Tin Hifi T2 Plus
Tin Hifi T2 Plus
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With powerful sound and proven reliability, Tin Hifi’s T2 and T2 Pro earphones quickly became standards in the audiophile community. Now, Tin Hifi is back with the latest iteration of its storied second generation Read More

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Brickcity77
11
Oct 24, 2020
These are cheaper on Aliexpress with free shipping. Always double check since that is usually the case for Chi Fi...
lasharela
79
Sep 3, 2020
Thanks. I like their design, but I'llfollow yiur advice.
ConBrio
0
Sep 3, 2020
Anyone use these with bluetooth cables? I'll have to shell out another 50 or 60 bucks to make them bluetooth compatible. And wondered if it'd still sound okay. Thnx!
quicklytoo4
237
Oct 21, 2020
if you are using youtube/spotify/mp3 files with a decent BT adapter like FIIO's you probably won't notice a difference flac files maybe
Slater91
203
Sep 1, 2020
To many, the T2 Plus are indeed better T2s, with a tuning that fixes some of the issues of the first model. Plus, they're much more comfortable to wear! You can find my complete review on Soundphile Review: https://www.soundphilereview.com/reviews/tin-hifi-t2-plus-review-9331/

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perrivan
36
Jul 31, 2020
I bought a set of these to try out and while I admit these do get many things right, I don't think I'd be using these in the long run... Wrote some of my thoughts and impressions here: https://www.perrivanaudio.com/post/tin-t2-plus-review
HappyClam67
2
Sep 2, 2020
Feel Free to send them my way!! LOL!
joeftan
319
Jul 14, 2020
While I personally like the T4 sound slightly more, for the price, build quality, and sound, the T2+ is by far the best T-series Tin HiFi IEM thus far. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Planters
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Sep 5, 2020
Thank you responding, that confirms what I experienced from the review: low mids and treble were overly boosted making the remaining spectrum sounds very recessed, to the point it completely alters the original presentation, it may be fun for a little while playing a specific passage, not so much desirable if that becomes permanent I wish more reviewer are able to provide audio simulations showing their interpretation of a device as best they can with appropriate sound tracks (tonal balance can easily be heard with reasonable user playback equipment and environment). It will never be the same as a "test drive" (if it could ever happen) but good enough to experience device differences with your very own hearing
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joeftan
319
Sep 5, 2020
I agree with NEXONUS. The T2+ has a slightly less prominent and harsh upper midrange, and the bass quantity is very similar to the T4. Clarity and detail is very similar between the 2. I have both the T2+ and the T4, but IMO, they are redundant. If I had neither, I would just get the T2+. The T2+ fit is a lot better for most people it seems, but somehow, the fit is a bit odd for me. I prefer the fit and feel of the T4 for me, but the build quality, especially the MMCX connectors are MUCH better on the T2+. The main thing I prefer on the T4 over the T2+ is that the mid bass is a little less on the T4, making the midrange sound slightly cleaner and better defined. The T4 is less warm as a result though. I think there is very slightly more sub bass on the T4, but it is miniscule. I can assure you, the bass on both the T4 and T2+, while not heavily emphasized, is very good, and much more than on the original T2 (I don’t have the T2 Pro or T3).
Aznablerey
128
Jul 3, 2020
Man, when is this coming back? I’m very keen on Tin Hifi’s stuff, and I’ve got plenty of Drop rewards to spend...
verifonix
981
Sep 3, 2020
Just got back~~
zep483
636
Jun 25, 2020
dang, Needed these to last another day... hope the reorder is soon...
verifonix
981
Sep 3, 2020
Reorder up
Schorschi
95
Jun 24, 2020
Very balanced earphone with fantastic tonal accuracy. The upper midrange has been trimmed nicely - it is not shouty. It is also not sterile like the original T2 and more homogeneous than the T4. Graphs in my review. https://www.audioreviews.org/tin-hifi-t2-plus-review-jk/
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verifonix
981
Jun 17, 2020
ordered, just to compare to the BLons
joeftan
319
Sep 5, 2020
The T2+ tuning is really quite different sounding compared to the BL03, and it’s a matter of preference, mood, music genre, etc. If you want a lot of bass, the BL03 is the way to go. The timbral accuracy is also a bit more natural on BL03 as well. The T2+ treble has a bit of a splashy quality, but it is well extended. I think the BL03 and T2+ are actually quite complementary, rather than competitive. The T2+, however, is a lot more technically competent IMO. Detail retrieval, clarity, resolution, transient response, bass definition are all notably better to me on the T2+. Build quality is also a lot better on the T2+, and it will fit most people better than the BL03 I think. For $50 or less, I consider the T2+ a bit of a no-brainer.
Bykovovich
79
Sep 6, 2020
I also think the T2+ is a no brainer and they are indeed complimentary vs competitive. Though, from a perspective of the type of metal we are talking about, I will argue the T2+ sounds much more natural than the 03. 70’s metal, yes. Pick up the 03. The wall of sound that is the disgusting gutterals and tunnel throats of Shrine of Malice... the 03 falls apart in such a spectacular way that you’d say it’s actually worth it’s price.
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