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SoundMagic PL30 In-ears

Mar 30, 2006
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SoundMagic is one of the few brands out there dedicated to making quality in-ears that are affordable as well. Today we take a look at their PL30 in-ears which boast a mighty bundle and good sound quality to boot. Being priced at $25 they provide amazing value in the IEM segment.

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Sep 22, 2007
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Nice review, I had a pair of these and sold them due to the non-existent bass.
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Mp4nation don't manufacture these by the by!

( as stated at the top of the review)
They just sell them.

You should get a set of their own brand headphones and review them to.

Alpha and Beta Braiwnwaves.

( I've had both and they're damn good for the price) although the beta's actually needed a burn in to sound good.