows for a less boxy and muddy sound quality, with less funny business in the bass response. 

They tend to work well as a mix reference headphone. However, they are not well suited for tracking, because some of the sound from the headphone will "bleed" out and be audible to any nearby microphones--or people.

Grado Lab's SR60e and SR80e
Grado Lab's 803 headphones. Showcased at Custom Home Hi-Fi
Everyone loves a thumping bass and kick-drum, but not at the expense of everything else. 
The Grado SR60e is your entry to the world of full spectrum audio. You'll actually hear notes you never knew were there. Perhaps your audiophile friends have fueled a desire for the legendary Grado sound but you thought it was out of reach. 

The SR80e is a step up. Whether you're into gaming or jamming, our perfectly proportioned soundstage delivers the midrange you love and the details you crave. The 4-conductor cable and gold-plated mini-plug bring the sparkle back to your audio or gaming system, tablet or phone. The only distortion you'll hear will be from your stomp box.

Try a pair of our affordable open-back headphones and experience fuller, more realistic sound. Club-footed imports can't match the sonic enlightenment from Brooklyn, USA.

Grado Lab's GR10
Grado In-ear phones showcased at Custom Home Hi-Fi for Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and High Point
Grado's iGi came about by the urging of the youngest Grado generation for an in-ear headphone experience with quality that rivals the regular headphones. 
A higher level of precision and new materials allows for the performance of the GR10 to add frequency extension in both the high and low ranges as well as reducing distortion.