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SoundMAGIC in-Ear Headphones with Mic, Wired Noise Isolating in-Ear Earbuds Powerful Bass HiFi Stereo Sport Eaephones (E11C, Gunmetal)
- 🎧 REFINED SOUND: Reworked 10mm dynamic drivers give the SoundMAGIC E11C a fresh, accurate, and mature sound. Expect a balanced profile, with fine detail underscored by comfortable, warm bass.
- 🎧 PERFECT FIT & EFFORTLESS CONTROL: Pair your SoundMAGIC E11C with any kind of smartphone. Enjoy a snug fit with the E11C's ergonomic design and multiple sizes of soft silicone eartips for an immersive experience. Its uniquely designed 3-button Microphone and remote can answer calls, switch tracks, and adjust volume. This E11C wired in ear headphones perfect for Sport, Running, Workout, Travel, Gym.
- 🎧 PRECISION CABLE: The E11C features a tangle-resistant silver-plated copper cable to deliver the best possible signal, ensuring no loss of quality as signal is converted to high resolution sound. SoundMAGIC's unique Hi-Fi cable is durable and rejects microphonic noise.
- 🎧 ENGINEERED HOUSING: High grade machined aluminium is hand painted to form the E11C's housing, matching a refined appearance with a tough and lightweight build.
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SoundMAGIC E11C Earphones
The Next Generation is Here
About the SoundMAGIC E11C
Taking the earphone experience to higher levels, SoundMAGIChave created the E11C isolating earphones evolved from the original sound of award-winning E10 earphones. Full aluminium construction, updated drivers and a high-resolution silver-plated audio cable make for a robust build and enhanced audio performance. The E11C version has also been equipped with SoundMAGIC's controls with automatic switching between Apple and Android smartphones for full communication ability.
Classic Looks. Revolutionary Sound
Equipped with an updated driver the SoundMAGIC E11C provide a more mature and sophisticated sound image with smoother high-frequency detailing and more textured low-frequency extension. The addition of a silver-plated copper cable make for enhanced signal transmission. This silver-plated copper cable also eliminates interference with a special pair shielding wire structure design.
- Founded in 2005 by acoustic design engineer Tony Xu.
- Design and produce products that aim to deliver performance beyond customer expectations.
- Continuously improving and updating products based on customer feedback.
- Innovating with the latest technology and best materials.
- Awards from reviewers at What Hi-Fi?, Stuff, T3, ExpertReviews, AVForums, TrustedReviews and more.
SoundMAGIC E11C Features
Providing refined and accurate sound from redesigned 10mm dynamic drivers, SoundMAGIC E11C delivers a balanced sound image with extended transparent detail and warm, textured bass.
Silver-Plated Copper Cable
To ensure the best signal transmission the E11C have been fitted with a high-quality silver-plated copper cable to effectively reduce the loss of signal quality and obtain high-resolution sound levels.
Comfortable Isolating Design
E11C combine ergonomic angled sound tubes with an in-ear fit that seals the ear canal totally with soft silicone eartips to provide a secure fit with total sound isolation and immersive listening.
Able to pair with any type of smartphone the SoundMAGIC E11C has been equipped with a unique technology in the 3-button control unit that switches automatically between Apple and Android smartphones for management of volume, track control and telephone calls.
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Reminds me of a smaller, in ear version of the SONY MDR-7506 over ear headphone. High praise, but this 9mm driver cannot outperform the 40mm driver over ear. The more modern tech reminds me of that headphone, so I classify the sound as 'old school'. And old school in this case is very, very good.
Build quality is excellent. Soundmagic sticks one of the headphones into the styrofoam holder, so it must be pushed out from the back as opposed to pulling on the wire.
In summation, Crystal clear, balanced sound with smooth bass, not sub-bass drop; a mix of dynamic and reference. Highly appealing to the most people, but not focused on the sound addicts.
Update: With a high quality Dac/Amp, these earphones are extraordinary. It took some break in, and I switched the source of my music output. These earphones sound like high quality over the ear headphones, with sub~bass drop. Bottom line is my music has come alive with seductive, accurate sounds. Very pleased at the improvement over the e10c, and I hope for long lasting durability.
