The P1 manages to walk the line between neutral and lifeless quite well and never strays away from neutral or into lifeless territory. It's a good size so the earphones are not having to be jammed inside and there is also room for a few extra ear tips and at a push perhaps a second cable. However, the P1 goes above and beyond that when it comes to sound. Think of it as similar to a good sized listening room rather than a concert hall and you have a pretty good understanding of what you’ll get. TIN HiFi P1 Planar Magnetic In-Ear Headphone Review. Of the best planar magnetic headphones in this guide, they are some of the easiest to disassemble and modify, making them an excellent option for headphone enthusiasts who are interested in modding headphones. The Tin Hifi P1 is a very special earphone and in my opinion, they are not just a bang for buck earphone, but one of the best IEM’s on the planet right now. The Tin HiFi P1 are a highly competent product and they are not just a “planar for planar’s sake” – they are actually compelling in-ear headphones with great sound quality. Posted on June 28, 2019 August 30, 2019 by Oscar Stewart. I found the xDSD, XD-05, and Walnut V2 all were able to drive the T1 markedly better than attempting to use a phone alone. The P2 improves over the same with an upgraded second-generation Planar Magnetic driver units. (Various) About saying they are better than TOTL IEM’s. Nozzles exit near the center of the earpiece with a steep forward rake and a fairly short nozzle that limits insertion depth and by extension isolation. At any price? The Tin Hifi P1 has an ultra-thin 10mm planar diaphragm that is incredibly fast and capable of (in theory) resolving an immense amount of detail. With its the revolutionary 10-millimeter planar-diaphragm driver, the TIN HiFi P1 delivers a high resolution and impressive sound with bass which would be the audiophiles best choice. So let's jump into more depth in the full Tinhifi P1 review below. These are a top of the line earphones at an entry-level earphone price. I also like that they haven’t paved a gaudy path and the packaging here is kept classy with a black and white color scheme and bold fonts. The top folds open and on the inside, the earphones beautifully presented set in the protective foam and with their leather carry case just above. This, in combination with the surprisingly small size, made them very easy to fit and a joy to use. It features an ultra-thin but flexible diaphragm unit producing a smooth sound output with rich clarity. With the right choice of tips, at some point you even forget that you have something in your ear. Detachable MMCX Cable These earphones adopt a detachable design. Not hard to drive per say as they are rated at 20 ohms but I am finding that the players used for this review required the volume turned up significantly over my Campfire Audio Solaris and Shure SE846. The cable is just okay. Are the P1 hard to drive because they are planar? Disclaimer: this sample comes from Linsoul Audio, who provided it free of charge. In recent years the hobby has gone off the deep end with what is considered acceptable pricing practices. Planar magnetic drivers. As always, with so many good choices, audition as many as you can before purchase, but be sure the P1 is on your list. In many ways, they are allowed to shine because the excellent bass doesn’t take center stage and the mids sit a little back from neutral. The P1's are Tin's current flagship. The other thing I noticed while listening for stage is that the P1 has a larger than average stereo separation and that spread can be mistaken for stage at times. Yes, like the Audeze LCDi-4 or a iSine 20, no joke. Maybe this was the plan all along, perhaps they knew what they had going for them and decided to turn the whole market on its head. I think for those who like a darker, thinner signature with less treble lift than average, the P1 will fit very well. The build quality is, as we’ve come to expect from Tin Hifi, excellent. The P2 features a second-generation Planar Magnetic driver unit with a precise balanced sound tuning. Forums. If you have a portable amp you love but hisses, the P1 also might be a good bet. So what then about the allrounder? It's so different from other earphones it’s tough to explain because it is so very unique. Amazon Today we review the Tin Hifi P1, an earphone utilizing the latest hot tech in Chi-Fi; planar magnetic drivers. The metal construction inspires a lot of confidence as to the long term durability of the IEM and the medium length tubes and grills are also constructed of metal. Sub-bass isn’t elevated, but is very present even at lower volume levels and can be an almost visceral punch with volume at the upper end of safe listening range. When I do take price into the equation however it does seem like I would be paying 850ish more dollars just for better build or aesthetics and a brand name. This is an important piece of gear because a lot of people will now have access to a far higher level of fidelity than their budget would have normally allowed them before the P1 hit the market. Add a driver on the inside and tag on an extra $200 to the price tag. The build is very well made, and looks from afar like the head of a … When something is so good, and people praise it so highly, it often gets overlooked in disbelief that its a hype train, but in my mind, these are the real deal. The mids sit so perfectly in the overall presentation as well, they are beautiful, but they don’t fight for dominance they don’t suffer from an upper mid spike and the is absolutely zero encroachment into them from the low end. Additional source were the Spectra X from Nextdrive and my 02 DAC and amp. The soundstage is still inside your head, but it's impressive and most likely different from anything you have heard. For all the other, you can just go to the next page to see how the P1 performs. I know people will throw accusations of shilling (I have had zero contact with Tin Hifi, and Linsoul are quite open about letting me have free rain to say whatever I want about the products they send over for review). The DAP’s used were the Xuelin X8, SE100. Speed contributes greatly to the bass as attack is instantaneous and decay nearly as quick. Linsoul TIN HiFi P1 10mm Planar-Diaphragm Driver in-Ear Earphones with Detachable MMCX Cable for Audiophiles Musicians 4.3 out of 5 stars 197 $169.00 $ 169 . It's absolutely bizarre and addictive. It was immediate when getting into the listening portion of the review that we see that the planar technology in the P1 isn’t just snake oil. 