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Shanling MTW100 Dynamic True Wireless Earphones - White - £59 @ Hifi Headphones
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Shanling MTW100 Dynamic True Wireless Earphones - White - £59 @ Hifi Headphones
£59 Free P&P Free
I've been trying to find a good decent reasonably priced pair of true wireless earbuds. At £59.00 these seem like a real bargain compared to a lot of the mediocre earbuds out there… Read more
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Balanced armature Turns out the 2020 changes were for both versions http://en.shanling.com/article-MTW100V2.html


BA? I recently bought RHA true connect and they need to be connected individually


If your getting BA ones make sure to get the 2020 version that means each earbud makes its own connection to your phone


Not being awkward, but thought it meant they were independent, ie. Not one connecting to source and the other connecting to the other earphone? Apologies if that doesn't make sense, I know what I mean!


Thanks. It was a genuine question as I thought there was some new tech that I'd missed. Looks like I have been using true wireless headphones for some years now and didn't know that they were "true" ones

Lypertek Tevi True Wireless In Ear Isolating Earphones - Black £69 at hifi headphones
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Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
Lypertek Tevi True Wireless In Ear Isolating Earphones - Black £69 at hifi headphones
£69£9930% Free P&P Free
Great buds, these. Got them as a gift for my GF and she's very happy with them. Basically showerproof with IPX7 and even audiophiles agree that they sound great https://www.soundp… Read more

shame.. maybe was an error pricing on their part :)


£99 now


In this climate, live the best life u can bro. You got a top spec phone, it deserves to be able to use with a good spec wireless headphones. They are decent these days.


You think its worth waiting for the 2020 sets of headphones from brands? Been waiting for wireless for years until the quality improves but got an S20 and it doesn't have a audio jack


I can vouch for these myself, audiophile quality. Plus the guys at HiFi Headphones are brilliant and very helpful.

iFi Audio Micro iDSD BL Headphone Amplifier & USB DAC - £486.69 - Black Label @ hifiheadphones.co.uk
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Posted 8th AprPosted 8th Apr
iFi Audio Micro iDSD BL Headphone Amplifier & USB DAC - £486.69 - Black Label @ hifiheadphones.co.uk
Awesome bit of kit, worth every penny. - Only 2 left Five star, all-inclusive sound performance, iFi Audio presents the top of the Micro line, iDSD Black Label portable DAC a… Read more

Not totally unreasonable for what it is. I'd be tempted had I not just bought an SMSL SP200 THX AAA 888 AMP for £260 and Topping D50s DAC for £230 (so £490 in total). The AMP is great value for what if is. Wanted something in stock else I may have bought the Topping E30 DAC or SMSL M300 MK2 DAC instead to save a little cash but more than happy with the D50s for my Audeze LCD-2 classic headphones.


In depth review, and it's considered to be best in class for it's price point. It only unfolds MQA, the Pro model decodes and unfolds if that bothers anyone


What dac did this use? Would be interesting to see the circuit diagram as that seems alot of dollar if it uses an off shelf dac, ic amp and a few discrete components. Doesn't exactly look a premium product.


Voted hot


You're being polite. The word is ignorance

Lypertek Tevi True Wireless In Ear Isolating Earphones - Refurbished £59 hifi headphones
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Posted 24th MarPosted 24th Mar
Lypertek Tevi True Wireless In Ear Isolating Earphones - Refurbished £59 hifi headphones
Hi all, I am not pasting specs or reviews, but personally I think for the money these are great value. I own more headphones than I should. From the cheap to the Sennheiser 650s. … Read more
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I agree, they don't look too bad there either. Looking at others online and they seem to stick out loads... Smaller ears I guess. I'll give it some more thought. Thanks for the pic :)


I don’t think they stick out too far, I am more interested in sound than the looks. :)


I'm tempted by these, but they do appear to stick out loads. Can anyone comment on this please? Otherwise I think I'll go for the Creative Outlier Air that appear not to stick out as much, obviously dependant on the size of your ears.


Got a pair few weeks back turned out Faulty took about 2 weeks to receive my refund...it was not a very pleasant experience ...