However, the Bluetooth is garbage. These consistently have a ~2-second “hiccup” in the audio every single time I use them, where it just drops out for no apparent reason. It’s predictable, but also tolerable.
However, their fatal, unacceptable flaw is that bluetooth when on a phone call — perhaps THE main reason for using Bluetooth is the cable-free, hands-free functionality on a phone call — drops out EVERY. SINGLE. DAMN. TIME.
These will NOT EVER stay connected to a call. And, once it drops the call back to the handset, it will NOT reconnect until the phone is restarted and the headset has been plugged in (seemingly a kind of “reset” for them).
I’d love to hear from the manufacturer and receive a replacement unit to see if the issue is solved; at that point I will update my review and rating. As it stands, these aren’t worth buying. I’d rather go back to my corded earbuds.
- Excellent battery life (I’m getting 15+ hours of use)
- Solid noise isolation (not 100% cancellation, and you can’t toggle on/off, but fairly good at this price point)
- Lightweight, but sits well and doesn’t jostle
- Magnetic so the buds stay together when not wearing
- Easy controls
- Good call quality
- Good Bluetooth connectivity (distance and speed for connection)
- Multiple earbud tips for comfort choice (I found a size that worked great for me)
- Sound is a bit tinny (while this isn’t a dealbreaker for me, for some audiophiles, it may be)
- After charging, I lose my Bluetooth connection, requiring me to resync the device (don’t know if this is a user error or a design flaw)
- I cannot figure out how to switch between multiple connections, but it appears they do support multiple devices
Overall, after trying many different headsets, earbuds, and headphones, these are my favorite. Good price point, good quality, good product. I’d buy again.
I have been very pleased with the headphones so far! The earbuds are small, and light-weight, which makes them very comfortable in my ears, but they produce a surprisingly full sound when listening to music or videos on my new tablet. I was a little worried about the 90-degree elbow on the USB-C connector, but I have actually grown to like it. I bought a protective case for the tablet, and the headphones connector protrudes out enough that it it still fits into the USB jack with no problem through the cutout hole in the bottom of the case. The 90-degree bend actually helps with cord management, as the cord now runs parallel to the edge of the tablet, rather than sticking straight out into my lap or onto the work surface I may be using. Keeps the cord lower-profile.
I have not tried the microphone feature yet, or even the volume buttons on the cord, so can't give any insight there. But all in all I have been very happy with my purchase and highly recommend these as an excellent value.
UPDATE: I have had these headphones for about 6 months now, and I like them so much I just ordered my second pair. With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping me working from home since mid-March, I have been using the headphones quite regularly to participate in video conference calls in my temporary "office" downstairs in the dining room. I decided I needed to have one pair of headphones dedicated to teleworking downstairs, and a second pair in my bedroom upstairs for use with my tablet and laptop computer (mostly in the evenings). Sound quality on the original pair is still great, and they even went through the washing machine once in the pocket of my pajamas, with no apparent ill effects. Very impressed.
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The earphones come well packaged in a nice cut-foam insert, all feeling sensibly professional without being over the top. There are a couple of different sizes of spare ear tips, and a snazzy little carrying case. The red zip makes it look smarter than most of the half dozen of these I have lying around, and it feels like a little sturdier and more protective than some.
Fit and finish of the things is very slick. The housing of plug, splitter, volume control and earbuds is all shades of brushed aluminium, with logos and L/R markers seemingly laser etched on. The strain relief at the joins is all a smart looking clear plastic, and the cable itself feels robust. Apparently silver plated copper, for if you believe in cables, it seems like it would cope with a little bit of abuse, and didn’t tangle too easily. The overall feel is of an earphone built like an absolute tank, that could easily stand up to the abuse of day to day use, and look smart and slick while doing it.
Fit-wise, they... fit?... they don’t seem very sensitive to insertion depth or positioning, and with my reasonably small ears both the small and medium tips were comfortable, and I settled on the mediums as they stayed in the ears best. The housing is sensibly compact, and they settle pretty far into the ears, but I wouldn’t want to be wearing them to sleep with. Isolation is very reasonable; there is no sound leakage, and the vast majority of outside noise is cut out when playing music in a noisy environment.
