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SoundMAGIC E10BT In Ear Isolating Bluetooth Earphones with Smartphone Controls & Mic £24.99 with code at  hifi headphones
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
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

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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.


Great find, thank you! I use the wired version and they're great. I was looking for some wireless earphones for the gym and I'm sure these will do the trick.


If these are anything like the wired E10s I had ,- they had hardly any bass - and I listen to rock, classical and voice. The wired E10s had rave reviews but mine broke as one earpiece and wires came apart (build quality not great imo) Wouldn't buy again

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
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
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

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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
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
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)

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Soundmagic E10C Silver & Black £26.97 @ hifi headphones
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
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 E10C - Microphone - Silver/Black - £26.99 @ Amazon
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Normally cost around £40 without much fluctuation, this is the first time they've dropped below £36 on Amazon according to camelcamelcamel.
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Shame its not the bluetooth version


Change the photo very confusing!


Hot, was about to post this deal!


Great price for these, usually £45ish.


Hot from me...Amazing earphones, even at full price. Amazon also have the non-mic version for £22.99.

40% Off SoundMAGIC E10, E10C & E10BT earphones @SoundMAGICheadphones
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Update - price matched on richer sounds on amazon but silver colour only. Got an email with 40% off code for 3 earphones. Code is SOUND40 E10 £22.19 E10C £26.99 E10BT £35.99
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Agreed, they come in a case, use it! (angel)


You've obviously mistreated your E10's as mine as lasted nearly 8 years now. They are the best earphones iv ever had by far....


The e10s are not well made. Break easily.


I'm not saying it's a 'super special' deal, I'm saying it's a valid deal and to stop deterring people within this community from posting deals from fear of unnecessary negativity from people like yourself. You personally have been doing it the whole time to myself, all I've wanted to do is take part in this forum and all I've had in return is sniping and argumentative behaviour from you. Despite the deal left still standing by the mediators you've made me feel like I need to unnecessarily prove that my input is genuine and valid. This in not a difference in opinion, this is me telling you to think twice about quickly and flippantly putting people down that simply want to be part of something and ultimately to help other people out.


@TinglyFinger You really are desperate to try and make your deal seem super special when it's not really. You have your opinion and I have mine.

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Soundmagic Vento 55 closed back headphones £59 @ HiFi Headphones
Found 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
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 Vento P55 Headphone,£59.99 delivered at SoundMagic
Found 30th Nov 2017Found 30th Nov 2017
Was looking at getting the Sennheiser HD 579 from the Amazon/Argos deal that is knocking about, But I will never get away with open back in bed at night with the misses trying to g… Read more

SoundMagic were good value but increasingly less so. The price of becoming more mainstream. I wouldn't pay this price for this model, Sony makes better at this price level. Comparison to an open back Senn 500x series is irrelevant.


User reviews can be very subjective, so independent reviews are better I feel. Another review here: "Music genres good for and why: TheSoundMAGIC Vento P55 excels at dance music, funk and Hip Hop, while its strong midrange suits genres such as classical and jazz particularly well."


Reviews are funny things. I own a set of £300 Blue Mo-Fi's which I got cheap because the person selling them did not know what they were (estate sale). They sound astonishing but What Hi Fi only gave them 2 stars out of 5. This surprised me as to me they sounded a lot better than the cans they had given 5 stars to which I also owned. I take reviews on board when I read them but it is a good idea to read a lot of them rather than just one or two to get a better overall opinion.


So, my point is to get opinions of actual users!!!


