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  • Unique, all metal earphone construction
  • Powerful bass balanced with superb musical detail
  • Frequency range: 15Hz~22KHz
  • Driver: Dynamics 10mm Neodymium Driver
  • Sensitivity: 100±2dB at 1KHz/mW
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Dimensions 0.79 inches x 47.24 inches x 0.39 inches 0.79 inches x 47.24 inches x 0.39 inches 1.5 inches x 12 inches x 7 inches 0.79 inches x 47.24 inches x 0.39 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 47.2 x 0.4 x 0.8 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005HP3OB0
  • Item model number: E10-SVBK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (453 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 25, 2011

Product Description

The SoundMAGIC E10 sound isolating in-ear headphones combine trendy style and fun sound signature to deliver what today's music listeners are looking for. It is constructed with two-tone metal ear piece bodies and low profile metal hardware, with a modern design and finish for a premium appearance. The tangle-free cable and included wire clip ensures that the E10 are easy to wear and use. The E10 not only looks more expensive than it costs, it also sounds that way. Reviewers are impressed by its dynamic and powerful sound, a perfect match with the energetic nature of today's popular music. Especially notable is its enhanced bass output, which extends deep with enhanced punch and impact. Even with a "fun sound", the E10 does not disappoint in terms of clarity and sound stage, rendering the music in a realistic manner.

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Very durable, good quality of sound.
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Best Bang For Your Buck ... Will Buy ....Again..
Steven
Good punchy bass and clear mid's and highs.
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100 of 109 people found the following review helpful By mellymelsr on November 16, 2011
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I am very picky about my music and how I want it to sound. I currently have 4 pairs of earbuds that I use for different reasons. I have the Sennheiser CX 300's, CX 400's and CX 500's and a pair of Klipsch s4's. My favorites were the S4's for there clarity, smooth bass, crisp highs and comfortable fit. I purchased the Soundmagic e10's because my CX 400's were getting old and I needed a new pair of workout headphones. I had done some research and the e10's received excellent reviews. When I received them I was expecting a good sounding pair of headphones, what I got was an excellent pair of audiophile quality headphones. I never suspected these little unassuming headphones would sound this good! They have replace my S4's as my favorite headphones. They were an absolute steal for $34 and I am buying 2 more pair to have as spares. The best way to describe the sound is like this...imagine you are ariving at a live concert and you are just outside as the band starts to play, the music sounds good to your ears and is loud and clear...and then you open the door and greated by the most magical of sounds as the music sounds better than you could have imagined...this is how the e10's make me feel compared to my S4's, and the S4's are great. The e10's are just that much better.
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72 of 80 people found the following review helpful By G. Sanchez on April 4, 2013
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This is my first online purchase of hundreds to persuade me to sit down and type out a review. I wish I would have found these before paying $180 for the VSonic GR07, THAT'S how good these are! Don't get me wrong, the VSonics are still fantastic earphones, but when speaking in terms of sheer VALUE, nothing beats the SoundMAGIC E10s.

I own over a dozen mid-fi headphones which are classified as audiophile grade, the majority ranging in price from $90-$300... That being said, these are pure 100% KING.

The sound signature is very comparable to my MUCH more expensive V-MODA Crossfade M-100 but in a sweet little $35 package. I don't know how they did it.

If you are currently looking at the ultra popular Klipsch IMAGE S4 (coming from someone who has owned his S4s for 2 1/2 years) DO yourself a favor and skip those for these.

Compared to the S4s, there is MUCH more detail. They are extremely will balanced and everything comes through crystal clear. I used to think the S4s sounded great until I got these in about a week ago. Now the S4s seem a bit on the muddy side. The bass is the absolute most impressive I've ever heard in a pair of earphones. Vocals, highs, instrument separation, they're all fantastic. They are highly regarded in the hifi community, even winning a Whathifi.com award for best earphones.

As for the build quality, the cable is the most impressive.
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By CM-327 on April 27, 2012
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I bought these headphones because I had read reviews on Head-fi and ABI that raved about them. I'm not a hard-core audiophile but I do enjoy good quality sound and am a huge music lover so I'm kind of picky about headphones. When I saw so many true audiophiles across the web raving about these $35 headphones, I figured I had to give them a try.

The sound is incredibly rich and crisp and these sound like a pair of headphones that could have easily have cost $80. I will say that I was a little unimpressed with these when I first tried them with the included silicone tips...they just didn't give a very good seal and the bass was lacking. Then I decided to spring for some Comply foam tips and I was blown away by the difference they made. The better seal provided by these tips allowed the e10s to really come to life and the bass sounded incredible. It's a warm, controlled bass that still allows the mids and highs to come through clearly and the overall sound signature is very pleasing to the ears and seems to suit any type of music.

The build quality is pretty good on these although I wouldn't be too rough with the cord (this is true with almost any headphones though). I like the metal finish and the overall look...very clean and sophisticated. My only complaint in the looks department is that they stamped the "Made in China" right on the housing for the plug. I have no problem at all with these being made in China...I just don't think the country of origin stamp looks good right on the plug like that. Otherwise these look and sound great.

In conclusion, you're definitely going to be pleasantly surprised by these and for the low asking price, you really can't go wrong.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By W. Piper on December 13, 2013
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Other earbuds I own include Skullcandy Ink'd, shure e3c, TDK BA-200, some Altec Lansing buds, and a few others I can't remember. I also own ATH-M50 and HD518 full size headphones.

These earbuds are fantastic for the price, bested in SQ only by my BA-200s in the IEM/earbud formfactor. They do however require a break-in. When I first got them I was a little disappointed due to significant sibilance and slightly muted bass. After listening for a while, I set them to play my library at a slightly above normal listening volume and left them for 48hrs.

When I gave them another listen, they had changed significantly. The sibilance died down significantly, though there is still a tiny bit there. The bass livened up and smoothed out. They just plain sounded better. This wasn't just me getting used to them either, as I hadn't listened to them more than 10 minutes, two days ago.

Bass - These aren't going to blow you away with quantity, but they do deliver plenty of smooth, fast, quality bass. The bass range seems nicely balanced, not peaky, and goes pretty low. On a few songs it does begin to break up in the bottom octaves, but this is pretty much isolated to high-volume hip-hop/rap. I.e. on Plies F@#$in or What the sweeping bass drop distorts and the vocals start to break up as well. This is mostly an isolated problem however, not one to be too worried about.

Mids - Vocals, guitars etc sound great on these. Very smooth and present. Separation is quite good as well. Soundstage is decent. Not mind-blowing, but pretty good for 'buds.

Highs - Highs are quite good, with good extension and balance. These sound lively without being harsh or overly bright. There is some occasional sibilance though.
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