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le casque intra-auriculaire grado igi est le fruit d'innombrables heures de travail : il propose ainsi une sonorité audiophile, à un prix encore jamais vu. pour ce faire, il embarque des transducteurs dynamiques (20hz-20khz), une sensibilité élevée (105db), et un poids de seulement 9 grammes.
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Unlike the open-air Grados, these are Chinese made, and when you get them, the sound is harsh - sibilant to be precise. The break-in is a requirement, and getting to the "other side" is like getting your favorite meal after a long fast. :)
Like all Grados, they sound nice. Rich. Smooth. Detailed. The sound stage is a bit "in your head" but still more open than most inexpensive in-ear designs.
I had to use a trick, too. My ear canals are larger than the tips that were provided, so I dug out a pair of the tips that fit in my ears from my Shure E2s. No comparison with Grado's supplied tips. No seal, no deal. FWIW, nobody does tips better than Shure and I've transformed other headsets from "cruddy" to "serviceable" (or better) using this technique.
I use these Grados primarily while being active - walking dogs, cutting grass, working outside, etc... They block out noise fairly well, and fit inside protective ear muffs. They are really light and comfortable. They do not scream with white cords, or some famous brand names designed for looks and not sound. When travelling, I keep them in a small headphone case in my bag so they are handy when I want to hear some great sound. As others mention - the cord is not substantial - *use with care*.
These are the best sounding and wearing that I've found for the price. I highly recommend them. Break-in as directed. Make sure they fit snugly. 5 star sound and comfort when the tips fit. Take one away for the hassle of finding the tips and the light cord.
For less than $200, you can get a set of SR-60s or 80s for the open-air experience, a set of iGis for the noisier environments you may want to isolate yourself from, and have headphones that deliver exceptional sound quality and great comfort. Budget another 10% if you need to find the Shure tips and a case for keeping the iGis in.
I was looking for a relatively modestly-priced in-ear headphone that would give me a little stronger mid and high end responses than the V-Modas (while keeping the strong bass response) and a little more sound isolation than the SR125s. (I also prefer to use ear-buds as opposed to headphones for comfort reasons). As you may be able to tell from these products, I like getting my money's worth from the my listening devices, although sound quality is my greatest consideration when making my final choice.
When I first got the Grado "Iggys", I knew it would need some breaking in after reading some of the other reviews and from my own personal experiences with the SR125s. After the indicated 100 hours of break-in play, I began enjoying these in-ear headphones... As stated by other reviewers, the sound does start out a little "rough," especially in the highs (even after the 100 hours of breaking in). However, after a little under two-months of blissful sounds from these headphones, I have noticed that they have "settled in" and I can now really appreciate their excellent, clear sound qualities... The balance is just perfect for me and I believe that the sound has gotten a little louder at a given volume - at least that's what it seems like to me.
I would say that, at the moment, the sound quality is on par with my older Grado SR-125 headphones that I really enjoy, but cost almost twice as much. The bass on the "Iggys" is also much "tighter" than on the V-Modas (More of a "thump" than a "boom"), and it's presence is definitely there. Just for your information, I listen to all kinds of music... My Gypsy Kings Roots CD really comes in great and I also study/read a lot using Music for Learning (ABT) Music for Learning, which is why I wanted a little better noise isolation.
Just some other notes... The quality of the music recordings you listen to will also make a big difference. On straight CDs, the "Iggy" headphones are superb. With other downloaded/duplicated recordings, you will hear deterioration, especially with MP3s. I have used the supplied rubber earpieces that came on the ear-buds and have not yet experimented with the others that were supplied... As far as noise isolation, the ear-buds do not block out noise completely - But it will drown out nearby conversations...
The volume level needed to hear recordings with the "Iggys" is way less than that needed to drive the the Headphones, and the same as that needed for the V-Moda ear-buds, which is another reason I preferred ear-buds to headphones.
All in all, the Grado "Iggys" has met my expectations and I am more than satisfied with this purchase.
Update: 12-16-2012 :
I'm still loving these ear-buds! (I think the price even came down a few dollars!) After using these last night to listen to some seldom played Christmas CDs and appreciating the sound quality, I just felt compelled to give this update (This is the first time that I've ever given one). Note: I know some people have been very critical of the wires leading to the earpieces... I have been really careful with mine and, after 2 years of using these ear-buds (almost exclusively), I have had no problems. (Remember, I originally bought these to use as part of a quality portable listening device, with as much audiophile-like quality as possible, at an affordable price - not to take jogging with me!) I think (again, I'm not an audiophile) that GRADO has done a great job of providing this and that these actually get better with regular use - it certainly sounds this way to me.