SoundMAGIC E50 In Ear Isolating Earphones - Gunmetal
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- Sophisticated neutral sound signature
- Comfortable fit and distinctive design
- Twisted Core Cable with anti-tangle properties
- Winding material imported from Japan
- Full metal earphone housing construction
Out of extensive experience in earphone technology SoundMAGIC is proud to introduce the newest member of their ever growing earphone family - E50. Equipped with a new driver design the E50 conveys sound precisely resulting in a sophisticated and mature sound experience. With neutral and detailed sound signature, prime build and comfortable ergonomics the E50 is sure to become a legend in the earphone world.
Finely attuned drivers in the heart of the E50 offer breathtaking sound reproduction with neutral musical detail with every artifact and nuance of the original recording presented without emphasising any frequencies. The redeveloped driver design of the E50 incorporate new high purity copper winding material specially imported from Japan. This material results in a higher impedance rating requiring more driving power to achieve the full potential of the E50. A high resolution digital audio player or headphone amplifier will bring out the best sound.
Employing SoundMAGIC's traditional cylinder shaped housing made from lightweight aluminium make the E50 a robust earphone with strong ergonomics. Included in the delivery are multiple styles of silicone and Comply eartips to ensure the correct fit for every user. United with the correct fitting eartip the E50 offers increased sound isolation offering clean and undiluted listening fun.
Unlimited musical enjoyment.
Tuned to deliver a detailed and neutral sound signature with abundance of musical detail, the E50 offer breathtaking sound reproduction that will satisfy with any musical genre even at higher volume levels without distortion.
To achieve the best possible performance from the drivers with minimal distortion SoundMAGIC incorporate a new high purity copper winding material specially imported from Japan.
Precision milled solid aluminium earphone housing and thermoplastic resin nozzles make the the E50 to be robust and ready for the rigours of everyday life, whatever you throw at them. Inside the sheath of the cord the stress-resistant Twisted Core Cable ensures high durability 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.
- Driver: Dynamic, 10mm, Neodymium
- Frequency range: 15Hz - 22kHz
- Impedance: 51Ω
- Sensitivity: 102dB
- Maximum input power: 20mW
- Cable: 1.2m
- Connector: 3.5mm, 60-degree angled jack, gold-plated
- Weight: 13g
- Sophisticated accurate sound signature with abundance of detail
- Original sound without emphasis of frequencies
- Designed to perform best with high-resolution DAPs and headphone amplifier
- Comfortable fit and distinctive design
- Twisted Core Cable with strong build and anti-tangle design
- Full metal earphone housing construction
- High-purity copper winding material imported from Japan
- SoundMAGIC E50 in Gunmetal
- 3 pairs dome shaped silicone eartips (S/M/L)
- 3 pairs flat silicone eartips (S/M/L)
- 1 pair Double Flange silicone eartips (M)
- 1 pair Comply foam tips
- Cable clip
- Hard carrying case
|Feature Keyword||Comfortable, Ear Canal, In Ear, Lightweight, Noise Isolation, Portable|
|Recommended Use||Digital audio player, Portable audio system|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year|
|Included Accessories||3 pairs dome shaped silicone eartips (S/M/L), 3 pairs flat silicone eartips (S/M/L), 1 pair Double Flange silicone eartips (M), 1 pair Comply foam tips, Cable clip, Hard carrying case|
|Headphone Fit Type||In-Ear|
|Headphones Type||Headphones - binaural|
|Connector Type||Headphones (3.5 mm stereo jack)|
|Frequency Response||15Hz - 22kHz|
|Headphones Form Factor||In-Ear|
|Number of Drivers||Single Driver|
|Sound Isolation (dB)||No|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||No|
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by Daniel on 24/03/2015 I've owned the SoundMAGIC E10 for the last three years and decided on an upgrade (giving my E10s to my son). I'm listening on the move with an HTC One M8 and at work with a Topping AX2 headphone amp. Below is my detailed review:
Brief: A middy generalist.
Price: £50 for the mic’d S or £45 for the non mic’d. (or about US$76 or US$69 respectively)
Specification: Driver: Dynamic, 10mm, Neodymium, Frequency range: 15Hz - 22kHz, Impedance: 51Ω, Sensitivity: 102dB, Maximum input power: 20mW, Cable: 1.2m, Connector: 3.5mm, 60-degree angled jack, gold-plated, Weight: 13g
Accessories: 3 pairs dome shaped silicone eartips (S/M/L), 3 pairs flat silicone eartips (S/M/L), 1 pair Double Flange silicone eartips (M), 1 pair Comply foam tips, Skype/VOIP adaptor, Cable clip, Hard carrying case
Build Quality: Very Nice. Feels and looks nicely finished, I rather like braided then sheathed cables, nicely detailed buds too.
Isolation: Pretty reasonable. Not Tube or long flight level but be fine for most normal uses. With the Comply’s on it’s towards the upper side of what you get from dynamics. That means you need to keep your eyes open for killer traffic.
Comfort/Fit: Very good on both fronts. A fairly ordinary shape and moderate weight. I wore up but if you wear down, I found the mic (like they usually do) would catch on my collar and that’s irritating on the ear. Worn up it didn’t happen.
Aesthetics: Pleasant. Much like their sonics, pleasant, amenable, on the nicer side of ordinary but not attention grabbing.
Sound: Very pleasant. It is a bit on the middy side for some but that I personally rather like. By rather I mean quite a lot. It’s also a bit elevated in the bass making for an overall all quite rich, warm sound. Smooth, mellow and rich. I could easily listen to it all day long without issue and let them just melt away into the background. No attention grabbing, slap you in the face, PAY ATTENTION TO ME!!!!!! IEM’s here. It’s all very nice. The treble is a little on the genteel, again that’s fine by me. So much niceness and pleasantness. An acoustic warm, milky, gently smooth coffee. A thrill machine this is not. It is, well, it is just nice. Vocals are lovingly rendered and the bass it quite articulate and pleasant. Pleasant, pleasant, pleasant and if case you were in any doubt, pleasant. Lol, when you get something as just nice as this it makes it had to say things about it. It is very nice to listen to and it can turn it hand to anything, offering a highly competent and pleasant listen. I could listen to music from it all day and you never really hear the E50 parting its own feelings to the subject. It’s a pleasantly enjoyable IEM to listen to no matter what you play on if or what you play it from. Pleasantly unobtrusive.
Value: Nice. It’s a goodly pleasant generalist with a bit of a mid centric talent. Should also be able to perform exemplary from any phone you pair it with too. It’s as nice value as it sounds nice. I do love the computer compatible cable though.
Pro’s: Nice. Pleasantly pleasant. Mids are particularly nice.
Con’s: If you want a rambunctious party beast, this is not it.
Bass is well defined and with good impact (make sure to use the supplied Comply tips). Much more midrange detail than the E10 - I'm hearing far more in my music. I perceive the E50 has having less bass than the E10, but this could just be due to the extra detail in the trebles.
The fit is the same as the E10, but the E50 comes with Comply tips that give a much more comfortable fit in the ear.
This is where the E50 really shines. The new 60 degree metal jack plug is a really solid piece of engineering and the cabling is the same high quality twisted copper cable that came fitted to the E10.
For the money this earphone is hard to beat. I've owned earphones costing three times this that feel less well engineered and sound worse.