If they are self-isolating count me in! (zombie)

Lypertek Tevi True Wireless In Ear Isolating Earphones - Refurbished - £59.00 at Hifiheadphones.co.uk
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Posted 21st FebPosted 21st Feb
Lypertek Tevi True Wireless In Ear Isolating Earphones - Refurbished - £59.00 at Hifiheadphones.co.uk
Clean, balanced and powerful audio with broad sound stage Exclusively tuned 6mm Graphene drivers Advanced Qualcomm Bluetooth 5.0 with aptX and AAC 70 hours battery life with up … Read more

I'm glad I ordered them, the most comfortable earphones I have had, I can wear them for hours and not feeling tired of having them in my ears. The sound quality is outstanding! As others have noticed, they lack a bass but it can be easily fixed with equalizer app. Well balanced, clean, natural sound. They arrived in pristine condition. Definitely worth the money! Thanks


@OllieSt ..there are 3 "mushroom circle" threads on "ask" section for B/tooth ear buds you may want to link this deal to, because folks are just starting the same old same old questions, thinning out potential for answers, ..also as this is a deal in existence it draws more info / replies, which may be useful to those who don't look properly through the deal threads.... Or we can simply leave them as is of course, as you get in trouble for pointing out repetition of what are essentially duplicate posts (popcorn)


Bought mines on a lightening deal aswell. Really pleased with them. Clean n crisp and has the right amount of bass for me. Fitting was the only issue I had.


Received mine today. Tips unopened as far as I can tell. The silicone ones fitted looked immaculate. I didn't have to scrape out any old earwax or anything. They sound just as good, if not better than my ancient set of shure e2c's.


I owned a pair, they are decent clean crisp sound and a bargain at this price. Personally I returned them, I preferred the Liberty 2 pro, as they have a richer bass and same clean sound.

SoundMAGIC E50C In Ear Isolating Earphones with Mic for £30 + £3.59 UK delivery @ HiFi Headphones
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SoundMAGIC E50C In Ear Isolating Earphones with Mic for £30 + £3.59 UK delivery @ HiFi Headphones
Originally posted as SoundMAGIC E50C for £34.50 (RRP of £59.99) for the RED or BLUE headphones from https://soundmagicheadphones.com/products/soundmagic-e50c-in-ear-isolating-earp… Read more

ping http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/contact-us and do a livechat


thanks for the info. i prefer a neutral sound, not a fan of booming bass. i want to use with my android and iphone mainly. i didn't think the E10 was that bassy, but it all depended on the tips and how far in your ear you had them. i used cheap comply copies (better than the supplied tips) with the E10's and been using them a while after getting them in a deal, so was thinking an upgrade might solve the issue, plus better sound and i have the old E10's as a spare/backup. i had CX400's at one point, and had some sony IEM's after that but they got damaged and i tried the E10's thing is, if the remote isn't going to work, i may as well get the model without it, but as it's only £7.50 difference it's sometimes worth getting just in case


E10 is all about bass. E50 claims to be more about sound neutrality (uses Japanese Oxygen Free Copper wiring). E80 apparently best of both E10 & E50 (Japanese OFC wiring). E11 - a more refined version of the E10 (I think uses silver plated wiring to offer a lift to the treble). In the end I went with the E50C. Crisp, detailed mids, you can hear the various layers in the mix, and bass isn't boomy, there's enough, but not for bass aficionados. Mellowed out at the treble extremities once they've been run in. What are you going to be plugging these into? These headphones are slightly higher impedance than your average high street earphones. My E50's sound ok on my OnePlus using Blackplayer media player using the EQ, bass boost and a little tweaking of the amplifier level. Now all set to default since I got a portable amp to drive the E50C which now sound even better with. Re the question on volume control/remote control, I seem to recall that their rethink of the electronics on the C version, should allow the headphones to detect your phone. Previously they had an A/B switch on the cable to make the remote work. Hifiheadphones website has a web-chat where you could ask the question. I had a pair of OnePlus Bullets V2 (which I thought had good midrange), OnePlus Bullets Wireless, Sennheiser’s CX300S & CX400's - the E50C's outperform all of them with a much more refined approach to music. If you want dollops of bass, then maybe a pair of SoundMagic's E10 or E11 might be for you.


are these worth upgrading from the E10C's - i notice the volume control doesn't work on my new cheapo android phone but it worked on my iphone. minor niggle but as the new phone is primarily as a music player it would be handy if the remote worked. not an android expert, just getting used to it but couldn't find any settings and the music app mentioned something about android not always sending the signal to the app to work


Bought some a while a go from Amazon.. having read reviews on what hifi.. I was naffed at the sound quality when received.. am wondering if they weren't realistic fakes from China??