I have been driving these mainly from a Fiio BTR1 dongle, as well as my unwieldy-yet-great-sounding Audioquest jitterbug/dragonfly black combo. They were perfectly happy being driven from the Fiio, although the dynamic driver did seem to like the extra power the dragonfly could supply.
For the sound, I would characterise these as pleasantly unsurprising. The frequency response is impressive, and tested on a signal generator were giving a strong sound out down to 35Hz. SoundMAGIC claim a frankly laughable 15Hz, which is frankly only sound if you are a blue whale, but for normal listening the bass extension is more than adequate. There is a good amount of bass, without it being overpowering and intrusive.
The high frequencies are pretty forward in their presentation, making these a livelier rather than relaxing listen, and this is pretty sensible for earphones that are likely to be an on-the-go listen, as this means the sound is less loss against background noise.
Midrange is solid and warm, without being over-lush and muddy, if it is a little less forward in presentation than the bass or highs.
Overall, I am very happy with these earphones. They look and feel great, and the sound is unremarkable in the best way, as they just sit out of the way and let the music through. A great choice in this price range.
However, in my opinion the sound is so tinny and flat that one would expect that the them to be the in the sub £15
price range. I bought them on the basis of a What Hi Fi review which gave them an award in 2016 for being the best in the sub £50 category !!!.
I have tried these earphones on numerous devices and the sound quality may be described as medocre at best.
My advice would be to avoid, save your money and look elsewhere.
By the way,I do'nt think that I am tone deaf, as I have another set of earphones from another manufacturer (although in a higher rice bracket) which are superb.
They look quite modern, so I think they wouldn't go amiss alongside formal attire
They aren't active cancellation, so just isolating, meaning they fit well and block sound, just like earbuds do. There's three sizes of rubber earpiece included.
They come with a really cool little zipcase. The sound quality is good and my first impressions are that I enjoy the sound so far, the mids and highs are there, the only thing, I do feel the bass is on the heavy side, almost too much so tht it overwhelms the balance a touch when you turn it up, it could become fatiguing at home, but out and about that's absolutely a plus. EQ can be adjusted to taste in one's phone settings in any case if one finds it is too much. I imagine it depends on the use scenario, some music is already very bass heavy, but where its not the case, these give a smooth enveloping sound. Classical piano was really well served by these in particular.
Apparently works for Apple and Android, I tested on Android, the buttons worked great for pausing and changing volume and answering and dropping calls. I thought the middle button would be hard to tell from the volumes as they are all under a rubber cover, but there's a small nipple to tell the middle, so it's perfect.
You can hear the bows pulling across the strings, the breathiness of a woodwind instrument, the hit of the hammer on a piano key or the fizz of guitar string on fret as well as hearing the sound of the note. The sound is sharp and clear.
They are not particularly bass-biased. I had to change the equalizer settings to produce a bit more bass.
They seem well constructed, the earbuds are in a metal housing and the cable is prone to NOT getting tangled. Hurrah! They are a comfortable fit with 3 types of spare buds, I'm sure I can't be the only person who wears different size buds in each ear and both are a comfortable fit.
I bought the inline option, so useful to be able turn up the volume (or down) without ferreting in my pocket or bag for the iPod. And I spend quite a bit of time upping the volume as these are not as loud as the previous pair of phones I was using.
I didn't want to spend a lot of money on phones which are going to get a lot of hammer so for the money these are ideal.
I was looking for an inexpensive set of In-Ear Monitors (IEM’s) to compliment my Pioneer XDP-100R which I use for listening to Hi-Res music with. I have been currently using the 1MORE quad-driver IEM’s which are nice and balanced so wanted something a bit more punchy in the bass region. I’ve heard only good things about these IEM’s through audiophile reviews so thought I’d give them a try.
