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Tin Audio T2 Pro – Exclusive Debut

Tin Audio T2 Pro – Exclusive Debut

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Just FYI. These are available for pre-order on Amazon for $57 (w/coupon applied). If this drop opens again today, they will still arrive at the same time if not earlier. To me, it's worth the extra $7 to not have to keep checking here and hoping another drop will happen.
They really need to bring back this drop. There’s way more of a demand now for the Pros than the original.
everetta
Seriously. Over 500 requests. That's almost as many as were sold in the last drop. What is it going to take? I'm about to get impatient and order from Amazon...
How many requests will it take to make this drop active again?
I don't use the foam eartips- as such, I think it will be too treble-focused for me with this new tuning. Would be a different case if they also improved the bass extension though, which would balance out the sound somewhat
phoenixsong
Apparently, covering the vent hole assists with bass isolation and improves that side of the range. I haven't tried this yet (waiting for the next drop), but I've seen it all over the boards.
jdown
Yeah, according to the discussions it works in increasing the bass quantity and extension. However, I find the bass quantity to be adequate in the original T2, it's the extension into the lower mid and sub bass that's lacking. The frequency response measurements for the mods indicates that the bass could be overly boosted for my personal tastes
Will there be another drop?
I missed the drop, where will these be sold besides Massdrop?
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Just saw on Amazon in stock on Oct 25
TommyEdy
Thank you. This made my day. Hopefully MassDrop will pull together another $50 order before then so we can save on that.
How do these compare to the nuforce EDCs ignoring price? I thought the EDCs base was overpowering and the highs were too sharp.
CastleHoney
These will be bright, but less bassy. Been a while since I've heard EDCs so I'm not sure 100% about their treble, just know that t2 is neutral bright, and this will be a bit more bright (supposedly the treble also is improved not just in quantity though).
Just received my 'regluar' T2 from the last drop, so that is a little annoying... now I will have to buy these too... By the way the regular T2 sound completely different than some other chinese IEM's I have, they actually quite decent for the price and a good buy, so I'm guessing these should be a good value for money as well.
Should I get this or new hifiman he-400i earpads
Ilikedifferentthings
Dekoni ones? Those are pretty nice - I have the Elite Hybrids for my HE560 and I love it. That said, the T2 Pro is a better $50 spent. Umm really, get both. :)
antdroid
Lol, got both. Have the zmf ori suedes and they are giant compared to the old earpads. My hand was sorta forced because the old earpads basically shredded off from the glue. They are so much more comfy than the original and boost the highs and sound stage is larger.
Is it correct that there is no microphone on this cable for phone calls?
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Eh, they're good earphones, people can use them however they'd like.
mrsallee
Im saying what the designers had in mind when they made them. Didn't say that people could only use them that way.
Should I get this if I listen to a lot of TOKiMONSTA, KAYTRANADA, and on occasion Beastie Boys and 80s music. Or is there something that would hit the spot around 150$ or less? I'm considering the iBasso IT01 too. The IEM's are for school/bus and just when I'm not at home pretty much. So noise cancellation would be nice. Headphones I have experience with are the HD6xx.
gilbs
What are Tyhe IEMs?
PoorCollegeStudent
Typo.
Purely in terms of isolation, how would these compare with Shure SE215s? Would I notice a massive difference?
ppops
Yeah, the se215s isolate much better than these. I wouldn't use these on like a motorcycle for instance, but they'll be fine for walking around town.
Just posted my review to YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCB3Wg05hAU I'm a big fan of the original T2s -- gone through a bunch of IEMs lately, and keep coming back to the T2. Honestly, didn't like the Pro at first...but then I tried them with Comply foam tips and I'm in love 😍 Warning, IMO these headphones require foam tips (and they come with some). I think they're too sibilant with the supplied silicone tips.
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At some point they rebranded the boxes from "Tin Audio" to "Tin Hifi." Both my T2 and T2 Pro boxes say "Tin Hifi." Interestingly, no one calls them that, even this Massdrop posting.
mrsallee
Yep, I mentioned that in my review of the T2 Pro too.
