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  1. I got this Bluetooth IEM thrown in with a wired headphone I purchased. This has to be the first time for me that the freebie was better (by far!) than the purchase. Oh, well... http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/community/threads/soundmagic-e10bt-bluetooth-earphone-iem-review.4464/
  2. Just a small excerpt from the below review: "This is a beautifully-made headphone with sound that for most users will be thrilling, in a word. I have a recording of a 16 hz organ pedal from the Kellogg Auditorium, which not only plays with serious impact on the Vento, but the 16-cycle analog "beats" are clearly audible. That kind of deep-bass detail is rare for most larger headphones, but unheard of (small pun) in this class." http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/community/threads/soundmagic-p55-vento-portable-stereo-headphone-review.4458/
  3. Here's the latest from Soundmagic - the HP150 - and here I think Soundmagic has combined the best qualities of the open-back HP200 with the best of the closed-back HP100 into the closed-back (but spacious) HP150. I can summarize my recommendation this way: If I were stuck somewhere with my music and player and just the HP150 for the rest of my life (a few years at least), I'd be very happy - it's a great musical sound. Soundmagic HP-150 Audiophile Stereo Headphone review
  4. I got to grips with the new SoundMAGIC HP150 full size headphone - it looks great! Check out my unboxing video... Let me know what you think [video=youtube;of66-nVp-bA]
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