The SoundMagic E10 Earbuds are a quality budget headphone option for years, and now they are going to wireless. The company has recently announced that the SoundMagic E10 Earbuds are now available as neckbuds.
The earbuds sport a plain cylindrical driver housing, a download facing cable, and a selection of silicone tips to get them to fit in your plug holes – there is none of the over ear hooks, moulded driver housings or peculiar ear mounts of some sets.
SoundMagic said that the E10BTs headphone will last for 10 to 12 hours on a single charge and can be controlled through three buttons that adjust the volume, start and stop music, skip tracks, and answer calls. A headphone set includes a USB charging cable, as well as a variety of eartips and also carrying case.
The sound quality of the wireless headphones will likely be just as good as the wired E10s, but aesthetically, we will not so sure they are working. The headphone is probably just because neckbuds are a fashion faux pas to me, although the shirt clip / battery pack on the back of them, which is particularly bad looking.
The E10BTs headphone is nearly double the price of its wired counterpart at £69.99 (roughly about $87) as compared to £38.99 ($48).