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 inear monitors, unless you spend big bucks for it.
Well let me tell you: i was wrong.
Sound of these little fellows are very pleasant indeed.
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). I worry about the points where the cable enters the ; and that unflexible cable really does want to stay how it was in the box it came in!
Pros: Engaging bass without being tiresome, ok fit
Cons: unsure on build quality, not as much detail as some others in <£30 price range
Excerpt: Sound Magic E10 are a nice set of headphones with decent quality and good sound for the price.<br /><br />Bass is good, but not overwhelming. Amplification of Mid and High frequencies should have been more clear and crisp.<br /><br />Overall it is a good product and I am satisfied with my choice of Sound Magic E10.
Excerpt: Sound Magic E10 Headphones are a nice set of headphones with decent quality construction and good sound for price.<br /><br />Bass is good, but not overwhelming. Amplification of Mid and High frequencies should have been more crisp and clear. <br /><br />Overall it is a good product; I am satisfied with my choice of Sound Magic E10 Headphones.
Summary: This is a great product with one exception, when the headphones are plugged into the smartphone and there is an incoming call the smartphone rings externally, ie through the headphones and on the smartphone This is very frustrating when using headphones in a private, quiet location