Tin HiFi T4 vs Tin HiFi P1: the P1 use a planar driver instead of a dynamic driver and this has an effect over the tuning. The TIN Hi-Fi P1 are a pair of planar IEMs that have come out over the summer from the earphone company TIN Hi-Fi, also known as TIN Audio. Prior to opening the P1’s spec page, I had never heard of food-grade 304 stainless steel. In fact they only reduce the volume of outside noise slightly, without the same removal ability of the Shozy x Neo CP or the Fearless Audio S8 Pro. In other words, it is comfy. Hi Richard, Tinhifi P1. But, it lacks the same massively wide stereo gradients and full-spectrum warmth as the P1. The MMCX socket protrudes a bit from the top and comes out of the triangle with a small cylinder-like structure at the back of the shell. As in Tin HiFi’s tradition, the P1 are well built and leave no doubt as to their durability. On the contrary, the P1 appear to be quite well built – and this being a general consideration, not one related to the price range the P1 are in. They (often) don’t have the same degree of full and free movement as the dynamic drivers, so they need a bigger surface to compensate. I have, and I have always wanted a portable device with plenty of power and a parametric EQ integrated. This IEM simply blew me away with its incredible audio quality. io ho un fiio x5iii abbinato a fiio f9 pro.e ascolto musica flac anni 70 80.pop rock .dance .vorrei acquistare le p1 ,avrò una differenza sostanziale in termini di chiarezza e dettaglio o non sentirò alcuna differenza? Please feel free to join the discord, never know who you'll meet! I’m still not sure about much but that it probably tastes better than regular steel. Comfortable even to those with smaller ears, Incredibly natural, lifelike reproduction of sound. Sadly, very few earphones have been designed with such anatomical correction. I am happy that you like the P1 too! All opinions expressed are my own subjective findings. And a near a miracle for 165$, My opinion was that everything under 400 is crap and a good pair costs +-1000$. You’ll also note that the P1, while not perfectly free of final finish blemishes, is clean, prettily polished, and shows finely machined corners, grills, and seams. Review : TinHifi P1 – Shiny and Chrome. Despite mentioning it above, I’ll reiterate it here: if this happens, the grill nearly pops out of them and touches the skin of your inner ear. 3 comments. Conventional planar speaker design is not good at bass, I concede that, but that’s about it. These help the P1 breathe in a lot and get good to excellent bass response. And its mids aren’t quite as forward nor is its bass as powerful as Hidizs’s masterpiece. The Tin P1 comes in a very cute mirrored metal shell that is very small and thin, but has a long wide nozzle. Tin HiFi’s T2 Plus might seem unnecessary to some. Above that and buried under the pleather in the top lid is an invisible magnetic latch. That’s not a question; it’s rhetorical because it is such good bass. This model resembles the previous TIN Audio T2 headphones, and they perform quite similarly, but with noticeably more bass. Despite their low impedance and acceptable sensitivity, the Tin HiFi P1 are harder to drive than many other in-ear headphones. Firsly I would like to thank Linsoul for this sample to review. Several companies have tried this driver (this exact one, or one very similar) but failed to get the tuning right (Tin HiFi sorta falls into this camp too, but more on that later). But too much treble again. Have you ever dreamed of being able to drive a full-size planar with a simple usb dac/amp dongle? Will it take the treble soft route? My wife is a pianist in Europe. This is the other Tin HiFi that sits at the poles. Review: Tin HiFi P1 Planar Magnetic IEM. Guitars ring and then ring no more. For casual listening, I needed the volume around 50-75% on my iPhone. I gave up on this iem unless i changed my dap. I often used an iFi Ear Buddy. Copyright © 2016 - 2020 Soundphile Review It has its own oddities which you have to weigh – if you place soundstage and imaging high up in your list, these may not be for you. It’s not your Grandetymotic’s neutral. Okay, so the DM7 is v-shaped. But I am curious: how do you move the volume of air needed for deep bass with a membrane that is fastened all around its edge when compared with a conventional driver with the equivalent of a “foam surround” allowing a large amount of full and free movement? But what’s that? Quickly on the heels of the P1, Tin Hifi announced their latest creation, a dynamic driver, Tin T4. Carroll Moore - May 13, 2019 11:00 am. On the other hand, instrument separation is good: instruments clearly have their own identity and are well separated