I got the T2 Pros.
I mostly used these with FiiO's Bluetooth DAC / AMP, paired with my IPhone (AAC Codec). I was worried that I made the wrong about getting the T2 Pros as I started reading comments in the Discussion Section. Many people had seemed to find the Pros had high simbilance and some had even said they are are unbearable. So I was quite anxious during the month between when I ordered and actually receiving the IEMS.Prior to receiving the T2 Pros, I decided to also buy JVC's HA-FX77x, which are known to have really strong bass, to compare to the T2 Pros and also have as a backup (I was really nervous if the T2 Pros are trash).
I have received and been using the T2 Pros for a week now. To my surprise, rather than being trash they are actually incredible to listen to. However, as per to someone's suggestion in the discussion, I did have to change the eartips to Comply foam tips to fully start enjoying the T2 Pros. When I had first tried the the T2 Pros, the high simbilance was definitely noticeable. For me, with the included blue foam tips, the T2 Pros sounded airy, lack of bass and with the trebles a bit too high. To be honest, I was quite disheartened at that point as my initial experience substantiated the many warnings and negative comments online. Thankfully I had a few Comply foam tips just lying around. As per to one of the suggestions in the discussion section I threw away the blue foam tips for the Comply ones.
Oh my goodness... the entire experience of the T2 Pros changed. Albeit the sound stage seemed slightly smaller, the Comply foam tips removed a lot of the simbliance that made the T2 Pros hard to listen to. Furthermore, the tight seal of the Comply foam tips made the bass on the T2 Pros much more pronounced. The IEMs were an absolute joy to listen to, with extremely detailed highs, without being annoying, and full lush bass. I couldn't believe how much a difference the foam tips had on these IEMs. Listening to vocal prominent songs (especially female vocals) was chilling as every breath and detail was picked up by the IEMs. In my opinion, the sound quality was massively better than some of the other $100+ IEMS that i have (Shure 215e, Jaybird x3, 1more triple driver and 1 more dual driver). For the price of these T2 Pros, you are definitely getting a bargain.
As mentioned earlier, I had also bought the JVC HA-FX77x to use as a comparison. THe JVC IEMs are at a similar price, however are marketed as a pair of responsive IEM with extremely low bass (Freq: 5Hz). I had thought that since the T2 Pros were known more for its clear and detail highs and mids, the bass would be lacking. However, with the Comply foam tips, I actually felt that the T2 Pros' bass was actually comparable to the JVC. The bass on the T2 Pros was not bad as some other earlier reviews had mentioned. I do not know if that is because they had fixed the IEMs of if it is the Comply foam tips that I used. Whatever the case, I find the bass is definitely pumping when listening to Khalid and Post Malone.
I definitely recommend the T2 Pros. With a few adjustments these IEMs deliver way mroe value and quality than other expensive IEMs on the market. My only complaint are the fitting that comes with the T2 Pros. I cannnot seem to get a tight fit the provided eartips. Also the IEMs are slightly on the heavier side and fallout of my ears if tugged lightly. Changing the eartips to Comply foam tips and wearing the over the ears fixed the above issues. If you had bought these, my only suggestion is to take some time to tweak the IEM to fit properly. Otherwise, its hard to find other IEMs that could beat the value or the T2 Pros.