The package contains the following contents:
1 x set of IEM’s
1 x zipped storage pouch
1 x set of small rubber tips
1 x set of large rubber tips
1 x set of “finned” rubber tips
The IEM’s are securely held in a piece of foam to avoid damage during transit and are fitted with a set of medium rubber tips. The zipped storage pouch has a small net inside where you can keep the IEM’s along with the spare tips, which are already sealed in a small, plastic zip bag.
As previously mentioned I listen to Hi-Res audio using a dedicated Digital Audio Player (DAP) and since this source is considered to be good quality it allows me to make a fair appraisal of the sound quality. Whilst I don’t claim to be an audiophile, I can appreciate a good set of headphones.
The 1MORE IEM’s I currently use are fairly balanced across the sound frequency range, the bass isn’t heavy and the treble isn’t overdone. You might consider them to be boring, but they have their place depending on what music you are using them to listen to. In comparison, I found the E11C’s to have a more pronounced bass, but not overdone, which made it more enjoyable to listen to some more bass heavy tracks such as “Flight to LAPD” from the Blade Runner 2049 soundtrack.
Male vocals come out pretty well, as heard during Frank Sinatra’s “One for my Baby” also from the Blade Runner 2049 sound track. I’d go as far as to say it was on par with the 1MORE IEM’s previously mentioned. It’s worth mentioning that the 1MORE IEM’s in question were bought for £155 back in January 2018 and I have spent over 200 hours listening with them. I think it’s easy to say that these <£50 IEM’s are fantastic value for money as they’re giving these 1MORE’s a run for their money!
As previously mentioned, there are different sized tips included which will fit the large majority of users. The rubber tips can be removed by reversing the skirt and pulling the tip away by holding the thicker rubber inside. Be careful if you’re pulling it off by holding the skirt as you may tear the rubber. I found the medium size to provide the best fit, however, I do not feel that it made an adequate seal. Secondly, I found that one side sealed slightly less than the other which is something I’ve not encountered before. I could still hear about 50% of outside noise when used in an office so if you intend to use these in a loud environment such as an office or on public transport, I would recommend looking for a different set of IEM’s.
The biggest flaw with these IEM’s has got to be the shape of the body. Once the IEM is securely fitted into my ear I could feel the end of the body (where the L or R is printed) against the antitragus of each ear (check a ear diagram to see where this is). After about 30 minutes of listening, the typical length of an album, I found the IEM’s to be painful on my ears and I would need to remove them. This is a deal breaker for me as at that point I won’t care how good the sound quality is if you can’t use them.
For the price, these are a good sounding pair of IEM’s but are majorly let down by comfort issues. The supplied rubber tips do not provide an adequate seal despite different sizes being provided. I wanted to like these but unfortunately I will have to return them due to the pain endured from such short use.
Der Kopfhörer klingt meines Erachtens hervorragend. Ich war von dem Klang etwas überrascht, da ich bei dem Preis die Befürchtung hatte, einfach nur ein Bassmonster zu bekommen. Nichts dergleichen.
Der E11C geht sehr tief runter und hat eine hörbare Bassanhebung, aber er macht das auf eine sehr angenehme Art und Weise. Ich hatte zu keiner Zeit den Eindruck, dass der Bass dominiert. Erstaunt war ich über die Klarheit bei der Wiedergabe. Bei einigen Musiktiteln, die ich schon sehr lange kenne, habe ich bisweilen Details gehört, die mir mein bisheriger In-Ear sozusagen verschwiegen hat. Alles in allem kann man den Klang als rund und ausgewogen bezeichnen mit einem hohen Spaßfaktor.
Die Verarbeitung erscheint mir sehr hochwertig und edel. Ebenfalls unerwartet bzw. kenne ich nichts vergleichbares für unter 50 Euro. Mikrofon und Fernbedienung funktionieren tadellos - auch Anrufe im Freien und auf der Straße waren kein Problem. Ich bin gespannt wie sich der E11C im Langzeittest schlägt, aber bis jetzt kann ich einfach nur überzeugte 5 Sterne geben.