I suggest you go read a few back issues of either mag; they DONT give much, if anything, negative in their reviews for ANYTHING by a major manufacturer; it is usually piddling little things like the control button being 1mm left of where they want it to be; anything even mildly critical of sound quality is either for no names, or when sound quality is AWFUL. I came across this myself back in the 90's, a raving review for an over-priced CD player neglected to mention that on any decent, revealing speakers, you could hear nasty artefacts in the upper registers caused by the cheap ,n nasty DAC they had fitted; and even today they praise the LP12 to the roof, whereas my experiences were that even modestly priced TT could and did sound better. My then £350 Manticore with RB300 and Ortophon MC20 sounded so much better than my step fathers RP3 that he went out and spent £1000 on a LP12/Basik, and when that didnt make enough difference, another £1000 on an arm/cart upgrade, and when THAT didnt make enough difference, another £1000 on the upgrade kit. He was infuriated when my modest set up still sounded better, and then spent god knows how much on speakers and pre/power amps, easily in excess of £5000. All of this stuff got rave reviews, whereas my kit, from relatively small outfits got "good for the price", bass heavy", too much top end" etc reviews. it is lucky for him that I had to sell the Manticore (I hate the CSA), or he would be bankrupt by now.

SoundMAGIC E10 Earphones £27.99 / £30.98 delivered @ SoundMAGIC
Found 23rd Aug 2017Found 23rd Aug 2017
SoundMAGIC E10 In-Ear Isolating EarphonesSoundMAGIC's award winning earphone gets better and better with each revision. Now fitted with an anti-tangle twisted-paid hi-fi cable, E10… Read more
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I pad £18 for my E18S and £19.50 for my E19S


Jeee this have gone up inflation lol, personally feel 5£ ones sound same for most people


Too expensive. I remember paying less for them when I bought 3-4 years ago, still working good so can't argue with durability. Sound quality wise they were quite a big step down from the Sennheiser CX 300-II that they replaced

SoundMAGIC P21 Closed Back Headphones - All Black - £12.99 @ Hifi Headphones (plius £2.99 P&P)
Found 12th Aug 2017Found 12th Aug 2017
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 P21 Closed Back Headphones £12.99 / £15.98 delivered @ SoundMAGIC
Found 11th Aug 2017Found 11th Aug 2017
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Thanks will update in the description :)


I cannot vouch for this particular model, but the SoundMagic phones I have had over the years have been giant killers; the £19 pair I first got my sweaty hands on (via an electronics mall in Guangzhou, China), completely blew away the £130 pair I had been using. There is also a great story (possibly even true) behind them. It is said the company started life making knock-offs of a famous headphone brand, however it turned out the knock-offs were actually BETTER than the genuine versions; and that eventually they got the contract to make them as the genuine supplier to the famous brand name.


£12.99 for Black delivered from Amazon-Hifiheadphones: Same price for other colours delivered:

Soundmagic Vento P55 - £79.99 at soundmagicheadphones
Found 28th Apr 2017Found 28th Apr 2017
Looks like a Bank Holiday only deal. £110 reduction on a pair of headphones that were originally £189 I would think must be a good deal. Don't know how they sound, but it seems lik… Read more

My experience of Soundmagic has been excellent so far so hot from me.


What's In The Box · SoundMAGIC Vento P55 Portable On-Ear Headphone · Portable Hardcase · Soft Inner Accessory Pouch · Standard Cable (1.2m) · Smart Cable with In-Line Remote & Volume Control (1.2m) · VOIP Adapter · Phone Adapter


no mention in item specs of usb digiatal just std 3.5 mm


Worth noting that some reviews may be based on the early version of these, and were highly critical of the then harsh sound. So much so that Soundmagic pulled the headphones from sale and retuned the sound in an attempt to address these criticisms.


does these have the usb digital or the 3.55 mm audio cable ?

Soundmagic E10C refurb £24.99 delivered at Soundmagic online store
Found 14th Apr 2017Found 14th Apr 2017
Great price for these. Alright, they're refurbs (I'd normally run a mile at the thought of refurb in-ears) but these are from the official Soundmagic store so should be as-new and … Read more

Been wanting to try a pair of these out for a while. Thanks for posting :) and like you said they "should" come as-new.


You can wax lyrical all you like but .....eugh!


I got my son a pair of these for his birthday, for the money they are amazing.

Soundmagic E10S colours £24.99 @ HiFi headphones with free shipping
Found 27th Aug 2016Found 27th Aug 2016
Looks like £15.00 off these headphones that get great reviews. Seems to be only colours not black, but still a great deal.

