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"Look, feel and sound like they could be twice the price: the E10s are a bargain." What Hi-Fi Sound & Vision magazine.
AWARD-WINNING SOUND QUALITY
With a five-star review and 2012 Award from What Hi-Fi magazine, the SoundMagic E10s are one of the budget earphones to beat! Featuring powerful Neodymium drive units, the E10 earphones have a punchy, upbeat and dynamic sound quality. Given the price, they're also accurate and detailed. Making them sound even better is the ability of the tight fitting buds to block out ambient background noise - allowing you to hear more of the music.
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION QUALITY
Despite their bargain price, the SoundMagic E10s are superbly built. Whereas most rivals would have plastic casings, the E10s feature stylish metal ones. These are not only tough and durable but the metallic finish is stylish, too.
For a pair of earphones with an exciting sound and quality construction, nothing compares with the E10s at this price!
|In Ear||Can the headphones be used in the ear?|
|Over Ear||Can the headphones be used over the ear?|
|Cordless||Are the headphones Cordless? Optional requires a Bluetooth transmitter.|
|Noise Cancelling||Do the headphones feature active noise cancelling technology to block outside noise?|
|Sensitivity||Headphone sensitivity is measured in dB. The lower the figure, the more powerful the driving amplifier needs to be. Headphones for use on portables need to be of higher sensitivity than home hi-fi ones.||100|
|Impedance||Impedance is measured in ohms and should be matched carefully to the driving amplifier for the best sound quality and reliability.||16|
|Frequency Response||Frequency response is measure in Hz and gives an indication of how low and how high the headphones will go.||15 - 22,000|
|Cable Length||Length of cable supplied in metres.||1.2|
|Weight||Weight of headphones in grams, without packaging.||11|
|Plug size||The size and type of plug fitted and whether an adaptor is supplied. 3.5mm is standard on most portable devices whilst home hi-fi usually accepts 6.35mm (quarter inch) size plugs.||3.5mm|