This Brooklyn-based audio company’s new Bluetooth headphones are easily the best way to spend $250

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  • Grado just released its first Bluetooth headphones in its 65 year career. They’re called the GW100s, and they cost $ 250. 
  • They retain the company’s trademark open-back design, which makes music sound incredibly clear and natural, like you’re listening to music through speakers. The downside is that sound leaks in and out, but not too much. 
  • I was extremely impressed at how great the GW100s sounded given their price. Music was clear and detailed, although a little treble heavy. Live music stood out in particular. 
  • My only complaint about these headphones is that they have a Micro USB port. You’ll want to keep these headphones for years, and most high-end tech is moving over to charging on USB-C.
  • If you have $ 250 and want an audiophile-worthy pair of headphones, Grado’s GW100s are your best bet.

For 65 years, Grado’s headphones have shared many of the same features: they’re all handmade in Brooklyn, have an open-back design, and use a thick, long cable. 

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