I bought some SoundMagic M310s a few months ago and thought they were OK. Wasn't sure why everyone recommended them, but OK.
I was using them with my iPhone 5 or iPad and now I'm using them with my iPhone 6. Still OK.
Tonight I found myself - rarely, these days - using my MacBook Air in a situation that warrants some music. Plug the SoundMagics in and bang, they sound glorious. Well, they do to me but I don't have any £400 headphones to compare with.
The source is Spotify on both mobile and desktop, with the 'super duper special high bitrate and to hell with data caps' option turned on across both.
So what gives? Yes, the Mac will have different innards obviously, but still, it's night and day.
This is where you tell me I need to buy one of those amps that look like a small fag packet isn't it?
Maybe this is why Android users have historically taken to it more than those with iPhones.
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