March 16, 2021 § Leave a comment

Listening to one of my favorite test tracks, “Parce Mihi Domine” by Jan Garbarek, the GT 220s amaze out of the box with their clarity in the upper mid to high range. Although the GT 220s do lean lower on the octave (in terms of reproduction) on my first few tests, I found the upper midrange to actually come through. When the horns came in, the headphones were able to hit well into the 5-7 KH range and remained stable through the duration. The background was mostly quiet albeit the slight noise emanating from the GT 220s amplifier was audible at times. Soundstage isn’t the forte of the GT 220s compared to the rest of Grado’s iconic lineup, but considering this is the smallest driver size they have perhaps ever worked with, in a closed earphone, it was to be expected.

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