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Tin HiFi T3 IEM

Tin HiFi T3 IEM

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Tin HiFi has earned a lot of praise from audio enthusiasts for its T2 and T2 Pro: two IEMs whose sound and build quality punch well above their price. A continuation of this series, the T3 promises more of the same, with dual drivers (one 10-millimeter dynamic and one Knowles balanced armature) and an upgraded 5N eight-core oxygen-free-copper-plated silver cable Read More

May 31, 2021
Just a PSA: Tin is infamous for awful mmcx connectors on their IEMs (so much so they finally switched to 2-pin on their newest model) There's always people reporting loose connection on one side, channel imbalance, sound cutting off, or one channel just dying entirely. This has been a thing for every Tin IEM since their release, and it still happens on recent purchases. If you're lucky, some video on how to tighten mmcx connectors or swapping cables might work, but I'd steer clear of them. Sincerely, an owner of a T2 Pro which suffered from channel imbalance/cut-outs, a T3, and a T4 with loose connection on the right earpiece.
Nov 30, 2020
I got the T2s, worked great for movies on my phone until my cat chewed on the cable. Any recommendations for inexpensive replacement cables?
Jan 18, 2021
LeoangerKZ Acoustic ATE
Jan 19, 2021
Rowdy2026Thanks, will try.
Aug 27, 2020
I bought these on Amazon last year. They sound pretty alright, but their build quality is nothing short of abysmal. Not so much the earbuds themselves, but the cables. I've had to solder on new 3.5mm plugs on the first set they sent, and the replacement set. The machining tolerances used on the plugs are too open, meaning you'll get plugs that are actually 3.25mm-3.45mm, meaning they don't stay in the ports well and the audio channels frequently cut out. Their tendency to shift also damages the port.
Aug 27, 2020
Headfonics review of the T3
Aug 11, 2020
Do these come with a case???
Jun 29, 2020
Mine came late and we're defective, and I can't get them to respond to me while trying to work out the warranty. I have seen others with similar issues.
Mar 19, 2020
I own two pairs of the T3s. Buy these. They are extremely good. Don't even... shh... shhhhhhhh... Just get a pair.
Aug 27, 2020
I don't think they do.
Dec 29, 2020
No case, been using it for a year,
Dec 10, 2019
I bought the t2's on the last drop that had them. They sounded great very open sounding without actually being open which was nice and a very balanced frequency response if slightly tinny (it's a pun but also true) however they broke in like a month. I am very careful with iem's never had a pair break before but one day the left bud was just much quieter than the right to the point where you couldn't hear the music.
Oct 30, 2020
It's not the cables, it's the connectors on the IEMs. We experienced the same thing with regard to the T3: defective on one of the IEMs, and it wasn't the cable, because we replaced that and experienced the same thing. We reached out to Linsoul for warranty support, and they (Justin) wanted us to ship the defective IEMs back to Shenzhen in Guangdong. Not prepaid shipping, mind you. At our paid expense. For a MANUFACTURING and QUALITY CONTROL issue. Thankfully, we reached out to support, who provided a prepaid shipping for an RMA. We were only able to receive a refund, not a replacement, as the Drop was already over. We won't be purchasing anything from Linsoul or TINHIFI in the future. Which rather sucks, as we've been happy with many of their products. But that level of a lack of customer appreciation can't be ignored. If you continue to purchase Linsoul or TINHIFI products, just be informed on who is making and supporting these products. If the price point is such that you don't much care if there is little to no warranty support, that's understandable. Otherwise, take this as a warning, and do your research on places like the other discussions on Drop, Amazon, Head-fi, etc.
Nov 1, 2020
Interesting to know, thank you for sharing their response.
Nov 25, 2019
I’m trying to decide which to buy, so any relevant comparisons and feedback would be most appreciated! Thanks!
Dec 16, 2019
PsyiwT2 is mild, good for pop music. T3 is more passionate sounding, good for metal, EDM, and T4 is more balanced and versatile.
Nov 25, 2019
Does anybody know how these would compare to the Massdrop X Noble X Universal IEMs? I’m trying to decide which to buy, so any relevant comparisons and feedback would be most appreciated! Thanks!
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