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Soundmagic E10C Review : Can the King retain its throne ?

Introduction

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Introduction

Soundmagic is a Japanese manufacturer and most of us are quite familiar with the brand as being one of the very first to bring in high quality iems to the budget market.

Their PL series is quite well known and their relatively newer E series lineup also impressed most of the critics all around.

Today we are going to take a look at the Soundmagic E10C which for all intents and purposes is still the good’ol E10 but with a newer inline control which is now compatible with Android as well as iOS devices. To reiterate there is no sonic difference between the old variant and the newer one.

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Here is the Technical Specification sheet of the E10C.

Earphone
DriverDynamic 10mm
Freq. Range15Hz – 22KHz
Impedance 46+-10Ohm
Sensitivity100+-2dB
Max. Input Power20mW
Cable Length1.2m
ConnectorGold Plated 3.5mm
Weight15g
Microphone
Freq. Range20Hz – 16KHz
Sensitivity42+-2dB at 1KHz

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  • Kamalpreet Singh

    Then which one is best

  • Daniel Defoy

    My e50 and e80’s came with comply t400’s. But they also cost more. Always glad to see more soundmagic.

  • Daniel Defoy

    BTW, I don’t think they’re Japanese. Founder tony xu is definitely a Chinese( and a great man, I may add)

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