Summary: These and the PL50 are terrible quality buds, I went through both of them in less than 8 months. Both times they failed they left me in an awkward position where I really needed earbuds for working. Thus I would rate these as highly undesirable as I prize reliability and quality most.
I would not waste your time with these..
They are exceptionally comfortable and light; when I wear them I sometimes forget they are in my ears. The quantity of accessories is more than enough, though the quality of which is not so. The tips seemed poorly made, and one of the bi-flanges even has some defect. I only found the olive-like foam tips to sit snuggly in the ear canals. Isolation is above average with those tips, but the sound would be darkened because of that.
Packaging is nice... great for display. Opening the flap in the front shows the frequency of these IEMs, but not representative of what you would hear. I think the package should make a good gift for your loved ones.
7 pairs of tips... amazing at the price I bought it... 37SGD (about 31USD). A pair of earhooks, which are very useful for keeping the IEMs at the back of the ear. Hard case which really protects the IEMs from damage.
Pros: Bass not too overpowering, great mids, amazing soundstage
In this review the Soundmagic PL 30 will be reviewed and compared to the Sony XB20EX. Both are around the 30 dollar mark.
Specs (according to Soundmagic)
100±3 dB at 1 KHz/mW
My initial impression of these earphones are the relative smallness of the earphones compared to the pictures of it.
Pros: Great Value Great Sound Quality Great Amount of Accessories Decent Build Quality
Cons: The Bass Knob is more of a Gimmick. The cable is flimsy. The clip is annoying. The tips dont fit well. Isolation using stock earbuds arent veru good.
Summary: The sound quality is fantastic and improves as they seem to wear in. Quality of the ear hooks has dropped since my previous pair and I resorted to using my old black ear hooks with these white earphones. Earhooks do work well for jogging, at least my original pair do Knobs on the side don't do anything noticable and one dropped off after a few months. Better if they were not there as they let in a bit of outside noise.
Good VFM - Weak highs, good enough bass, fantastic soundstage, poor fit longetivity, decent build
Milad Thaha, amazon.in
23 October 2014
Summary: Decent earphone for the price. Sounded terrible out of the box but after around 8-10 hours it radically changed. I compared it with the following other earphones I own : MEElectronics CC51, Brainwavz M4, Samson SR850 Reference, Roland RH-300, Panasonic HJE-355, Sennheiser HD180 and HD220. The highs are probably the weakest aspect of this phone. They really feel 'behind' the rest of the frequencies.