Grwat earphones doesnt excel at anything but good everything
john Houstan, Amazon
30 January 2015
Summary: Vsonic vsd3s vs e30 ●e30 has worse sound quality but has a lot better build quality. E30 string is thin but it feels sturdy xiaomi piston vs e30 ●xisomi a lot more clarity but lacks bass compated e30 build wuality I would say equal maybe a lil better with piston shure se215 vs e30 ●im aafraid...
Summary: Very well build and comfortable in the ear. The sturdy plastic-like coating on the wires provide a comfort factor when handling these earphones. Also very happy with the additional ear clip that came in package. Allows me to use it with other ear phones as well.
Summary: Ordered a pair of these to compare with the E10s I also use. The fit is much tricker to get right, I've found that none of the rubber tips included provide a satisfactory seal. I've now fitted Comply T-400 tips and the earphones are now perfect.
Summary: I've tried lots of different in ear headphones (Denon, Sennheiser, Sony etc) and the Sound Magic are the best. Have to make sure you use the correct buds though for your ears. They make a huge difference.
Summary: I've tried a lot of headphones, and these are the only one's I've ever had which genuinely do not fall out. 4* because the bass is a bit weak. If I had a better mp3 player I'd be able to alter the EQ, but sadly smart phones don't seem to have this feature, or they've hidden it really really well.
Summary: I play drums for a Church band shut away in a booth so in ear headphones are essential for me to hear a good mix. I used SoundMAGIC PL50's for 5 years and they were superb, then they inevitably broke so decided to go for these as they seemed to be a slight improvement on paper.