Grado fans now have a new place to find their favorite headphones and accessories.
Yesterday, 4OurEars.com, the official online showcase for Grado products, unveiled a refreshed web property. The new site is dedicated to not only Grado Headphones and Phono Cartridges but third-party electronics (and accessories) as well.
Besides the new design, navigation, and artwork, the newly-developed 4OurEars.com also features a unique Custom Shop where you can personalize selected Grado Headphone models. Web exclusive Stands and Cases are also available for purchase.
To take a look at the new home for Grado Headphones, head over to https://4ourears.com/. For more pics and info, read on for the press release.
The Following Press Release is courtesy of 4OurEars.com
October 23rd, New York.
4OurEars.com today launches a new look online store following a surge in demand for key Grado headphones and turntable cartridges in 2020. Following the October launch of the landmark true wireless headphone GT220 and The Hemp Headphone, Grado goes from strength to strength as music matters more to everyone in the challenging times of 2020.
Grado Labs was founded by Joseph Grado in 1953. The former watch maker began hand-making phono cartridges on his kitchen table, above the family’s Brooklyn fruit store. The inventor of the moving-coil phono cartridge, Joseph Grado has been inducted into the Audio Hall Of Fame.
Over the years Grado Labs has become famous for their remarkable headphone and phono cartridge designs. The company is still family owned, and operates out of the same Brooklyn building where they started.
Exclusive to the store is the Custom Shop which allows fans and brands to buy personalized, hand made versions of popular Grado headphones alongside boxes and stands available only through the store.
4OurEars also sells Technics turntables, audiophile personal music players from Astell & Kern and headphone amps from Schiit Audio.
I’m an audio writer who started as a young audio salesman/consumer electronics professional back in the late 90s. That’s where I discovered the magic of 2-Channel sound. My thirst for great sound has led me on a delightful music quest that continues today.