SoundMagic E10C In-Ear Headphones with Mic (Black/Gold)
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- Award-winning E10 earphone with microphone and remote
- Compatible with all smartphones, tablets and computers
- Integrated smart remote call for answering, hanging-up and music controls
- Powerful and weighty bass response, clear vocals and sparkling trebles
- Light weight, robust metal construction with tangle-free cable
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The SoundMagic E10C is the successor to the popular E10S line. The new E10C retains the previous generation's sound signature, powerful bass balanced with superb musical detail. 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 E10C are easy to wear and use. The E10C also provides an inline microphone and remote control with universal smartphone support. Volume control is now available on the E10C's inline remote for added convenience.
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.
The E10C is available in three colors of Gunmetal, Red, and Gold. A compact travel case is included for convenience to hold the earphone plus accessories.About SoundMagic
Founded in 2005 by acoustic design engineer Tony Xu.Design and manufacture 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, Mac Life and more.Specifications
- Driver: Dynamic 10mm Neodymium Driver
- Frequency range: 15Hz~22KHz
- Impedance: 46 Ohms (+/- 10%)
- Sensitivity: 100dB/mW @ 1KHz (+/- 2dB)
- Headphone Design: In-Ear
- Frequency Response: 18Hz – 22000Hz
- Microphone: Three Button Microphone
- Cable length: 1.2 m (3.5ft)
- Connection: 3.5mm gold plated plug
- Weight: 15g
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|Colour||Gold||Black||Red and Black||Black|
|Connectivity Technology||—||Wired 3.5mm Single Pin||—||Wired 3.5 mm|
|Fit Type||In-Ear||In-earEar canal||In-Ear||In-Ear|
|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||1 Centimetre x 1.2 meters x 1.5 Centimetres||3.56 x 7.62 x 17.02 Centimetres||0.5 Centimetre x 1.2 meters x 1 Centimetre||1.2 x 2 x 2 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||11 grams||14 grams||15 grams||16 grams|
|Model Number||E10C-BKGD||CX 275 S||E50S-RD||PL30PC-BK|
|Special Feature||in-ear||in-ear||Superior Sound Tuned for delivering powerful bass and balanced musical detail, the E50S offer breathtaking sound reproduction that will satisfy with any musical genre even at higher volume levels without distortion.; Smart Switch Compatible with all smartphones, the E50S incorporates an ingenious user adjustable switch on the cable splitter enabling control of Apple as well as Android smartphones. Owners of multiple smartphones can easily swap between devices to control call answer and end functions without compromise.; Multimedia These versatile earphones offers full management of telephone conversations with the integrated microphone and one button smart remote. The supplied VOIP adaptor transforms the E50S into a multimedia computer headset.; Strong Build Made out of one piece of aluminium, the metal earphone body makes the E50S robust and ready for the rigours of everyday life, whatever you throw at them. Inside the sheath of the cord a twisted cable ensures strength and a tangle-free listening experience.; Fit & Isolation Ergonomically designed sound tubes sit perfectly in the ear canal and stay in the ear comfortably. The in-ear design combined with the right eartips seals music in and leaves unwanted noise out. Included in the delivery are multiple silicone and Comply eartips to ensure the correct fit for every user.||Refined Musical Detail : Capable of delivering 24-bit high resolution audio, the E10BT has been carefully configured to produce exciting sound with powerful bass and balanced musical detail. By utilising Bluetooth v4.2, the E10BT offers rock-solid connectivity, resulting in low levels of interference.; Perfect Fit : Machined in one piece, the E10BT’s aluminium earphone housing is built to withstand the rigours of everyday use while remaining light and comfortable. The large variety of included eartips guarantee a perfect fit regardless of the shape or size of your ears.; Long Battery Life : With a large Lithium battery, the E10BT allows for 10-12 hours of continuous playback. A handy shirt clip makes the battery unobtrusive and improves the comfortable in-ear fit.; Smartphone Control : The lightweight and durable E10BT remote allows the listener full control over their music and calls. The three large buttons make it easy to adjust the playback volume, start and stop playback, skip tracks and answer calls|
From the manufacturer
Never ending innovation coming from SoundMAGIC with an update of the acclaimed E10 earphones with the upgraded E10C. While retaining the superb sound qualities of the predecessor, the E10C has been equipped with a 3-button remote with automatic switching between Apple and Android smartphones for interchanging devices with ease.
About The SoundMAGIC E10C
The SoundMAGIC E10C is the successor to the popular E10S line. The new E10C retains the previous generation's sound signature, powerful bass balanced with superb musical detail. 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 E10C are easy to wear and use. The E10C also provides an inline microphone and remote control with universal smartphone support. Volume control is now available on the E10C's inline remote for added convenience.
