Tin HiFi T2 & T2 Pro IEMs
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Tin HiFi T2 & T2 Pro IEMs

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Great set of IEMS, extremely well balanced, as all things should be.
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I spent the first 20 years of my career in the high-end consumer and professional audio industries. So I was constantly surrounded by mono-block amplifiers as heavy as a Volkswagen, speakers that can cure constipation, and speaker wire that could be at home in a bridge suspension. But now I'm in my 50's, my whole music collection is on my phone and it's all about convenience. Sitting in a room in front of a music system critically listening for sound stage and dynamics? Yeah, not so much these days. In the mean time, I had almost forgotten how good quality audio can sound. For the money, these T2s are a revelation. Of course nothing is perfect. But at this price, I could not ask for anything more. The sound is open yet controlled. High frequencies are a bit forward but not shrill even when pushed hard. Bass is extended, solid and tight. And the all-important mid-frequencies where the unforgiving human voice resides is a bit on the warm, lush side yet loses none of its detail. One note of caution: Try ALL of the included ear tips. They sound excellent in my ears with the factory installed foam units, but they are too tight in my ears. I was shocked when I tried a smaller set and all of the heft of the bass was gone and the midrange became hollow and nasal, the way a bad horn-loaded driver does. Upon inspection, I found that the tips not only vary in outside diameter, but also have varying openings. The difference in sound is HUGE. So try them out and see which ones sound best in your ears. In the recording studio, the best near-field monitors allow the engineer to "hear into" the mix. They are precise and unforgiving. But ironically, they don't really sound great for casual listening. These Tin Audio T2 IEMs are a good compromise. They offer the listener enough nuance to hear the intricacies in the layers of a recording. However, they are not overly analytical or annoying - like that one member of your family that's quick to point out every one of your flaws at holiday gatherings. In the end they deliver an articulate representation of the music and remain engaging with out fatiguing the listener.
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Since it’s not free shipping why would we buy it from here instead of Amazon?
It's still more expensive on amazon for the "pro" variant anyway at the time of you making this post and me responding (4-24-21, 4-28-21)
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Took the bait after a youtuber claimed you'd be stupid to not buy these for their cost and that they beat things many times their price, etc. You'd think he saw god after listening to them but then again that's a theme with all their reviews. If you despise bass then the T2 is your pick. It begins to fall off early into the midbass and by the time you're at subbass its just gone. No amount of tip swapping changed this for me. After pulling up a response chart my impressions were confirmed. I don't doubt that those who say they like then do in fact like them, tastes in target and music differ, but if you listen to anything with lots of detailed low end then just buy one of the various models of KZ's on amazon if this is your budget. (Crinacle's IEM measurement chart comparison tool page can show you which you'd probably like, depending on taste). The KZ ZSN Pro's are 24 freedombux and actually make an attempt to track the Harman Curve, unlike the T2, while still having very detailed mids and highs. For that price you could get two pairs for the cost of the T2, which I did to have a backup pair stashed at work for when I forget to bring anything. Cant beat them for the price.
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Azteca59
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Dec 31, 2021
Hope someone out there can help, I purchased the tin t2 pro and wanted to change the cable for one with a mic but havent figured out how to pull or disconnect the cable from the IEMs, its probably something easy but since these are the first IEMs I've had, well, I'm ignorant about what to do, so if you can share a diagram or you know of a tutorial I can check out will be appreciated. regards to everyone here and have an amazing 2022!
Drue
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May 10, 2022
pull straight out. Fiio has a removal tool for MMCX connectors which is what they use, hope this helps!
Azteca59
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May 10, 2022
Thanks I ended up getting the little tool and it makes a difference
pamelagutierrez
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Dec 17, 2021
What 3rd party mic do you recommend to hook up to TIN2 ear buds?
NEXONUS
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Apr 24, 2021
*Sigh* . Ok, these have been out for years, yet there's always people reporting channel imbalance, sound cutting off, or loose connectors on [a certain chi-fi retailer]'s discord. The fact that the issue with bad mmcx connectors on Tin IEM still persists even today speaks volumes about how little Tin cares. If you really have to get these, just be warned that this issue is still not fixed. My T2 Pro is no exception. Right side is quieter/cuts off entirely. If you're lucky, a cable swap will fix it. If not, perhaps widening the ring on the connector might do it. If all else fails, you're screwed.
hardik_khatri
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Mar 23, 2021
Is it even worth buying from Drop when the same thing is available on Amazon for $5 less!! Even after the Drop ones being on a $10 off and no discounts on Amazon.ca as of now!!
You just keep making those comparisons and see how many items for sale reflect that "bulk ordering" thing that you think exists.
quicklytoo4
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Aug 1, 2021
Linsoul products on drop are generally a pretty good deal but yes there are some items that aren't
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