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Oriveti New Primacy Hybrid Triple Drivers IEM Earphones with Detachable Cable - Black - hifiheadphones.co.uk
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Posted 30th Aug 2019Posted 30th Aug 2019
Oriveti New Primacy Hybrid Triple Drivers IEM Earphones with Detachable Cable - Black - hifiheadphones.co.uk
Oriveti have taken their acclaimed premium triple hybrid driver Primacy IEM and refreshed the design with many improvements making the New Primacy an alpha performer in the in e… Read more
Bowers & Wilkins PX Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones - Soft Gold £269 @ Hifi Headphones
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Bowers & Wilkins PX Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones - Soft Gold £269 @ Hifi Headphones
Only 4 left in stock at time of posting

It’s been a year and a half since I tried them side by side but I never liked the P7, the sound was too narrow and just didn’t do it for me. It was a quick and very easy decision between the two. So I’d say definitely a worthwhile upgrade. I do love the sound of the PX but they do have their issues with comfort, seal and auto on/off wear sensors. If anyone who wears glasses while wearing their headphones is considering buying PX then I’d recommend they forget it.


No - genuinely no.


For my best music listening experience I use the Oppo DAC HA2se and PM-3. I’ve found above that price level my ears can’t tell the difference......


For my usages I can’t choose an overall winner. The PX i use for music. QC35 and XM3 for in flight use and the Beats for watching TV / films late at night.


Like yourself I own all three. My experience with fit was good to begin with but after stretching the headband a bit they ve become my preferred option. Having said this while they are the best sounding from the lot, they still struggle against most decent open back headphones, so unless you really need the noise canceling or the wireless connection avoid the segment all together.

SoundMAGIC E11C In Ear Isolating Earphones with Mic - Silver £39.99 @ Hifiheadphones.co.uk
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SoundMAGIC E11C In Ear Isolating Earphones with Mic - Silver £39.99 @ Hifiheadphones.co.uk
Evolved from the well-reviewed SoundMAGIC E10, the E11 series provides balanced, accurate sound with rich bass and extended clarity. Equipped with an updated driver the SoundMAGIC… Read more

In the box of E50C's that I ordered, is a sealed packet that contains two Comply tips that also says: T (but also looks like an arrow pointing upwards or an open parasol) followed by - 400 BLK MED 16006 COMPLY TM Premium Isolation Tips Super Soft T Memory Foam


Which comply tips, guys?


So it sounds like buying the E50C's was the right choice. Comfortable, choice of tips plus a set of Comply's. Bass has nice attack, mid needs a tiny boost but detailed and spacious, treble crisp without overdoing it. For £31.34 I'm impressed.


Mine arrived they sound amazing, got some comply tips now sound on another level. The sound for a £40 pair of headphones is incredible.


Have these, build quality is good, sound lacks bass, but the most annoying thing is the weight of these, so heavy and uncomfortable. Also, the controls are flaky on IOS

FIDUE A65 IEM Earphones with Mic £19.99 @ hifi headphones
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FIDUE A65 IEM Earphones with Mic £19.99 @ hifi headphones
Very good deal for some quality earphones. Normally around the £40 mark on Amazon. Free shipping. Good reviews over on head-fi dot org.

Some years old model but definitely a good one. Great clarity, well balanced sound. Used to be my favorite IEM. On the negative side no case and they need protection. Heat for the price and sound quality.