from the others, yet there is room for improvement as especially crowded tracks can put the P1 to the test and make them lose a bit of control, resulting in less distinction between instruments. When driving the P1, each of them nails it with current, and/or hiss. Cupid has a patented 8 mm planar magnetic driver and nice material, Electroplating yellow cooper outside and another 6mm dynamic driver. You betcha. The issue is that instruments are all placed as if they were on a line near the listener while the stage extends in every direction, so they do not sound as if they were distributed in the space. Tin HiFi’s penchant for nailing sound signatures now extends to the dark and rich. The TIN HiFi P2 is the successor of the popular P1 In-Ear Monitor and comes with a 12mm Planar Magnetic Driver that was been integrated to a monitor shell with a solid look & feel. It surely is quite a looker, though, also because of its shiny metal surface. Neither the YB04 or DK-3001 PRO are with us yet, but they are on the way and we will be doing First Contacts on them shortly. September 25, 2019 October 9, 2019 wiljen 4253 Views. In my opinion the P1 was in dangerous waters at any price point over $100, so I didn’t think it was a very competitive IEM even within the sub-$100 market. I forwarded my impressions to them through Lillian at Linsoul and, as they received similar feedback from other reviewers and people who got early access to the samples, they decided to listen to our feedback and actually postponed the launch so that they would be able to improve the tuning. That, even at its peak, that pressure smoothly translates to high bass and lower mids? The plug is straight and sports a conjoined and doubled-up heat-shrink protection sleeve. Feel free to leave a comment. Combine it and the T2 and you basically have the T4. We thank Linsoul and Tin HiFi for this opportunity. While I love how the MS4 yawns details that most earphones can’t render, it is too much of a good thing when the overall sound signature is dark or deep. Bass that not only centrally anchors in front of you but hits the walls and then fades to black? 13 minute read (Last Updated On: November 11, 2019) A budget in-ear monitor (IEM) from China is nothing new. Despite this messy appearance, the cable is very soft and comfortable. So if you only take tuning into account, I would say the P1; if you also consider technical ability, then I would say the DM7. There’s sometimes a single strand coming out of the mix. The color is also designed to be suitable for audiences as wide as possible. Hey there! Please note that you should write in English, and comments in other languages will be deleted. Hidizs’s MS1 casts things wider still. Key is a really powerful amp and eq. Based on times of testing and designing, The Tin HiFi P1 finally adopts a stainless steel polished shell and a triangular shape along with an angled nozzle to offer comfortable long time wearing experience and elegant looking. And, it’s not because of a strange frequency dive or forced roll-off. It’s smaller driver isn’t capable of outputting insane bass texture, but it wows in most areas. No. I should also mention that these earbuds are tougher to drive than a standard dynamic pair. The 3,5mm plug comes wrapped Tin’s iconic carbon fiber weave. I received a first sample back at the end of May, roughly one week before the then projected launch date (6th of June). Thank you for your comment. These do not have the 'fun', 'v' - shaped curve. Tin Hifi, despite my dissatisfaction with the P1, they still seem generating new hypes every time they release a new product. Based on times of testing and designing, The Tin HiFi P1 finally adopts a stainless steel polished shell and a triangular shape along with an angled nozzle to offer comfortable long time wearing experience and elegant looking. Disclaimer: this sample comes from Linsoul Audio, who provided it free of charge. The first feeling I had (it hadn’t happened to me for a long time) is that I felt my music for the first time, much more detail and new sounds. Beautiful feeling. Thankfully, the stainless steel housings live up to the same standard, making this an absolute must-buy in the sub $200 segment. The P1 renders chime echo almost inert. It is priced at $169. Seeing that the P1 is closed housing…and the BL1 has 3 vent holed housing….does having vents in the housing affext sound quality at all? The resolution, the clarity the hours of aural bliss. This is the first Tin HiFi I’ve handled which come with a case. Great review and I couldn’t agree more. What really won me was that music sounds real when listening to the P1. All of the above extends to the likes of the Lynx HILO, and even the Burson