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
Summary: Sound is very clear - I normally have my volume on my iplayer turned down so I can hear background noises such as train public announcements. The wires between plug and phones is covered in a type of plastic covering giving it more strength from snags and twisting. Unfortunately for my ears the ear plugs are a little large making them a tad bit uncomfortable when I first put them in my ears. I soon forget though as they are secure and do not move around.
Summary: The SoundMagic E10s are good; a step up from my previous budget ear buds, and seem well made and relatively robust - at least they are still going strong after a couple of weeks. The seal is good in the ear and they are comfortable to wear for long periods. The sound is very good for the price, with clear bass and detail that my previous headphones just weren't up to.
Summary: I needed a spare pair of earphones to carry around. These had good reviews and I've had no problem with them. They have a very good sound range with my iphone and have held up well to being carried around over the last few weeks. The buds did not fit me very well but I already had some Comply foam tips to replace them with.
Good ear-phones, intensively used lasted for 19 months.
11 September 2013
Summary: A good pair of ear-phones. I think they sound good, worth the money. My last pair lasted 19 months of intensive use (carrying in pockets everywhere I went, 5+ hours of use a day), then one side stopped producing sound. At the level of use, whilst disappointing, I suppose I didn't expect them to last much longer. Previously both ear pods starting separating into two parts - I superglued them back and continued using them happily. 4 Stars.
Summary: Have went through countless earbuds over the last 5 years and these are easily the best (for the price) yet. The anti-tangle wire design is much appreciated and add a touch of quality to the overall design. Recommend.
Summary: This according to many of the expert reviews online is the best earphones you can get in the £40 range, so did it hold up this statement for me? I can categorically say no, although let me delve in to this a little more. So let's start off with the design of these earphones. In terms of colours you can get a few different options ranging from red and black, gold and black and the pair that I currently have which is silver and black.
Summary: The sound quality from these products is truly fantastic for such a low price, so much so that I reccommended that all my family get a pair. They did, and were equally impressed. Unfortunately, less than a year on, every single pair is broken. The issue seems to be that the wire becomes loose from the earphone itself, allowing the connections to become loose and breaking the earphone.