Sure they're only 50 bucks, but a carrying case would be a nice add
Will this really only be shipping on Oct 28? That’s the ship date I’m seeing.
My review is now live. I can say I like the Pro version more than the original T2. Better detail retrieval is a high here:
https://ngoshawksounds.blog/2018/09/22/tin-audio-t2-becomes-a-pro/
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That is the Shanling M0 I have on hand for review purposes. Touchscreen, wonderfully slightly warm Shanling sound. Excellent player for $109.
ngoshawk
Thanks👍
is there a way to get the blue foam pads separately anywhere ?
Pandameta_l
Comply isolation line of foam tips. They have multiple color options
I'm visiting Hong Kong on the 28th can I buy them while I'm there?
I liked the original T2 so much that I bought a second. Just for back up. If they're lost or stolen. Now they have the Pro... which means I'll have three pair. DAMMIT!!
I feel that swapping the faux carbon fiber on the connector for some knurled metal akin to that of the IEMs themselves would be aesthetically pleasing. ;)
I'm guessing these are great. I would like to get them but since my oroginal T2s arrived a week ago (from 2 drops before) my mom won't let me... Are these one-offs?
We bought the original T2 and it was so good we bought this one as well.
Pros
  • Smooth, well resolved, neutral sound signature
  • Amazing price
  • Nice build quality and materials
  • No sibilance
Cons
  • Not a very ergonomic design
  • Very light bass (this is really just a matter of preference here)
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For our full review: https://accessibleaudio.co/2018/09/19/tin-audio-t2-review-a-great-little-neutral-budget-earphone/
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Pyrogenetix
Since you mentioned "very light bass"... how would it compare to the MEE P1 in that department & an overall comparison between those 2 (if you had experience the P1 before) - or anyone else reading this for that matter?
Thanks (=
JD_dj
Hmm sorry not much experience with the MEE P1.
Can this begin to compare to MD+ IEMs in that price range?
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abhishek0
Well, the MD+ is 6x more expensive. It has a mid-bass hump which makes it sound warmer and more rich in the low end compared to the linear and more analytical sounding T2 Pro. The upper region is similar. It's been a while since i had the MD+, but I remember the MD+ being better for imaging and wider soundstage. I'd say the MD+ is technically a better IEM but the margin isn't super huge. The T2 Pro, imho, is well worth the $50 price and then some. And for me personally, I prefer the T2 sound signature over the MD+ because of the more linear bass. I prefer an analytical/slightly brighter sound signature.
antdroid
thanks for that info!!
Dang, my T2's haven't even shipped yet.
DominusVobiscum
It will be shipped this week. 😢.
Lillian
Hello. I missed the drop, do you happen to know where else they are being sold? I'm in the US
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Thanks for the kind words :)
antdroid
Great review. I just ordered a pair thanks to you. 🤗😂😇👋
Ostewart
Wa. Great. Thank you so much @Ostewart
Anyone have a picture of them in someones ear(s) or at least with something else in the picture for size reference. My wife likes to wear in ears to bed and sleeps on her side so they have to fit inside her ears and not stick out very far to be comfortable. Been looking for something with a replaceable cable instead of having to throw them away when she ruins the cords.
Carfanatic
Thank you so much for your inquires. We will update those information on Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/TinAudioOfficial
Carfanatic
I have the regular T2, they are quote comfortable, but they protrude from the ear. I couldn't recommend them for sleeping in bed, especially if you are a side sleeper. The TRN V80s are a similar price point and sit much more flush on the ear. You might want k look at hose for your wife.
is there any bluetooth adapter you recommend for this?
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bob_malan
I use the MeeAudio BTX1, excellent BT range and function. Highly recommended
BTW TRN BT3 has same chipset, I didn't like the the long cable and the way it has a neck loop. It is half the cost of the mee-audio though. Have it for sale on amazon now. If anyone wants it message me and I'll see it direct for a few dollars less than I have it on Amazon...
T2s have replaced my ue900. If these are any better than the t2s i would not complain one bit
jschwall
Haha. Glad to see that you are enjoying T2. We'd suggest you can try T2 PRO. They are quite different.