Play, both excellent headphone amps/DACs that hiss. That same shiny surface is a fingerprint magnet in a way that is not negligible: it gets stained quite easily even in normal use and just by putting them on and taking them off. 67/120 for the N3s and 82/120 for the P1s. For those who don’t know, planars offer incredible speed, fast transients and very low distortion. Living in Glasgow, Scotland but born and raised near Milan, Italy, I got the the passion for music listening as a legacy from my father and my grandfather. Inside the metal shell is a 10 mm planar driver. I said difficult, but not because those details don’t exist. A review of Tin HiFi’s update to their planar P1: the P2. There’s only one major difference: the foam eartips are now coloured in dark grey instead of the previous beige. That it doesn’t bloom at all? That vignette may be a tough one to overcome if your canals are narrow. As a backdrop to this review, I already have a pair of Sony XBA-N3AP in-ear monitors (IEMs) and they were used for comparison purposes with these TIN HiFi P1 IEMs. How do they compare to the shouer tape iem? The timbre is spot on. The Tin Hifi P1 is the first in-ear closed back planar magnetic model by Tin Hifi and is actually not terribly done. 13 minute read (Last Updated On: November 11, 2019) A budget in-ear monitor (IEM) from China is nothing new. To read more about our reviews of Tin Hifi products on Headfonics click here. The MS4 has a wider and deeper midrange with more emotive vocals, but with bass whose output is comparably insane. But, where the DM6 gets strangely peaky in the highs and ignores some of the most poignant of mids, the P1 is even Stephen, plodding on with wide, focused mids and nary a dip or peak in the high mids and highs. It is a matter of habit, but if you are accustomed to larger in-ear headphones like me you will probably be a bit disorientated. The P1 to be used need an amplifier and to be honest, for me they seem better than the P1. That’s insane as that thing makes hiss almost as much as it makes music. However, to archive the best result from your P2, you will … Banbeucmas. Tin P1 is really something else. Looked on from above, it enters the ear at about 135º, which is probably a safe angle for some ears, but not the all. Rohan says: November 13, 2019 at 2:46 pm Is it good for rock and metal genres…I mostly listen to death,black,speed,grindcore,thrash,gothic and doom.. Just when I think I love a different set, I plug in the P1s and ohh those details, those micro details. Tin Hifi P1 review: Chi-fi planar hype. The P1 uses a 10-millimeter planar-diaphragm driver, so those accustomed to typical earbuds can expect less bass oomph, but a whole lot more intricacy. I paired them to the P1 in random order. Midrange is astonishingly natural and realistic. Linsoul TIN HiFi P1 10mm Planar-diaphragm Driver In-Ear Earphones for Audiophiles Musicians 4.3 out of 5 stars 193. Tin Hifi P1 ($169) The P1 earphone from Tin Hifi has a 10mm planar magnetic driver in a closed back shell. What devilry is this? As P1, after times of testing and designing, P2 adopts a stainless steel polished shell with a matte faceplate and a triangular shape along with an angled nozzle to offer comfortable long time wearing experience and elegant looking. It basically matches the tape with sub base if you amp and eq them properly. This is despite treble presence being everything but shy: it sits in the right spot. @Linuss your P1 feedback is very interesting!!! It is more than sufficiently present to create a warm sound carpet and also has sufficient impact for various music styles. Ich kann aber völlig nachvollziehen wenn nicht alle etwas mit dem P1 anfangen können. This is a marked departure from the T2/Pro/T3. Published 3 Ottobre 2019 by Simone. Mike will be reviewing that one in due course. This is the other Tin HiFi that sits at the poles. Thanks. Tin HiFi P1. She has less experience in IEM , but she said when she try Cupid. We love it so much. Tin T2 Pro Review. The most recent one comes from well-known Tin HiFi (previously known as Tin Audio), who launched their first planar IEMs: the Tin HiFi P1. (But then again, I don’t eat metal, so… I’ll let one of you inform me later.). The P1 uses a 10-millimeter planar-diaphragm driver, so those accustomed to typical earbuds can expect less bass oomph, but a whole lot more intricacy. Inside that box, there’s a nice leatherette carrying case that holds the earphones and removable cable, as well as nine pairs of eartips. £149.99. Prior to that, they are loose and ragged. Removing background noise is not the best quality of the Tin HiFi P1, as they can only do so much in isolating the listener. They are also made to be worn with an