Whether this spring break means a week of travel or relaxing at home, we can help you enjoy your time off.
If you are headed to a beach, or maybe even trying to hit some slopes before they melt, think about how you will keep yourself occupied during travel.
ALL ABOUT THE BLUETOOTH
We offer a variety of wireless headphones that are perfect for watching movies and TV shows during a flight, in the backseat of a vehicle or wherever you need it.
Bowers and Wilkins provides top of the line audio quality and compacts it into a pair of bluetooth headphones. Do not worry about recharging them in the car or on the plane, unless you plan to travel for more than 17 hours!
Its aptx Bluetooth technology ensures a consistent sound experience no matter what device is feeding it (laptop, tablet, or phone).
Finally, it offers a subtle and almost hidden way to play, pause, skip tracks and even take calls as you wish.
SHARE YOUR spring break GROOVES WITH THE WORLD
Once you get to your spring break destination, even if it is home sweet home, don’t let sitting outside stop you from grooving to your favorite music.
Klipsch puts 70 years of American Audio Techonology into its Groove Bluetooth speaker. The Groove provides room filling sound that fits in the palm of your hand. Enjoy the sounds for an entire eight-hour battery life and don’t worry about any spills ruining a good time. The Klipsch Groove is splash resistant.
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These are only a small portion of what you can try out in our showroom. Let our experts get you ready for that much needed week off coming up.
The wires are gone, but the great sound remains!
Bowers & Wilkins, an industry leader for innovative audio, has recently introduced a new wireless headphone- the P7 Wireless! This headphone boasts the same excellent performance as their award winning P7, but in the convenience of wireless!
Not only is the P7 wireless headphone comfortable with its memory foam cushioned over-ear pads, but it also has aptX Bluetooth technology which delivers sound so good you would think you were listening to one of their reference loudspeakers! Better yet, you won’t have to fuss to get things going; connect to your favorite device in just seconds!
One of the greatest benefits to a wireless headphone is its ability to move with you. With this in mind, Bowers & Wilkins built the P7 wireless with a folding design and secure carry case so you can enjoy their great sound on the go.
Do we have you convinced you need them yet? Don’t just take our word for it. Stop in to Classic Stereo and hear them first hand. We promise, you won’t regret it!
In our last post, we explored the difference a great set of headphones can make. I can say from personal experience that good headphones (combined with quality audio files) can completely change the way you listen to music.
Bowers & Wilkins P7 headphones, for example, are a revelation in audio. But at $399, these aren’t exactly entry-level headphones. The P7s are also a pretty big purchase for someone who, say, is newly venturing into hi-fi, or who hasn’t learned to clean their own bathroom yet (teens: I’m looking at you).
So what can you get if you’re a music lover who wants great audio but isn’t yet ready for a big investment?
Enter: Grado Labs.
The Classic team recently got in a much-anticipated order of the new “e” Prestige Series headphones, made by Grado Labs, a family-run, Brooklyn-based company since 1953. The story of the Grado company is itself fascinating, but what’s even more interesting is the quality and pricing of their third generation Prestige headphones.
Marketed as “moderately priced” headphones that offer superior sound quality, Grado’s new Prestige series does not disappoint the ears OR the wallet.
Grado SR80e retails at $99.
John, Bill, and Jim have been raving about Grado for months, so when I heard the new headphones were in, I headed over to take them for a test drive – and to hold them up against our gold standard: Bowers & Wilkins’ P7. So I pulled up my Spotify app and slapped on the SR125e.
I was floored. Not only did I forget I was wearing the Grados (you’d think the foam ears would be itchy, but they’re not – they feel like clouds), but I could barely tell the difference in sound quality between the SR125e and the P7. Sure, the P7’s full ear enclosures provided better sound isolation, and perhaps they have a bit more balanced sound, but at nearly 1/3 the price, you can’t do better than the Grado SR125e.
And it wasn’t just me. Jim also tested the Grado SR125 against the P7, with very similar results (despite the differences between our James Taylor and Meghan Trainor playlists).
Grado SR125e retails at $150.
Grado’s Prestige headphones, like all their headphones, use an open-air operating principle. Comfy foam ear pads and a throwback design give the headphones a vintage feel, and the headband is easily adjusted.
One thing that stands out about Grado’s Prestige headphones is the exceptionally thick cord. As audiophiles know, every touchpoint in an audio system matters, and the quality of the wiring transmitting sound has a serious impact on the final audio quality. The cords on Grado’s headphones are serious about delivering the best sound quality, and while this makes the cords a bit bulkier than you’d find on other models, it also helps to make Grado’s headphones the best value on the market.