Oriveti New Primacy Hybrid Triple Drivers IEM Earphones with Detachable Cable - Black - hifiheadphones.co.uk - £209.99
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Oriveti New Primacy Hybrid Triple Drivers IEM Earphones with Detachable Cable - Black - hifiheadphones.co.uk - £209.99
head-fi.org thread - This are well reviewed and considered excellent value for money @ £249.99 headfonia.com review Oriveti have taken their acclaimed premium triple hybrid d… Read more

The biggest difference I've found between them is how well they fit in my ear. I've had pairs which sounded great if I held them in place, but tried loads of different sized buds, they'd never stay in place, especially if I was walking while wearing them. I'm very happy with these ones though - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/final-audio-heaven-iv-58-hifi-headphones-3177819 - a great saving on the new price, sound excellent and fit really nicely. The case is a bit to "flash" for my tastes though. :)


Not convinced on mega-expensive earphones anymore after actually trying a load of stuff like Shure etc at £200+ in Abu Dhabi airport. Your Curry's level tends to extend to some Momentums or crap Beats so I'd never tried stuff like Shure. I wasn't remotely impressed using my B&0 hifi plus DAC for my LG G5. I swear my Xiaomi Hybrids sounded better and they were £18. I've had better subjective sound gains from adding a headphone amp in to the chain. That did actually seem to open the sound up.


still a bit pricey for me..


Good price for very decent headphones. A little on the bass-y side, but if you listen to heavier music (rock/metal etc) they sound amazing. I much prefer them to my Sony XM3. The noise isolating element is also pretty good, the foam tips they come with are good too.

Soundmagic E80 Earphones - £35.74 @ hifiheadphones
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Soundmagic E80 Earphones - £35.74 @ hifiheadphones
Seems an excellent price for a very well reviewed pair of earphones, the next nearest price on Amazon is nearly £10 more. They come with a nice little case and a good selection of … Read more

Kewl. Ta guvnor.


SD card it does yes.


Does that come in a larger capacity than 128GB?


The LG V30 is worth looking at if you want a phone with great sound quality.


Apparently there's a sort of workaround when matching up a higher impedance pair of headphones and your 3.5mm equipped mobile device that may be lacking in the headphone jack power output department. SoundMagic's E80 (specs state 64 Ohm impedance) product description talks about neutrality and wide frequency response but real world reviews often talk about a lack of bass, thin midrange and treble heavy. E50 (51 Ohm) product description sounds similar as the E80 but real world people reviews talk more consistently about these. "A high resolution digital audio player or headphone amplifier will bring out the best sound." Then there's the revamp to the E10, the E11 (42 Ohm) - lower impedance due to the silver plated copper cable? and reviews appear to state "full sonic spectrum – and then you’re treated to a well-balanced, entertaining, energetic sound" But that's not on offer at a discounted price. You can either buy a headphone amp to supply more power to provide better control, which a few have already mentioned here, OR, apparently HTC's usb type-C to 3.5mm dongle (~£25 on Amazon) can offer a power boost with its in-built DAC that help command more power from your phone's circuits to drive higher impedance headphones. Phones that can be rooted, apparently can have voltages settings changed, but you run the risk of bricking your phone. I hate reading conflicting reviews about the same product and not understanding why opinions vary so much. It now makes sense with the impedance information and people having differently capable smartphones. I reckon the *sale* is to shift stock that they can't sell of the more electrically demanding E50 or E80 cans, 'cause the E11 is on at full price - everywhere. Phew! Almost pulled the trigger twice before piecing the puzzle together.

Final Audio Heaven IV - £58 @ Hifi Headphones
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Posted 6th Feb 2019Posted 6th Feb 2019
Final Audio Heaven IV - £58 @ Hifi Headphones
EDIT: Only the white are left at the sale price. Beautiful earphones at a really rather good discount. RRP was supposedly £175 but it seems they were previously selling at £139.… Read more

I just went to check on this as the deal auto-expired. Only the white are left at £58 now. In the process I bought some Heaven V Aging as they were on sale. Whoops.


II So tempted.... I have a pair of Final E3000C which i like a lot and use all the time, and Adagio II that I got refurbished and cheap - although they are really pretty good too, bit more bass probably less detail though.


