Featuring a dual-driver configuration with one dynamic 10-millimetre woofer and one 6-millimetre tweeter per ear, the Tin HiFi T2 IEM delivers a clean, clear sound.
The build quality belies the price, too, with metal housings ending in red and blue plastic rings that differentiate the right earpiece from the left.
Equipped with an MMCX connector and a 3.9-foot braided silver cable, the T2 allows for easy cable replacement if needed in the future.
It's IEM's neutral sound presentation, saying that, for the price, it has"no comparison".
Meanwhile, Tin T2 also has super-deep and stable sub-bass, vivid and natural-sounding mids, and sharp and crisp yet not fatiguing treble. It won't let you down for sure.
Model No: T2
Drive Size: Dynamic 10MM woofer + 6MM Tweeter (2DD drive unit)
Impedance: 16 ohms
Earphone sensitivity: 102dB/mW
Frequency range: 12-40000Hz
Plug interface: 3.5mm Gilded
Plug Type: Line type
Cable Length: 1.2mÂ±3cm
Cable conductor: 1.25 5N oxygen-free copper plating silver
Earphone interface: MMCX interface
Warranty Period: 1 Year
In The Box:
1U T2 Earphone
3 Pairs Of Silicone Ear Tips
1 Pair Of Foam Ear Tips
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
First of all, very speedy delivery by the audio store team thanks for that. Coming to the TIN's the sond quality is great crisp clear, bass lovers please look elsewhere this has adequate bass but not skull rocking. The 2 stars deducted are for soundstage and fit the iem are chunky and will create issues for people with small ears, I normally use fiio f9 pro which are like the most comfortable pairs for me, but these tend to feel uncomfortable after an hour or two.
I have some issues with the ear tips, they don't fit perfectly, and sometimes after using them for a long time it hurts. I was expecting a better sound stage. The sound stage feels a bit cramped. Although I have not tested these with any AMP/DAC, might change my opinion after that.
Overall, the build quality is perfect and the sound quality is also impressive. Would be great if they include a 3.5mm to 2.5mm balanced adapter.
Pros - Neutral Sounding, Soundstage, Build Quality, Comfort, Price.
Cons - Cable, No Sub-Bass.
Tin T2 is one of the best IEM in budget price category. The sound is clean clear and neutral sounding. The bass is present but it rolls off very early and there are no sub-bass present. So if one loves to listen to music with good quantity of bass than TIN T2 is not the option. Otherwise, TIN T2 gives a lot of clear excellent music and good instrument separations.
The mid are really good and tonally very pleasing. The vocals are well presented with lots of texture and layers and stands out even when the recordings have recessed vocals.
The trebles are quite linear and has some sparkle and shimmer but they are not at all harsh or sibilant. The soundstage is not anything special but the treble presentation gives the TIN T2 an open and airy sounding and they are less fatiguing for long listening.
The TIN T2's are excellent for what it intends for the price range. When compared to BLON B03, the treble on BLON B03 are more pleasing and forgiving while it gives similar clarity. The B03 have a V sound signature; the mids are recessed but it has a better presentation of bass and sub-bass extension. B03 also has slightly better soundstage and imaging. EDM, Pop, Hip-Hop genres of music sounds much better on BLON B03. Whereas genres like classical, vocal, Jazz and rock like Pink Floyd sounded much better with TIN T2.
TIN T2 is a 16ohm impedance IEM, they are easy to run and works with any device like mobile phones, pc, low budget DAC, or MP3 players. But they are not the most sensitive IEMS and requires more power than BLON B03 or FiiO FH3 to make them sound better.
Final verdict- Yes I would recommend TIN T2 if one is into balanced/neutral music enjoyment with lots of clarity clean sound.
Sound is too dry, thin and treblish, lacks body. Fit issue too. Sold within 2 hours.
Very nicely packaged. Tin T2s need no introduction. They have a cult status. Very satisfactory experience overall.
Before this I was accustomed to high bass audio but this showed me the correct place. Good of genres with more mid and treble
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