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SoundMAGIC PL21 Earphones - Black
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- Big brand quality rivalling much more expensive earphones
- Robust metal construction
- Comfortable fit with stay-in-ear design
- Sound isolating design
- Sound signature: Well balanced, accurate sound
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Colour Name: Black
You have found the perfect combination of superior quality and value with SoundMAGIC's PL21 earphones. SoundMAGIC have created the PL21 by uniting expertise with advanced technologies, utilising years of know-how in acoustic engineering. With a well-built and robust metal construction of the housing and extensive accessories the PL21 boasts an innovative design. Delivering a well-balanced and accurate sound with an even mid-range and precision of treble notes. SoundMAGIC's PL21 angled sound tubes are designed to sit perfectly in the ear canal for a secure and comfortable fit. Combine this with various sizes of included eartips and you achieve a flawless seal keeping unwanted noise out, while sealing your music in. Requiring less volume from the audio source enables exciting sound with the added advantage of preserving healthy hearing.
Note:Manufacturer Recommends storing the earphone in its supplied case when not in use
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Top Customer Reviews
So, i decided to look around for new ones. After searching for a while, i bought Sony XB40- extra bass headphones. The description of these headphones said how they are amazing for hip hop/dubstep/dance etc etc. I mainly listen to acoustic rock to heavy metal, but i thought these headphones will still be good for the music i like. When i bought these headphones, my first reaction was WOW that bass is impressive, and it was. however after listening to my music with them i realised how the bass slightly shadowed everything else; and the part of music i enjoy best is vocals. Some people may not have noticed this, or would be bothered by it, but i was; although the bass was amazing nonetheless. luckily, my friend was looking for new headphones to buy, so he bought the sonys off of me, and he listens to dubstep, dance etc and he enjoys the headphones very much so. so i had a lucky escape, and started searching again for new headphones.
i was very close to buying sennheisers, either cx300, or cx400, but i reviews say they are "bass driven"; which after the sonys didnt look appealing to me. but stumbled across soundmagic. looking at all the soundmagic models on the web, the Pl21 seemed the best for me, as the P11 seem too bassy, and i didnt like the "over the ear" style of the Pl30s. after much searching on the google for reviews of these, i decided to buy them. and i am very glad i did.Read more ›
Opened the box and you get a good choice of ear buds. The provided buds should be sufficient for most people to find a good fit as if you don't have the correct ear buds in your ear then you won't get good sound isolation and bass. You get 3 pairs (small, medium & large) of foam type ear buds and 4 pairs of silicone ear buds. I use the foam ear buds as they fit so snugly - just squeeze them between your fingers and then quickly put them down your ear holes and they expand to create a snug fit.
I've had Sennheiser CX300 and Klipsch Image X1 in the last 3 or 4 years and for me these SoundMagic headphones are the best for sound quality. The bass is punchy without being overpowering whilst the treble and midrange produce a rounded and lovely "warmth" which is not in keeping with headphones in this price range - great sound! The sound does change when you use the silicone ear buds so people will have to play around to see what suits them in terms of comfort and sound quality. As an added bonus the SoundMagic headphones have "better" impedance than the Sennheiser and Klipsch - I don't need to have the volume that high to hear the music and so save a bit of battery on my phone! The heaphones are very confortable to wear and absolutely no problems of noticing them after an hour or two.
The build quality is very good and the design is well thought out - the ear phones are angled slightly so they fit into your ear, you get a shirt clip so you can clip it onto your clothes to reduce the pulling of the cable on the headphone unit.
Overall these headphones are fantastic quality for the price as they are well built and most importantly sound great.
What I've found is that there is no noticeable improvement in sound quality in the PL21s overall, but there are some key positive differences. 1) The sound is louder so you don't have to have the volume all the way up; 2) There is virtually no leakage whatsoever and you can't hear the sounds of your own body during silences as you can with the CX300s; 3) The cable is symmetrical and comes with a clip, meaning that I haven't accidentally ripped the earphones out of my ears yet.
On the downside, the earpiece itself is quite long and angular (the CX300s have a smaller and more rounded earpiece) and I've found these uncomfortable to handle, and have not been overly keen on how much they protrude from my ear. However they are comfortable enough when listening to music.
All things considered these earphones are certainly a good piece of kit and you'll appreciate the difference in sound quality infinitely if upgrading from a standard earphone provided with your MP3 player. However I struggle to justify an argument that says these are the best quality IEMs in this price bracket and believe you'd get a similar experience with a pair of Sennheiser earphones. My advice would be to buy whatever is cheapest at the time.
Edit: Had to return these less than 6 months into their life as one of the ear pieces stopped working.I didn't bother getting a second pair to replace them, which tells all really. Sennheisers lasted 5 years, SoundMagic 5 months.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good sounding earphones for the price. Poor build quality. One earpiece broke within a month would not recommend. Spend your money elsewhere.Published 3 months ago by Imran
purchased them during the black friday sales. Good sound and looks great. Highly recommend them at the sale price.Published 3 months ago by Mujjj
Good for music but useless as a handsfree. Very inconvenient to constantly unplugPublished 3 months ago by Yannick
Pretty decent sound until they broke. After three months of intermediate use and pocket carry the right ear bud came out of their housing on holiday. Read morePublished 4 months ago by CJ
These earphones lasted 6 weeks before one side stopped playing.Published 4 months ago by lamy safari
inear piece broke within a month. i would like refund or replacement. rubbishPublished 5 months ago by sonia plummer