Yeah, absolutely fine (surprisingly, given the flat cable). Better than my Etymotic ER4XR in fact, though I guess those need inserting further. Which other Finals do you have? I was very tempted by the Heaven V Aging, but couldn't really justify £300... ooh, they're £220 on Amazon... :S Final E2000C are my daily headset, and I love them, but they aren't a patch on these - quite a jumbled midrange I think. PS I'm really enjoying these Heaven IVs. So easy to listen to, but detailed. Hopefully not just honeymoon period excitement.


Do they loop over ear well? The wire looks as if it comes out at an angle, which I've found sometimes pulls them when over ear. Tempted by these, although I do have two pairs of Final earphones already ...


The corner of the stem sits right against the bottom of my ear, so only that 6mm or so sticks out. Wearing them looped over the ear they’re still pretty discreet.

SoundMAGIC E10BT In Ear Isolating Bluetooth Earphones with Smartphone Controls & Mic £24.99 with code at  hifi headphones
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SoundMAGIC E10BT In Ear Isolating Bluetooth Earphones with Smartphone Controls & Mic £24.99 with code at hifi headphones
Got an email through from HiFi Headphones announcing a sale on SoundMAGIC E10BT headphones, running until Monday. £59.99 reduced to £24.99 with the voucher 'SM35'. Get good reviews… Read more

Whey-hey - just found out that these will actually work whilst they're charging! Bonza.


If anyone is interested, this turned out to be a pretty great deal. Sound quality is great, although certainly not the best on the market. I had to slightly adjust the sound with EQ to liven them up a bit, but on the whole pretty good. The main reason I got these was for the battery life. These are well above average at 10-12 hours (I get around 10), so for £25 I'm pretty happy.


Thanks for letting us know :)


Received these yesterday. Not as good as I'd hoped. Worth the 25 but can definitely tell the difference from the wired versions. Signal is pretty poor, a hand in the way can interfear and it will struggle 2m away from source. Overall they're OK but nothing great. I wouldn't pay more than 25 however.


The wired version of these are great, and I happily paid £40 for those. To see the BT version at even less is awesome. Hot hot hot.

SoundMAGIC HP151 Closed Back Headphones with Detachable Cable, £64.99 (del) with code. (Update may work on other SM models too, cheers to M-z) @ hifi headphones
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SoundMAGIC HP151 Closed Back Headphones with Detachable Cable, £64.99 (del) with code. (Update may work on other SM models too, cheers to M-z) @ hifi headphones
Love SoundMAGIC headphones, fantastic bang for buck. Already got a pair of E10s buds and Vento P55 overhead portables, both are superb. Couldn't resist these at such a ridiculous p… Read more

These Cans are the nuts (party)


Good to know. Mine arrived today as well (y). Need to get a few bits done then it's un-packaging time and give em a try!


Got mine today - they're great! Will be sending bass-weak AKG K550s back......


Interesting, any chance of a link to the comment?


I picked these up last night, don't really use headphones much (don't need to lol) someone mentioned on Head-Fi that they compare to £1300+ headphones and I don't have any closed back at the moment so it seemed like something to … play with !

Soundmagic E10BT £24.99 delivered with code at HiFiHeadphones
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Soundmagic E10BT £24.99 delivered with code at HiFiHeadphones
Seems like a cracking deal for some very well regarded wireless headphones! Look to be about £49 elsewhere.

Wonder if you've maybe got a dodgy pair? If you're getting static/dropouts when you manipulate the wires it would suggest so. Mine are rock solid and I haven't experienced any crackling etc. Drop the seller an e-mail, I'm sure they'll sort you out.


yeah the round seals were there, I cut them open on delivery today, had a listen, wasn't impressed so left them until 9did a couple of listeners with a couple of others, and it just sounds poor. I've noticed some occasion crackles that are not on my MP3s, maybe tiny dropouts, and also can get some static if I touch the wires going into the bluetooth bit. They sound really poor, if someone else prior to me had paid 50 quid for them, then in reality they'd gone straight back, I'm wondering it they have been sent back and repacked somehow, as I said one of them had the rubber ear bits folded inside out which i didnt pay much attention to at the time, and rolled back, but thinking about it now, that can't really happen by itself.


was the box allright? tere should be two round stickers on the edges clearly showing if it was opened before


I think mine might have been a return that was resealed and shipped back out again - the left side has got what looks like some glue or sticky stuff (hoping its not ear wax!) on the top, and the rubber covering was inside out when I unpacked it and on close inspection, the battery has got some white marks down it. These things sound like total arse tbh - just tried them against the Sony headphones that shipped with the old XPeria Z2 and a pair of 99p Maxell from Wilko. Do Bluetooth headphones generally sound poor compared to 3.5mm cabled? First time I ever owned a BT set, and these things just sound horrid, sort of muddy sound like a HiFi playing in the next room...?


