Ideal for Casual
Android & iOS
1 Year of
The Tin Audio T2 Pro are the earphones which will surely stand out in the Chi-Fi world as they have resulted in improving the balanced sound on the T2.
These earphones adopt a detachable design, its main body comes with 5N 8-core silver plated wire because of the soft and supple material which is been used. It ensures durability that is ultra lightweight and withstands long-term use.
The shell of the T2 Pro is made of metal, reflecting a sense of luxury in appearance. The canal design offers perfect noise isolation. To fit your ears perfectly, Tin Audio provides you with three different sizes of ear plugs.
|DRIVERS||Dynamic 10MM Woofer + 6MM (2DD drive unit)|
|BOX CONTENTS||Tin Audio T2 Pro Earphones|
|3 pairs of silicone eartips|
|1 pair of foam eartip|
Don’t sweat it, This Tin Audio Acoustics product is covered by a 1 Year manufacturers warranty.
They are pretty much balanced with good highs and lows and noise isolation is good too with good comfort for longer use.
They check all the boxes just that they are very much sibilant and you will hear continuous hissing while listening to almost everything...it escalates if there is female vocalists. Had to return them and got store credit, 15% deducted, which is not much of use due to limited brands on headphone zone.
The sound is always subjective, I feel these are better than my Sennheiser momentum in ears.
I'll sum it up in points :
- Crazy bright
-Decent soundstage for an IEM
-NOT at all for bassheads. I find this as quality bass although a bit more of sub bass wouldn't hurt.
-Great for music
-NOT at all recommended for movies and Netflix or any other shows. It's way too much bright for them
-Far better than the 1more triple driver
P.S. - I'm a treble head, so yeah I basically love it. (Purely for it Resolving capabilities)
Sound of these buds is awesome for this price range they have little v signature as miss are not forward but they sound great .. main issue is with wire and pin . Wire is sibilant at times and pin jack is faulty as it doesn't fit my phone properly and keep switching Chanel's because of that and sometimes u have to continuously adjust it .. with dap it doesn't have the same problem but it comes out often . N it's same with all phones not only mine , I have checked with different phones . When I changed the wire they sounded even better and the sibilance flew away but it's not adviseable to buy different wire with these as it would cost same amount of earbuds to buy good wire ..
If the foam tips fit your ear, then it is very comfortable. But, I reckon they are big for almost everyone. If that's the case, one should replace it with the silicone tips included in the box or buy "Comply" memory foam tips.
The sound is exceptional for earphones under 4000. The mids and high are very good, but the lower end is a bit weak. It surely is present though. Your choice to buy these earphones should depend on the genre of music you usually listen to. I can't emphasis this enough but don't but these if you are a basshead. On the other hand, these are very clear and have wide sound stage. To conclude, we can say that these are sweet-sounding earphones.
I won't write about accessories and packaging as most of the people don't even care about them. But, I have to mention the cable. The cable is one of the best cable out there. Feels premium.
If you have ₹4000 to spend on earphones, then don't buy these. Buy the Tin T2 (not Pro). They cost 500 less and are basically the same except for a few minor bits which you won't even notice.