Summary: Before I start, I'd like to let you know that this is my first review on head-fi and that I am not actually an audiophile, so this review is from a 'normal consumer' perspective.
Thereby I am Dutch, so there could be some grammar flaws throughout this review, excuse me for that.
Summary: Having been used to JVC HA-FX51Cs, which lasted quite well for me (I go through IEMs every year or two either through loss/breakage), these feel a little plasticy and aren't _quite_ as solidly held in my ear but don't come out any easier than most others (but minor difference point).
Pros: Engaging bass without being tiresome, ok fit
Cons: unsure on build quality, not as much detail as some others in <£30 price range
Summary: Because i am wearing helmet when biking and longboarding i cant use my trusted Sennheiser PX100 on those kind of activity i went in ear.
i didnt´t want to spend much, max 100 euros, because i do my serious listening mainly in my home and to be honest, didn´t think that
you can have proper sound from...
Summary: I have been on a noble quest to find the best budget IEM for many years now. I realized that in the under $15 category many of these IEMs have crippling issues such as bad build quality or terrible comfort even if they may sound good.
Pros: Great Soundstage, Attractive Appearance, Great Sound, Good Packaging and "Goodies".
Cons: Some Design Gripes, Static Interference, SLIGHT Driver Flex.
Summary: Hello, I own these headphones for over a month now after changing them over my panasonic hje rpe 140.
first of all, they have really good sound quality. They have beaten my panasonic hje rpe 140 like nothing and they even vere better than sennheiser hd 205 which are 2 times more expensive.
Summary: If you bear in mind how these are typically going to be used and the price point they are at, these are really good. The bass is a bit big and bouncy and the overall clarity is not as good as some other in ear headphones.
Pros: Great sound quality, build quality, plenty of ear fit options included
Summary: SoundMAGIC E10
Soundmagic is building up quite a reputation for budget-fi products. Their latest entry into the fray is the E10. It is a barrel styled dynamic driver offering at just $35. Is it a giant killer? How good can a $35 phone be?
Summary: First of all, I'd like to thank 'H20Fidelity' who recommended this IEM to me. I was not sure whether to go for this brand as i did not hear of it before. but thought of givin' them a try. Got it under 40USD. I had Sennheiser Precision 300-II before these and I liked them.
Pros: Good looking build, Better overall sound stage, Great bang for the buck
Summary: They have been updated...
old model had bad build quality and fell apart on me and then broke within a year :(
Sound is basically just a crappy sounding version of the ath m50 (this is not a bad thing)
it has more mid bass but it bleeds into the spectrum...
Summary: The review below is for the E10M but the E10 is exactly identical, bar the extra mic. So lets begin.
Mine came in a nice little box with plenty of tips. I tried swapping out the stock ones with each one of them.
Pros: Sound changes for better after burn in, Nice treble, forward mids, airy, great speed and timing, instruments have character
Cons: build quality, bass could have been bit better.