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LINSOUL TIN Audio T2 HiFi 2DD Double Dynamic Drive in Ear Earphone Bass DJ Metal Headphones, 3.5 mm MMCX
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- Please note the new package and the old one will be dispatched randomly. High Sound Quality. The sound is pure. It has a good balance of high and low frequency. The tone won’t been too bright or too dark. It’s smooth. High frequency extension is good, delicate and supple. Low dive deep, full of elasticity and intensity without any slow feeling
- Detachable MMCX Cable. Earphone adopts detachable design. The main body comes with 5N 8-core silver plated wire, because the soft and supple material is used, the handling is good, there is no worry that the cable will be curled afterwards. It ensures durability even at ultra light weight and withstands long-term use
- Exquisite Design. The shell is made of metal reflecting a sense of luxury in appearance. The canal design can shut out noise perfectly. Never worry about noise only to enjoy deep and rich sound. Three different size of ear plugs are included. It can fit in your ear perfectly
- Comfortable Wearing Experience. We all love our music to the point that we use our personal audiophile earphones on extended duration, with the Tin HiFi T2, the metal housing won’t induce any allergic reactions on your ears as they are completely hypoallergenic and we also made sure that the balanced sound with upper frequency emphasis isn’t fatiguing to use for long giving you freedom to enjoy your music anytime and anywhere
- What You Will Get? 1 Year Warranty for the earbuds and 24 hours easy-to-reach customer service from Linsoul Audio
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Featuring a dual-driver configuration with one dynamic 10-millimeter woofer and one 6-millimeter 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.
1. Product Name: Original TIN Audio T2 In-ear Earphone MMCX Earphone
3. Model: TIN Audio T2
4. Drive unit: Dynameic 10MM woofer + 6MM Tweeter (2DD drive unit)
5. Earphone type: In-ear
6. Impedance: 16Ω
7. Earphone sensitivity: 102dB/mW
8. Frequency range: 12-40000Hz
10.Plug interface : 3.5mm Gilded
11.Plug Type: Line type
12.Cable Length: 1.2m±3cm
14.Cable conductor: 1.25 5N oxygen free copper plating silver
15.Earphone interface: MMCX interface
16. Whether with cable: Yes, with mmcx cable
17.Whether with mic: No
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My first impression of the T2s was that they were heavy and not that comfortable in my ear. (I used the blue foam cushion tips that came with them.) Out of curiosity I took out a scale to see just how much more they weighed than the SE215s. To my surprise (i.e. perception shattered) they each weighed 11 grams. Shocked.
Then it seemed as if the cord was much longer on the T2s than on the SE215s, and it was cumbersome. Again, much to my surprise, the cord on the SE215s was actually longer than the cord on the T2s. Again...shocked.
Sound-wise, I can't say that the T2s wowed me -- at least not at first. While the SE215s aren't known for their bass, and while the T2s are criticized for their lack of bass, I found that the SE215s had noticeably more bass than the T2s. At first. However, after listening more and more to the T2s, I found myself enjoying the music I was hearing -- a lot. I didn't want to drive myself crazy going back and forth between the 2, which I'm sure I'll do over time. But given the option of which IEMs to listen to to tweak .wav files for my collection, I found myself choosing the T2s over the SE215s. And for half the price, I'd say the T2s are a solid choice for all but the most critical applications.
One thing I did find annoying was the way the cables attach. Twice I found that one of the cables had fallen out. That never happened on the SE215s.
Two other things worth noting: The 3.5 mm plug on the T2s is considerably larger than the 3.5 mm plug on the SE215s. And the T2s do not appear to be as efficient as the SE215s. I didn't do any specific tests but I did find that I needed to raise the volume on my laptop from 70% volume to 90% volume to achieve the same listening level.
I am enjoying the T2s and do not regret the purchase in any way. They're just very different ergonomically than the SE215s and that takes some time to get used to.
1/15/19 update: I emailed the company at the email address in their reply just now. Will update review with their response.
1/4/19 update: Same problem as below, with new replacement cable. No response from company's social media accounts, and no website or other way to reach them. Garbage. Wish I never bought these.
The earbuds themselves are pretty solid, but the cable broke after about two months, with sound cutting out to the left ear. I tried contacting TIN Audio via both their Twitter account and Facebook page, because I couldn't otherwise find an email address for them, but no reply to either. A cheap replacement cable is not too much, but a nicer one obviously jacks the total price up more, at which point I'd rather just get more expensive headphones. Oh well.
Like wow, did I get a defective pair or are people deaf?
Tried in my standard sound card in my PC, got hissing, okay, maybe it's not getting enough power.
Tried in my Galaxy S8, no hissing, sound quality is just as crap.
Oof. They sound like the trash pair of emergency ear phones I bought from a pharmacy because I wanted some to listen to music at work.
Muffled, can't hear details, bass heavy, treble light, no soundstage, all the sounds are indistinct and localized...
Worst money I've spend on Amazon so far.
If these are defective, give me another set to try and I'll change this review. Otherwise, buyer beware.
Received my 2nd pair. Either also defective (bass heavy and drowned out mids), or these earphones are significantly worse than advertised.
Either way, getting two defective sets in a row? I'm not trying again. What a joke.
Build quality and packaging for the price are also pretty solid, and I like that it uses MMCX cables.