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PS 1000 LE

PS 1000 LE

Final Sale A Brilliant Soundstage Chrome is back in style. Hear the space between instruments with the unique soundstage of the PS1000/2 LE. This is only possible when our large...

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Final Sale

A Brilliant Soundstage

Chrome is back in style. Hear the space between instruments with the unique soundstage of the PS1000/2 LE. This is only possible when our large cushions, new 52mm driver, 12-conductor cable, and large housing work in unison. This is the most detail a Grado headphone has ever delivered from your music to your ears.

The PS1000/2 LE is what a PS2000x would be, but is built using a PS1000 housing.

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  • Transducer Type: Dynamic
  • Operating Principle: Open Air
  • Frequency Response: 4 - 51,000 hz
  • SPL 1mW: 99.8 dB
  • Nominal Impedance: 38ohms
  • Driver Matched dB: .05 dB
  • G cushions

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Wolfram S.
My most complete Grado

While from a purely optical standpoint I'd have preferred some PS2000 shells to surface, the shiny PS1000 shells are definitely catching some attention.
Sonically I'd call these my most complete Grado set. Plus its the first one that works really well with electronic deep bass, beating both the GS3000x (which I guess it shares drivers with) and my beloved GH2. Mids and treble are well balanced, with a bit less of that immediate feeling the GS3000x offers, but still giving a wide stage with pinpoint accuracy in positioning. Overall more even and balanced though.
The cable is quite different from my GS3000x. Seems to also sport 12 strands, but in less diameter and feeling stiffer while the outer sheeting is much nicer to touch, softer. The cable on my GS3000x is more pliable after carefully kneading it for some time.
I also own a PS500x and just love those small series experimentation models with the small imperfections (on my PS2000x -- how I like to call them -- the printing on one shell is too near the center hole).
Overall a lovely addition to my small collection. Looking forward to many hours of musical enjoyment -- thank you for doing this!

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Andrew
A classic.

Rich and full, right out of the box with refreshingly little need for break-in. Powerful, specific, a thing of grandeur without bombast. In case that isn't clear, I like it a lot.

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