Tin HiFi T4 IEM
Tin HiFi T4 IEM
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The highly anticipated successor to the Tin Audio T3 IEM has arrived. Retaining much of what made the T3 loved by listeners here on Drop, the new Tin HiFi T4 adds several features to improve sound, comfort, and durability Read More
A 4th-Generation Audiophile Favorite

The highly anticipated successor to the Tin Audio T3 IEM has arrived. Retaining much of what made the T3 loved by listeners here on Drop, the new Tin HiFi T4 adds several features to improve sound, comfort, and durability. Among these are ultra-compact 10-millimeter carbon nanotube (CNT) dynamic drivers, which deliver high-resolution sound across the T4’s 10–20kHz frequency range. These drivers also contribute to the T4’s exceptionally low total harmonic distortion: only 1% at 1kHz. On the outside, the T4 showcases elements from automotive and aviation design to ensure comfort and deliver up to 32dB of noise isolation. It also gets an upgraded silver-plated copper cable for improved durability and signal transmission.

Specs
  • Tin Audio
  • Drivers: 10 mm CNT dynamic drivers
  • Cable: Transparent TPU cable (0.03 / 63 C + 200 D enameled wire with 1 C + 0.08 / 28 C silver-plated enameled winding) 
  • Input: 3.5 mm carbon multi-dimensional heavy plug
  • Connector: Gold-plated MMCX connector
  • Maximum distortion: 1% at 1 kHz, 0.126V
  • Rated power: 3 mW
  • Impedance: 32 ohms (± 15%)
  • Frequency: 10–20KHz
  • Sensitivity: 102 ± 3 dB at 1 kHz, 0.126V
Included
  • 6 pairs of eartips
  • Carrying case
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Jan 4, 2021 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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I think it depends on how long after purchase you contact Drop. In our particular case, we were at the 42 day mark after delivery when the issue began. Drop policy is 30 days after delivery. But you can request an escalation, and someone from Drop Community Leadership should contact you to discuss further options. As far as Linsoul support goes, I would say a fair assessment is they (and it was only Jessie we dealt with) have extremely limited skills in English. It makes support very frustrating, as there is a huge communication barrier. Case in point: we've replied to Jessie no less than FOUR TIMES that Drop accepted an RMA and processed a refund for our defective T2 IEMs. Here is Linsoul's latest reply: "We are sorry that these things happen to make you in trouble. We will be there to help you resolve this issue. We understand your concerns, but please help to also understand that this is international shopping and we have put the warranty information on the campaign page too. Please kindly check the attached details. we will not undertake any shipping fee if you ship back to us for replacement." Linsoul is still requesting we ship the defect T2 IEMs back. The ones we already sent back to Drop and received a refund for. Which we told Linsoul about FOUR TIMES. I've given up trying to explain it to Jessie. Just.. know who you're getting into bed with, people. For products up to a certain price point you don't expect to have a warranty, it's probably fine to buy Linsoul or TINHIFI. Anything else, do your research.