The E10C not only looks more expensive than it costs, it also sounds that way. Reviewers are impressed by it's dynamic and powerful sound, a perfect match with the energetic nature of today's popular music. Especially notable is it's enhanced bass output, which extends deep with enhanced punch and impact. Even with a "fun sound", the E10C does not disappoint in terms of clarity and sound stage, rendering the music in a realistic manner.
- Founded in 2005 by acoustic design engineer Tony Xu
- Design and manufacture 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, Mac Life and more
SoundMAGIC’s acoustic engineers have configured the E10C to create exciting sound with powerful bass and balanced musical detail. The in-ear design combined with the right ear tip makes sure the sound is not lost or diluted. Sitting comfortably in the ear canal, the E10C ensures hours of fatigue-free listening fun.
Suitable for Sport
The E10C rugged construction and comfortable fit make it the perfect earphone for use in the gym or on the track.
Compatible with all smartphones, the E10C incorporates a microchip in the 3-button remote that switches automatically between Apple and Android smartphones. Owners of multiple smartphones can easily swap between devices to control volume, track control and call answer/end functions.
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If you do not wish to read through the review, although I won't geek out a thousand words, there is a TL;DR version at the bottom. Also, wherever necessary I have added extra notes for explaining jargon - like this: ,  ... - which are accumulated after the review.
First, let's get to the specifications. Please do not think of specs as redundant or useless; in fact, they are helpful in indicating what a headphone is capable of and what are its limitations.
Brand - SoundMagic
Product - E10C
Sound - Stereo
Minimum Frequency Response - 15 Hz (Note: This means on the bass side of things, where 20 Hz  is normal for humans, this 15 Hz gives our E10C a decent bass)
Connector Plating - Gold (Note: which is excellent)
Technology - Wired
Impedance - 16 Ohm (Note: at this price point, the impedance  is of no consequence, all you need to know is that your laptop or smartphone should be enough to drive [2a] the E10Cs)
Cable Length - 1.2 meters (Note: decent)
Maximum Frequency Response - 22,000 Hz (Note: Standard)
Driver Size - 10 mm (Note: standard )
Form - In-ear
Weight - 11 g
Interface - Play/Pause, Skip/Back, Volume (Note: Volume works with 95% of the smartphones; it did not work with mine but that's a non-issue, skip/back are working)
The Japanese company SoundMagic really knows what they are doing. There is solid engineering behind every earphone they come out with, and while some are misses, a lot of them are hits and the E10C is one of the latter. You will not find better sounding earphones in this budget. As you will see on the box and on various audiophile websites, this earphones have been awarded. Yes, awarded. But all this won't mean a thing until you try them on.
Now they come with an array of earbud tips (as pictured), and you can pick out what fits you the best. Put them in. They are light and comfy. Both iOS and Android users can listen through as it has a switch for manually changing between devices. In fact the 'C' in E10C stands for compatibility. It just works. Additionally, the in-line buttons give you volume, track skipping and play/pause controls. The 3.5 mm jack is angled at 60 degrees, which makes life easy. A twisted 1.2 m cable should make it last a long time.
The sound from these earphones is well balanced. You will feel the energy of a metal track without missing a beat. The mids  are pleasing, clear, which makes the vocals open and level. As lively as the bass is, the highs are distinct and smooth. This makes for a great overall listen. You will be lost in your music for hours. And your time will be well-spent.
 Humans can hear from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz. Anything under 20 Hz is felt and not heard - which is the bass you guys love so much
 Impedance is resistance to the flow of current. At high impedance the manufactures can make even better sounding headphones as the drivers - which are in the earbuds - have less chance of distortions seeping in
[2a] In simple words, a smartphone, a laptop or an amplifier 'drives' - gives power - to your earphones, which means that high impedance headphones are harder to drive. 6 to 40 Ohm is a good range to be driven by smartphones and laptops, but you'll need an amplifier for anything above 60 Ohm
 All you need to know is that 10 mm is good enough. The normal range for IEM (in ear monitors) is 8 mm to 15 mm. Loudness or quality is not dependent on the size
 I will use very simple language to demystify this most used audiophile jargon - highs: think cymbals, the 'tss' part of ba dum 'tss' on a drum. Or when a singer does an elongated, and high 'aaaaa'. So, does that 'tss', or the 'ting', or the 'aaaaa' sound clear and distinct? Highs are good! Mids: when your voice crackles, or is raspy, or when you whisper sweet nothings to your partner - those are the perfect mids! Here lie most of the vocals and if you can hear the timbre, the tone cleanly, you've got good mids! Now lows everyone knows! Just another way of saying bass. It is better felt than heard. The air moves to the plucking of a bass string, and you hear a 'thrum'. The more popular one though is the 'boom boom' sound.