I had the USB-C version. These earbuds are slightly unusual because the plug which goes into the phone is a right angle which can sit either way. This means the cable either feed out to the left or right, but not straight down. What I found is that this made it difficult to use the phone with the earphones insterted, as the plug got in the way of my hand. And, when you put your phone in a pocket you have to make sure the plug is the right way around so that the cable feeds through properly. This made them somewhat inconvenient in general use.
I also had issues with the inline volume controls. It was not easy to identify which button to press from the 3 buttons – up volume, play/pause, and down volume. In addition, double pressing the middle (play/pause) button did nothing, at least not on my Google Pixel 3.
Sound quality was reasonable, the buds seated nicely into my ear and the passive noise cancellation was good. I found the bass to be somewhat tinny and vocals lacked depth.
I decided not to keep the earphones due to the above issues.
ich möchte mich kurz vorstellen. Ich bin ein Audiophiler Hörer der auch bereits die lt. Fachpresse weltbesten Lautsprecher (oder eine der besten) und eine der weltbesten KH testen durfte (Sennheiser Orpheus).
So, ich bin ein sehr sehr anspruchsvoller Hörer und habe mir für meine Wohnung den AKG K702 samt eines Denon DA 300 USB gegönnt. Die AKGs sind unglaulich gut in den Höhen, der Neutralität, einfach unglaublich und waren lt. Fachpresse die besten KH bis 500,- und nun kommt das unglaubliche. Ich höre nur noch über den DAC mit den E11c. Wie Soundmagic das schafft ist mir schleierhaft. Das was ich bei den AKGs vermisste, den Bass, auch wenn er natürlich nicht komplett neutral ist, schaffen die Soundmagic. Sämtliche Musikrichtungen gelingen den Soundmagic unglaublich gut. Sei es ein Beat hotel von Allan Taylor, ein Sound of Silence oder was auch immer, zum Beispiel ein Apache Anthem, der Klang ist unglaublich gut.
Ich sitze hier oft mit runtergeklpatter Kinnlade, denn was die In Ears hier schaffen ist bemerkenswert. Selbst meine ELAC-Lautsprecher nutze ich seitdem kaum noch. Ich kann es kaum in Worte fassen und es klingt fast zu euphorisch, aber diese kleinen Wunderzwerge sind unglaublich gut, sowohl im hochton, als auch im grundton und dem Tiefbass. Einfach das was meine AKGs im Tiefbassbereich vermissen liesen und das gepaart mit den seidigen Höhen der AKGs. Einfach unglaublich. Ach ja, die Quelle ist entscheidend. Bei Juke mit normaler Qualität klangen die In Ears teilweise mit störgeräschen merkwürdig. Auf max. Qualität gestellt und einer guten Quelle sind sie der absolute Wahnsinn. So, nun genug geschwärmt. Alles andere ist Top, Verarbeitung, Tasche, etc.
Prädikat = unbedingt eine Chance geben an einer guten Quelle. Mein Honor 10 Smartphone hat zum Glück einen sehr guten Sound ;-)
Thank you SoundMagic, I can’t recommend these headphones enough, the sound quality is fantastic and there was enough noise cancelling to forget that I was onboard a flight carrying a zoo from Barnsley.
Initially in bought a set of E10s to replace my old ones, but they broke after less they a month! (Same issue as my original pair, the mesh covering the speaker bud fell out).
So after a quick and swift refund I decided to upgrade slightly to the E11s and I’m glad I did. I think the sound feels a little less boomy vs the E10s (not that they were bad) and a little more pronounced in detail.
I like the sound from the E11s Better either way. Great thing is they have the same comfortable fit and anti-tangle cord (which is amazing - don’t get me wrong they still occasionally tangle but are easy to rectify!).
I think they’ve slightly reduced the number of silicone top options versus the E11s but still had the standard 3 sizes.
Would without doubt buy again.
I didn’t get the inline version (volume control and mic) which is the E11C as I don’t like the idea of a fail point in the wiring. For me these are solely for listening to music!
The only downside to me is they’ve changed the jack for being straight to 90 degrees at the end. Not a deal breaker but a pain and looks a bit weird if your using a headphone adapter into an iPhone etc.
But that would be really nit picking for a negative.....
As the review states 6 months in without any issues.