SoundMagic E10 specs

By Edward Chester


Key Features

  • Metal driver housing
  • Four pairs of silicone tips
  • Single dynamic driver
  • Bag and cable clip included
  • Manufacturer: SoundMAGIC
  • Review Price: £34.00
Quick Glance
Type Ear Buds
Frequency Range 15Hz - 22kHz
Remote Control No
Noise Cancelling No
Wireless No
Type Ear Buds
Number of Drivers 1
Frequency Range 15Hz - 22kHz
Wireless No
Noise Cancelling No
Microphone No
Inline Volume No
Modular Cabling No
Remote Control No


July 9, 2013, 9:06 am

I actually find them excellent for all types of Classical Music-with the Comply T400 tips, as you say, improving the sound and isolation, even more. I don't notice any muddiness and they are as near as I have experienced with 'in ear' phones, to a real concert-hall experience.

Yuri Sirotin

July 14, 2014, 3:55 pm

Very good headphones, perfect if you consider the price.
I find them most balanced out of all in-ears that I own(ed):
ue triple.fi10, VSonic GR07 Bass ED (non-bass edition is worse), LG Quadbeat HSS-F420, Sony MH1C, Philips Fidelio S1, RHA MA750
They're also the cheapest! Seriously - they're that good.
The bass is really substantial, and the mid/treble don't feel lacking or elevated. Perfect tonal balance in short. Regarding space/instrument separation etc. I'm not the one to judge, mostly I listen to EDM. But I wouldn't call these basshead IEMs or overly bassy.
Regarding the tips - imho, silicons are best. Foams make them sound muffled - less space (even I feel that) and treble in general.
You can see their FR at innerfidelity, and decide for yourselves. Highly recommended set.


May 24, 2016, 5:53 pm

what diameter is the bit that the earbuds fit onto??

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