ear-hook design. Probably due to the small size of the driver and its use in a closed housing, bass is much less present than on the T4, just south of neutrality. The P1 comes off as slightly dark due to the fact that we have grown accustomed to lower treble being pushed forward. The high level of detail also contributes to the sound seeming real. With the mid-bass it looks different. It’s a bit of a letdown. But if you, like me, place tuning there, then they’re phenomenal. Design & Build Quality Shell. It combines the detail level of the P1 with the smooth mids of the T2 and adds its own improvements in the low end that neither the P1 or T2 can match. Musicians' Gears is a sub-brand of Gears For Ears which solely focuses on to bridge the gap between good quality products that are needed by musicians, sound engineers and producers. Because I do, I miss splash. Banbeucmas. The T2 Pro comes a no-frills cardboard box. Detail is laudable and leads to a rich texture, although the smallest details still elude the grasp of the planar driver. Riccardo, how do these compare to BGVP DM7? What happens when TIN raises the price bar to $109? The impedance is 20 ohms and the sensitivity is 90dB. This schwaaaaper is padded and fits every accessory the P1 comes with. It's … ciao. But how about a budget Chinese IEM with a planar magnetic driver inside? Think of it like this: you’re in your comfy chair in front of a glorious 2,1 channel sound system in a soundproofed room but that 2,1 stereo seems to come from speakers wider set than what’s in front of you. I am really amazed that â¬ 150 earphones can produce this quality. Paired with tips that don’t occlude its grill it the P1 is neutrally bright with good gradient falls off to the side, a mildly deep Z-axis, a bulbous and vignetted 3D soundscape, and rich bass. First off, I think they sounded better than the P1, which was overly forward, lacked any technical ability -- meaning it had very poor soundstage, width, depth, lacked any sort of decay, felt overly sharp, and had decent resolution, but not outstanding. The P1 has a single 10mm planar driver per side. The Tin HiFi P1 shifts from a dual dynamic (T2 / T2 Pro), or a dynamic driver and balanced armature hybrid (T2), to a 10mm planar magnetic driver. The result is something in-between a closed-back IEM and an open one and it is really different from all the other in-ear headphones I’ve tried. Vents are located at the bottom inside leg of the sound tube, and at the tippest part of the forward chevron along the face. Another apparent thing is that, while not immediately contrasty or dynamic along the stereo X or Z axes, the P1’s stereo spread is wide and nuanced tanks to a finely graduated stereo vignette. Please feel free to join the discord, never know who you'll meet! Review; Review: Tin HiFi P1 – Traversing Brave New Frontiers. My college professor once said, … Disclaimer: Linsoul sent the Tin HiFi P1 to me for the purposes of a review here at Headfonics. I can’t believe that this earphone is 169$. 8 Nov 2019 • 5 min read. TIN HiFi P1 Planar Magnetic In-Ear Headphone Review. Of course, if you dislike planar sound signatures, the P1 won’t do it for you. Honest price, incredible sound performance compared to price and easy to drive, if you accept my opinion they are wonderful. Tin Hifi P1 Review - Giant Killing Planar Magnetic Earphones. She can feel she is in a music concert. This bears the grill to the swampy elements of your ear canal. Value with other equipment 1. A lot of my favorite sounding portable and desktop music systems hiss; or, if they don’t hiss, are poorly able to control the high-current requirements of many excellent earphones. November 12, 2020 5 Comments . Skip to content. The positive side is that they should fit in almost any ear, even the smaller ones. They just don’t peak out, or over, any other detail. Unless the internals are a bit wonk, I reckon that the P1 will keep fast its MMCX clips longer and firmer than most earphones on the market. Bravo to Tin HiFi for using low-profile heat shrink. TIN HiFi's T2 has long been regarded as one of the best value IEMs you can buy under $50. The color is also designed to be suitable for audiences as wide as possible. It does the dry flutter damn well. And what richness is shown in the P1. Nathan does not have that one to review. Cabling comes in the form of a 4 ft (1.2 m) MMCX cable, terminating in a 3.5 mm plug. Review: NF Audio NM2+ Review | Reference Grade. Sound performance. A weaker bass response is a well-known drawback of planar technology. Any of the T2 models presents a superficially wider-thrown stage than the P1, in a flat, wall of sound, sort of way. 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