Product Comparison: SoundMAGIC E10C vs RHA MA390
- These are perfect for my gym routine and my everyday commuter. Unlike other in-ear ones which I've tried and found uncomfortable, these sit well in the ear and cause no discomfort at all. I thoroughly recommend them.
- Great sound, very comfortable and small ear pieces which look quite cool. Only issue is the size of the batteries that sit in your neck, they’re far too large.
- Earbuds require a little time to get used to but products works well.
- Less bulky neckband design (I much prefer the design of these compared to the MA650/750 wireless, you sacrifice a bit of battery life to reduce the size of the neckband).
- The plastic bendy addition to the wire seems to me unnecessary however; it seemed uncomfortable.
- RHA is a little known brand but you overlook them at your loss. They produce quality headphones at an affordable price.
- Totally recommended. Had lots of different makes over the years. Sound and build quality are equally impressive on these.
- Sound quality overall very good, insane at this price. Trebles are not as expansive as wired but impressive for wireless. Bass response slightly heavy in the mid bass but worlds better than beats, jaybird etc.
- Excellent sound at this price point - puts more expensive earphones to shame
- These headphones had very poor sound quality . They failed almost completely when music was high-pitched and/or loud, just producing a buzzing noise, which made them unusable.