Giving mine their first listen atm. First impressions are good, sound-wise they're not too far removed from the wired versions. Battery box isn't anywhere near as bulky or problematic as it looks. Impressed for £24.99, especially with the usual mountain of eartips and case that Soundmagic supply. (y)

Soundmagic E10C Silver & Black £26.97 @ hifi headphones
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Soundmagic E10C Silver & Black £26.97 @ hifi headphones
Although the price say's £44.95 I've just discovered that if you use this code you get 40% off a new E10C and it comes with free shipping. Looks like the E10 range has 40% off with… Read more

I got the new one today and very impress with the sound quality and build. I was moving one from B&W c5 which driver seems to malfuction rather quickly. Three side of my C5 gone bad and has to be replace over a year. My other headphone seems ok and never been replaced. Thanks for posting...


I opted for the new ones but I agree, very happy with these! Build quality is something else if you are like me and used to cheaper options, a lot of different ear tips and the case is nice too. Thanks OP had my eyes on these for years


My refurbished ones came today. Like new and sound good.


thanks im gonna try doing it with magnifying glass see what happens anyway thanks for instant reply :D (y) (y)


You can get bigger 3.5mm jacks with screws which make it easier. But you lose the ability to use them with phone cases etc. I stripped the wires back and then positioned at right angles to the jack. Blob of solder on the jack, tin the wire (use a lighter to get rid of the insulation). Solder and pray (lol) .

Soundmagic Vento 55 closed back headphones £59 @ HiFi Headphones
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Soundmagic Vento 55 closed back headphones £59 @ HiFi Headphones
SoundMAGIC Vento P55 Closed Back Headphones with Replaceable Cable and Mic Amazon price £176.22 have good reviews.

Received mine and the quality is amazing. Will be keeping these


My headphones arrived today I'm well pleased with the quality and sound :D


I would like to hear what you think of the p55 when you have listened to them I am waiting to compare with my Grado 325's which are an amazing sound but not very comfortable.


I don't have a lot of experience in this field (£60 on these P55s took a while to justify) but my take on the difference between the E10 & E50 is not worth it if you already have one or the other. I don't like the descriptions of sound like 'openness' 'tight' 'muddy' but they serve a purpose when experienced. E50 are a bit more natural and open and I think I do prefer them over the E10. It's hard to double blind them as they have a different barrel so inserting them will give away which model it is... Even with help setting up the kit, the other person will be unlikely to get them in your ear correctly. Saying that I might at least try with the missus at some point. TLDR: if you have the E10 wait until you need to replace them and try the E50 then. If you have neither for an extra tenner or so on average I'd go for the E50. If the E10 is under £20 get them.


How are e50 vs e10?

SoundMAGIC P21 Closed Back Headphones - All Black - £12.99 @ Hifi Headphones (plius £2.99 P&P)
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SoundMAGIC P21 Closed Back Headphones - All Black - £12.99 @ Hifi Headphones (plius £2.99 P&P)
Looks like a great deal on these headphones. I think the usual price is nearly £30.00. Lookslike they are on ear that you can use for everyday use. Reviews seem okay, but at this p… Read more

Cant understand the cold votes, SoundMagic are a brilliant budget brand; my first experience of a set made me forget the low price tag, they completely outclassed the £130 famous name ear speakers I had been using.

Soundmagic E30 Black & White @ HiFi Headphones £19.99 with free shipping
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Soundmagic E30 Black & White @ HiFi Headphones £19.99 with free shipping
Looks like HiFi headphones are doing some sale for the bank holiday. These Soundmagic headphones are £20.00 off. They look really good and trusted reviews say they ar excellent. At… Read more

Looks like the white is all gone


Thanks OP

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