Not good build quality, do not last. Frankly, I do not even think the sound quality is that good. But some people think the sound quality is good, which is a matter of opinion.


I replaced a set of the standard E10 which had lasted a good couple of years of daily use with the E10s version which then failed at the switch after 6 months. Good sounding headphones but the cable seems to fail at the joins around the switch very quickly, the standard version doesn't have this issue which'll be why it's rarely reduced.


£25.99 on Amazon with some not so good reviews. seems the IOS/Android switch may be problematic.

Soundmagic E10M earphones (What HiFi award winners) Half price £19.99 @ HiFi Headphones
Found 6th Jun 2016Found 6th Jun 2016
These have won many awards and now they're half price! Also recommend popping into HiFi headphones if you're close by, great guys there :-)
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So what is the difference between e10s and e10m ? both seems to have mic?


I think apple earpods don't work with android (in-line controls) but I would look out for specific android ones to be sure, I know sony do some in ears around £20 which are marketed as compatible with android. My xiaomi hybrids work with my oneplus 2.


I've had the sound magic E10 headphones for 4+ years, they are very good. I too recommend using the Comply foam earbuds. I do regard these as disposable though as they split after a while.


I think that's the case with many cheaper options, people make it sound as though they're audiophile grade, however they're more like a really good sounding pair of 50 pound earphones and not a more expensive 20 pound pair :-)


Just returned mine to Amazon. Overall i was very disappointed by the sound (maybe expected too much after reading all the reviews).

Soundmagic e10M Silver £19.99 @ hifi headphones
Found 29th May 2016Found 29th May 2016
I thought the e10m had finished and even though there is a £2.99 delivery charge this still seems like a cracking deal for a good earphone with microphone

Need a new set, nice find jpr.


ordered these last week, now returned. That plastic iOS/android switch looks cheap as hell and in a stupid position plus if you wiggled the headphone jack the audio would crackle. Not as good as they once were.


My E10s are still going strong after 4 years. They are VERY picky with the ear buds themselves and can sound awful if you don't get a good fit. When they fit properly (and not everyone can achieve this) they sound excellent on my Sony Z5 (and also on my previous HTC M8) Supremely detailed and capable of prodigious amounts of Bass (on the Z5 using Poweramp No need to spend more, but far better than anything at this price point


Still good but only mid button will work. The only way to get Volume+/- to work is hardware-mod.


Any audiophiles out there can compare these with Xiaomi Hybrids? Hybrids are like £13 from grey market online but people saying after burn in they sound like 10x the price.

Soundmagic E50S - In-Ear Isolating Earphones with Mic & Remote £44.91 @ Advanced MP3 Players
Found 19th Mar 2016Found 19th Mar 2016
Decided to upgrade from my Soundmagic E10's. According to reviews, it's meant to be worth the extra money. Microphone works with both Android and iOS (there's a little switch modul… Read more
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nice find, thanks for the code


These are very good for the price HUKD Deal


Out of curiosity, how much were they going for?


I have these and have to say that they're amazing for the price. I was lucky and got them on the Amazon black friday sale. Worth it though

SoundMAGIC E10S In-Ear Headphones with Hands-Freeat £29.99 plus £1.99 P&P (£31.98) @ Mobile Fun
Found 15th Mar 2016Found 15th Mar 2016
£40 most places so great price. Free delivery if you spend over £30. Note these are the E10S and not the cheaper E10. Great reviews for these earphones if you look around.
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I have these and not impressed as they crackle with my handset (Z3-compact). Other earphones work fine it's just the combo of these and my phone.


E10 is not a good choice. Sound ok, not good quality, easily broken. I had high hope in it because it is popular, and bought one over Christmas. Really disappointed with its over quality, returned straight away. I prefer sony ex650, build quality, sound quality all better.


Hot - the non s models are usually this price, with the S models being almost a tenner more.


Free delivery code when you spend over £30 is RMSGABT7

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