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Tin Audio T2 IEM

Tin Audio T2 IEM

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These are great. I don't think they can be beat for the price. I like a bit of bass in my music and these offered way more than I expected. The highs are high, not muffled and controllable. The vocals are also great. The stock tips don't fit me though so I had to get third party tips. The quality is great though. The cables have really good quality, though I might switch to a balanced cable soon. Must note that I came from the Jaybird X2s (I'm still new to the world of audiofile headphones) and the bass on these are definately not as punchy, although they are a lot clearer unlike the X2s, and the mids and highs are really clear.
My pair came a few weeks ago. I really like the sound. It's very lively, dynamic and energetic throughout. There's plenty of bass, haven't done the mod thing yet.

I did get audio cutting out whenever the cable moved around. Apparently that is not that unusual and there have been multiple observations noted when I searched up the Internet.
I got these replacement cables on Amazon. Https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07F1JRKTC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
They are a bit pricey, but I'll can move the cable to other IEMs. BTW, the cable is really well made, and its seems durable. We will see after some time has gone by.

Most importantly, the audio cutting out is gone and the T2 sound great
Had the same issue. Massdrop gave me a partial refund which I used to get the same cable, but in copper (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07CJPHB9W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1). They sound great now.

I am now trying to find some foam tips that are as nice as the ones it comes with, just in different colors. I bought some on amazon, but would not recommend them (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07G5V5T72/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1). It would appear that I bought 4.5mm instead of 5mm by mistake, but the foam quality is not as good as what the T2 came with.
Out of curiosity, is there any reason why the plug extends out so much and is so thick? Is it just an aesthetic choice, or is there a functional reason?
The plug and solder connections are under the plug so I guess it's functional? Pretty sure they could have made the plug shorter but considering the price I guess they had to cut corners somewhere to make a pair of awesome IEMs for this cheep :)
I got these on aliexpress a long time ago when they were or 26.74€ which is 30.94$. Recently they were on sale on the 22 August for 28€.

And the stem size was too big for me. It just hurt wearing them. Wouldn't recommend.
it is possible to use it for audio mixing ?
I'm hoping so... I bought a pair. A lot of people said they're really flat. Of course if you DON'T have studio monitors, the next best thing would be a pair of open-back headphones (Like the M220's)
I'm personally of the opinion though, that ANY decent pair of cans or speakers can be mixed on as long as the user learns them thoroughly.
I got these from the last drop, and have used it for about 2 days now. Good sounding IEM with very good build quality. Tonality is fairly balanced, it is just the sub bass extension is a bit shy. Bass in general is good, clean and punchy, but doesn't have enough low end rumble for me. I would like to have more sub bass. But for some recordings, the bass is quite sufficient, not anemic. Mids if very nice, probably the strength of this IEM. Smooth, neutral, just mildly warm, excellent with vocal. Treble is also smooth and never sounded harsh, but upper treble extension a bit lacking to create the sense of airiness to the music. For this price, I'm very happy with it. Not many IEMs at this price range can sound better than T2. One thing that I think ergonomically not correct the is Red and Blue ring indicator. I think it is ergonomically better if the Red and Blue indicator are swapped. Meaning, left driver should be on the right, vice versa. For over the ear, it ergonomically better when it is swapped.
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Cool Tx!
I still haven't got mine XD
Anyone recommend a replacement cable for these? I've been hearing that the stock cable isn't too good.
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maybe https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/NICEHCK-MMCX-2Pin-Connector-3-5-2-5-4-4mm-Balanced-8-Core-Copper-Silver-Mixed/1825606_32859444405.html?spm=2114.12010615.8148356.26.596d5c60DhVnga


if you can wait from china :)

edit... or this silver one:
I bought this cable https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07CJPHB9W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and really like it. The cable they come with is complete trash, mine would cut out on the right side.
One of the silly things that bugged me about the Tin Audio T2 is that it comes with two blue foam tips.

I think it would have been more functional and pleasing to the eye if the right one was red. So I did it on my own pair.

There, much better. :-)
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Oops, my photo was correct, but I meant to say right, not left. I fixed my original post
I'm going to get me a pair, that looks perdy. I'm not waiting for massdrop to save ten bucks.
Why is Massdrop so slow to ship things I ordered these from AliExpress and I'll probably get them quicker or around the same time also they were cheaper.
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I wasn't saying they don't have good deals just somethings especially IEMs are better bought off of AliExpress or other places.
I was just stating that because there's an ongoing sentiment here that Massdrop doesn't do much if you want to save money. It depends on what you're buying. Sure, chinese IEMs like the T2 may be cheaper to get on AliExpress, but good luck with that if you get a defective one or something. Go buy something like a pair of 1000$ Noble IEMs and you can save big time if you buy through MD.