Grado Labs GW100 Wireless Headphones

Oct 16, 2018

Category: Tech

Instead of following the trend, audiophile champion Grado Labs took their time to build wireless headphones with the utmost care. Spending six decades perfecting their lucid sound, Grado Labs was never one to jump the gun. Now, it’s time for them to join the wireless world with their very first Bluetooth headphones.

The GW100 wireless headphones are built with Grado’s signature dynamic drivers, which are the same speakers used for their wired headphones. These wireless headphones have a 15-hour battery life, 10-meter working distance, and feature Bluetooth 42 with aptX support for CD-quality streaming. Also, according to Grado Labs, these are the world’s first open-back Bluetooth headphones. They have speaker housings and intervals designed with sound in mind, as they work together to reduce escaping sound by up to 60%. Patience is the key to quality work, but you don’t have to wait any longer because the GW100 is available now.

Purchase: $250

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