Replacement cushions fit all Grado headphones. The Grado soft pads are the stock replacement pads for the SR 60 and SR 80 models. The Grado Lab 'Soft' [S-CUSH] earpads are praised by all who love the Grado headphone sound but have been forced to cut short listening time due to worn pads or itchy ears. These cushions make a small difference in the feel of your Grado headphones due to the SLIGHTLY softer grade of mesh foam used. If you love your Grados but dislike the harder-texture 'bowl' L-Cush earpads (found stock on the Grado SR125, SR225, SR325, RS1, RS2 models), you can replace with this one to enjoy nicer listening.NOTE: Grado S-CUSH pads do not have the hole-in-the-center 'donut' design like the slightly larger 'bowl' Grado Labs earpads [L-CUSH]; The L-CUSH is a thicker cushion and tends to smooth out the sound slightly. However, you can address this by cutting out the center of the S-CUSH and -- shazaam! -- you get comfy earpads plus audiophile listening pleasure. Aah, the world of 'D.I.Y.' headphone mods.Sorry, no Grado Labs product shipping allowed outside USA due to manufacturer restrictions!
- Found 'stock' on Grado SR60, but fits ANY Grado 'SR' or 'RS' model headphone!
- Sold in paired sets only
- Dark grey porous foam material
- Accessory type: Headphone Replacement Parts
What's In The Box:
- 1 pair - Grado 'Soft' S-CUSH earpad replacements
Grado Lab's comfy 'Soft' [S-CUSH] earpads are widely praised by everyone who loves the Grado headphone sound but has had to cut their listening hours short because of itchy ears. The Grado soft pads are the stock replacement pads for the SR 60 and SR 80 models. These softer earpads make a pleasant difference in the feel of your Grado headphones due to the just SLIGHTLY softer grade of foam meshing used. If you love your Grado's but dislike the harder-texture 'bowl' earpads found stock on the Grado SR 125 / SR 225 / SR 325 / RS1 / RS2 models, you easily replace them with this earpad variety and enjoy longer, more pleasant Grado listening sessions! One thing to point about these earpads is that they don't have the hole-in-the-center 'donut' design like the larger 'bowl' type Grado Labs earpads. This difference in construction might tend to attenuate a bit of sonic detail for some listeners. However, you can address this problem by cutting out the center yourself and -- shazaam! -- you get comfy earpads plus well-detailed audiophile listening pleasure.