Excerpt: For the money I was surprised by the sound. Now Audio has been my main hobby for years. I have a seven thousand speaker surround system. I have a Stax earspeaker system with outboard Class A amp. $1000 new in 1987. I have an audio-technica ATH-A900X ART MONITOR headphones, etc. I telling you these sound very good to me.
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. The intention to purchase an IEM that was like Senn Precision 300-II was to have a pair of headphones that are just fun to listen to.
I did not expect analytical sound from these.
Pros: Good looking build, Better overall sound stage, Great bang for the buck
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? Let’s find out…
Soundmagic seems to have phased out the hard case they used to include and instead offer a pleather pouch with drawstring.
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. They have awesome bass and really good mids, however highs are just better than normal to me.
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. I decided to spend just a touch more on a pair of IEMs that everyone on the internet seemed to really enjoy. I was glad I did. The Soundmagic E10 has now become the IEM I use on a daily basis. I am very glad I picked them up.
Pros: Great Soundstage, Attractive Appearance, Great Sound, Good Packaging and "Goodies".
Cons: Some Design Gripes, Static Interference, SLIGHT Driver Flex.
Summary: IN short I was disappointed with a pair of in-ears I bought a year ago that I paid four times the price of these - I went with a brand I thought I knew and wasn't that impressed. I went on the strength of the reviews of these E10s and I am massively impressed - I don't understand the other negative reviews here that say these headphones lack bass... I would say as an experienced musician and professional music journalist that the E10s have tons of bass!
Summary: I've always had shure in-ear headphones in the past (some costing well over £150) and these compare very well with those. The cables are thinner but the sound most definitely isn't. I use them predominantly underneath a crash helmet when I'm riding and these are just as comfortable (if not more so) than the shures. If anything they're far easier to insert and get a good seal.
Summary: I bought these to replace a pair of audio technical earbuds..sound is good with everything even classical..isolate well..i haven't noticed any lispy s's.well built probably won't snag easy(fingers crossed)!
Summary: I picked these up from the Bromley store recently and am absolutely delighted so far with the quality. The sound is much better than any of my previous earphones (including CX300s). I'm not sure about the technicals, but they produce a very warm sound and nice punchy bass. The wire feels a bit weird, but doesn't seems to tangle that much which is nice. And you get loads of tips to fit all ears, a case and a handy clip.