If you care about how you consumer your music, if you are looking for a gateway to understand how music should sound like, or if you simple want a simple good pair earphones without breaking the bank - you will not be disappointed.
Detailed, clear sound
Switching between iOS and Android
Cheap for what they offer
None at this price point
Rating - 5 Stars.
Now about the product I bought -
The Soundmagic E10C is a fantastic buy for me. I bought it under slight comprehension that it may be not a great buy afterall. But my comprehension was done away once I started using the headphone. Its a great product with great sound quality. It brings to us music with finest details and a very well balanced & pleasing music experience.
Cons : microphone not so sensitive. Bad for recording voice on singing apps like Starmaker or Smule.
But sound quality is poorer than its former version E10s.
Wouldn't recommend to bassheads.
Mic is not sensitive enough.
It can't catch low voice
-the retail box of the headphones is not really that good and not waterproof
-there is a scratch code that you can cross check for authenticity of the product
-it contains the headphones as expected, a hard case, few eartips which i am too lazy to count, a computer adapter, clip, one more 3.5mm adapter
-the actual earphones are very tiny and fit easily in the ears
-the isolation is OK for the price but i would recommend comply foam tips for better isolation and comfort
-sound leak is there but you can't figure out the exact song that is playing
-the cable seems to be sturdy and shiny. i hate the shiny cable look but it also prevents it from getting dirty and smudgy and prevents tangling
-the buttons are mushy and sometimes it is hard to figure out the placement of buttons
-the obtuse angled connector is a very good design choice and feels robust
-i hate the fact that the earplugs have no stem to hold which would help in putting and pulling them in and out off the ears
-the color is said to be gold but is actually copper. not a big fan of the color but this was the cheapest variant so i won't complain
-the headphones are as light as air
-the eartips are not that good and itch my ears so i replaced them
-works on ios, android and laptops
-there is no ear fatigue due to prolonged listening
Now here comes the main course meal aka sound quality-
prerequisite- i used Samsung Galaxy Note 5 which has a Wolfson DAC(search if you don't know what a DAC does), Samsung Note 4, Fiio Kilimanjaro 2 DAC, HP envy M6 notebook and FLAC music files(search google if you don't know what this is) for the soundtest.
-the e10c has an impressive bass and expresses more than all other frequencies but that doesn't mean that it is like sony XB50AP which has a muddy bass but this one has a clear deep bass
-this sounds very close to Sennheiser in ear momentum(Rs. 6K) only difference being Bass which lil bit deeper and well controlled in the Sennheiser one. also e10c sounds better than Sony XB70AP(Rs. 3K) in terms of highs(treble) and mids(just a tiny bit)
-the sound is very energetic and dynamic
-the bass does not overpower the other frequencies so it is still quite balanced.
-the mids are slighly recessed but that does not mean that the bass kills it.
-this is best for genres like EDM, Rock, Metal, R&B, Rap and Honey Singh Crap and other new gen bollywood remix crap. Vocals, Classical songs, Podcasts won't sound bad but is not best for them.
Conclusion- This is an absolute bang for buck product. I saw many negative reviews comparing them to headphones like sennheiser cx180, jbl t150a, sony ex250ap, skullcandy smokin buds(lol!!!!), xiaomi pistons..etc. i mean seriously, what is wrong with people nowadays. If the product is counterfeit then i can understand but original e10c is a class apart. These people are those who take purchase decisions from those hindi technical youtube channels and those newbie tech youtubers who are just touching 50k-100k subscribers(no hate to any youtuber) and who generally recommend jbl,zoook,sony entry level products which have muddy bass. You should know where to take purchase decisions from. Search hifi websites like head-fi dot org. People there have ton more experience than these youtubers and some have spend a fortune buying headphones. It is a known fact that for less than 3-4k all well known brands who have recognizable logos produce worse headphones compared to some smaller brands. No one is asking you to spend 10k on studio grade product but at least know where to ask for suggestions. Also try tuning equalizer settings to get a sweet spot, burn in the headphones before complaining, use good quality music files, use good app like poweramp. Moreover buy from CLOUDTAIL. i know its prices are 50 rupees more than others but you can have peace of mind that you will get a genuine sealed product with labels and all. Soundmagic might not have a flashy logo and great marketing but audio lovers know soundmagic and value it more than crap like skullcandy and sony, jbl entry level cans. Do not fall prey to those amateur 1 star reviews who value brand logo and think bass is the only thing in headphones coz these people will also hate audio technica m50x and sennheiser hd 598 se because they have less bass than entry level jbl, sony and skullcandys. In a nut shell go buy an original soundmagic e10c trust me you won't regret until you start comparing them with headphones worth 10k INR.
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