Summary: Let me start off by saying these are great headphones. I have compared them to headphones 100$ higher and find them to be much better. This is a bit biased do to my preferences but i found them slightly better then the sony xb500. Everything is great about these from the moment you put them on. The soundstaging is really impressive for 30$ iems and the bass has reasonable punch and quality. The treble is a bit lacking however. The midrange is average.
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.
This was my first pair of 'better' headphones than the normal stock headphones delivered with my HTC One X.
When unpacked I was already enthusiastic about the...
Excerpt: "...time. I bought the SoundMAGIC E10 earphones after reading an article online comparing different brands of in-ear earphones, the one quote that swayed me was from a singer (I can't remember who now!!) who said they had been best for him even though they were much cheaper than the ones he had been using previously. £30 a pair isn't cheap for the rest of us (how the other half live!) but I trusted the article enough to order myself a pair as I'd broken ...
Pros: The sound quality is a bit better, very comfortable to wear
SoundMAGIC E10M In-Ear Sound Isolating Earphones with Apple Compatible Remote & Mic
Neil, Advance MP3 players
13 April 2013
Summary: Sounded fantastic on my iPad2 - in my view even better than the reviews on here led me to believe !
However....the buttons on the headphones did not work at all when connected to my iPod Nano, and the sound was muffled.
When connected to my Android 'phone, not only was the sound awful, but the 'phone did not even recognise that headphones had been connected and therefore the phone speaker was still playing in addition to sound coming from the headphones !