by Drishti Patel November 11, 2016


The E80 is SoundMAGIC's flagship model from the Reference Series of in-ear earphones. The all metal construction design of the E80 is a result of meticulous engineering which makes these in-ears very durable. Not just that it helps in reducing vibration and enhances sound clarity. The SoundMAGIC's legacy continues with the E80S and the newly launched E80C. Today we will see whether the upgrade is as great as the E80

SoundMAGIC - E80S
SoundMagic - E80S
SoundMAGIC - E80C

 



Talking about the sound.

The SoundMAGIC - E80 produced clear and balanced sound with 10mm dynamic drivers without emphasizing on any frequency in particular.


E80S


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The SoundMAGIC - E80S has finely tuned 10mm dynamic drivers that reproduce clear and balanced sound just like its predecessor. Wide soundstage provided by these headphones make a huge difference from the E80. The 64 ohms earphones drives powerful audio with wider sound stage and also provides natural balance, clear highs and details across full spectrum.


E80C


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The   SoundMAGIC - E80C offers balanced sound signature and well defined bass with these in-ear earphones. The soundstage is better than the E80S whle it also offers natural sound. The sound quality is better than the E80C.

 

Talking about Design and Comfort.

The E80 Reference earphone from SoundMAGIC has catchy design along with metal construction. They feature tangle free flat cables for more convenient experience. The E80 does not have a microphone. All the three earphones are ergonomically designed and provide a noise isolating fit by blocking the ambient noise in the background.


E80S


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The SoundMAGIC - E80S features tangle free cables along with a universally compatible one button remote and mic. A small switch is attached on the earphone's jack plug so that one can customise the connection as per different devices.


E80C


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The SoundMAGIC - E80C comes with three button remote and mic which allows to play, pause, answer calls and control volume. These in-ears also come with a small switch but it automatically detects the device and adjust the settings of the remote unlike the E80S.

 

 

 

With the E80C earphones SoundMAGIC has absolutely done justice to the Reference Series. Overall the sound quality has been improved and at this price point these earphones are a great catch. SoundMAGIC has lived upto the standard set by the flagship E80 model.



 

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