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. No bleed or bloom, and no obvious transition points from one thing into the next. Covering headphones, IEM, amps, dacs, cables & DAP's. For large soundstage and just an incredible listening experience, I would take the Campfire Audio Solaris. Planars are known for having good stage size and control, while closed back nearly sealed designs are generally regarded as the worst possible design for sound stage reproduction. SOLD [FS] Tin HiFi P1 Planar Magnetic IEM Home. The P1 is now currently Tin HiFi’s newest flagship priced at an MSRP of $169. They are so prominent in the presentation but are in no ways sibilant. This is related to sound. Overall, well done. 00 Tin Hifi P1: a rough diamond. These can be purchased directly from Linsoul or from their Amazon Store here. The P1 are decent isolators depending on your insertion depth and tips used. I can more than happily listen to EDM all day on them (It is my preferred genre). The P1 comes off as slightly dark due to the fact that we have grown accustomed to lower treble being pushed forward. Internals: The P1 uses a 10mm planar-magnetic driver. I had someone ask about these or the DM6 and in my opinion its these every single time. Some people won’t buy that of course but they are no more right or wrong than I am in their opinion on the matter. Well, no, and the treble is where the planar driver usually struggles and so does the P1, a little. It's fast and, yes you guessed it, detailed. Imaging is spot on with movements and spatial cues being superbly done. Tin Hifi have gone the extra mile in producing something that would not be out of place on more expensive audio products. Looks are always subjective, but in my mind, the P1 is an attractive set of earphones. A while back, Tin HiFi dipped their toes into planar waters. As I alluded to above the shape of the P1 is very angular but it is designed in a way that will work well with almost everyone's ears. Planar technology can be thought of as a dynamic driver that combines the voice-coil and diaphragm of a dynamic driver into a single unit which allows the diaphragm to move as a single unit, so air moves more evenly and transients are faster than a dynamic driver. is a review site for high-end audiophile headphones and earphones. Images from www.audiophileon.com are subject to license. The cable and tips are hidden inside the case or under the tray which gives the kit a nice clean look. Review: Tin HiFi P1 Planar Magnetic IEM. A planar diaphragm with a thin conducting part is suspended in a permanent magnetic field, on either side of a magnet. I have no idea how this market is going to take them. Design wise they are OK. Bass is fast, clean, deep, impactful, and exacting. 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). Its no skin off my nose but one of the best things about this site over the years has been finding products that stand out in giving ordinary people a chance to experience the best sound quality for their money. The sound is smooth, clean packed full of detail retrieval it's a very interesting listen, and it was tough to get my head around that I wasn’t listening to a set of $1000 earphones. Thread starter lalama; Start date Jun 10, 2020; Tags tin audio p1 tin hifi p1; Type For Sale Currency USD Price 1 Shipping Destinations United States Or … It makes use of a micro planar-magnetic driver, similar to those used in Audeze’s iSine series but downscaled to fit in an actual IEM shell that can be fully sealed. The P1 retails for $169, but has a special introductory price of $149 at launch (20th June 2019). It’s not that the stock color is terrible but how cool would an all silver top to bottom IEM look? A clear bead slider rounds out the furniture. The pair has a premium aluminum build with a high-purity fully balanced 2.5mm terminated cable in the package. Tin HiFi is one of the first companies to produce an easy-to-drive planar magnetic IEM for the budget-conscious, hoping to bring cutting-edge technology to the masses. The P1 is a fantastic way for a beginner to get acquainted with the sound of planar magnetic. A good seal is essential with these earphones, more so than with others that are more forgiving to incorrect application. There seems to be a lot of interest in this IEM which I am glad to see and I have started to get a few questions already. Treble stays fairly linear with the rest of the signature up through about 5kHz where it falls fairly sharply. If you don’t want to believe me, then don’t. The way these earphones resolve detail is just incredible. So I split into those three categories as a priority for myself. The prominence of the top end and the overall crazy presentation of the P1 may initially cause people to dismiss the low end because your focus at first is drawn away from it. If you are planning on pairing the P1 to a tablet or phone directly, I highly recommend you audition them before purchase to make certain the device has adequate power to handle them well. The P1 was born, then a massive step up in terms of pricing: a $170 MSRP in comparison to their then second-in-line, the $70 T3. The P1 has a nominal impedance of 20Ω and a sensitivity of 96 dB/mW but does require considerable power to drive. The T2 was instantly a hit, and whilst the T2 Pro fell a tad short, the T3 was able to make up for its shortcomings. I know that people want to believe that more money means you have a better product. I honestly believe that Tin has put out this IEM with the view to compete in the low mid-priced range of the market but without realizing they have produced an earphone that can easily compete on sound with some of the most expensive earphones on the planet. This has become the norm of late and gives the user the option of enhancing bass with the tips (wide bore) or going for a more reference sound (narrow). Got a Question? Bass is more than sub-bass although I understand where people are coming from. There is one small vent behind the nozzle that keeps the P1 from being completely sealed, but it still acts very much as a closed model. In regards to sub bass it has some but not a lot and anything above sub bass has good impact. Briefly they were put through a Burson amp but I didn’t do any significant listening with it. Pros:  Very linear signature with great tonality, very comfortable for long wear, doesn’t elevate sub-bass or vocals, Cons:  vocals not pushed forward,  requires a powerful source, Tube Rolling the Little Dot MK3se (6DJ8/6922). I would make a choice based on what suits my listening preferences, comfort and build requirements. For the most part, a lot of IEM manufacturers pull their pricing model out their backside. The TinHifi P1 doesn’t use a dynamic driver, nor balanced drivers. I’d steer you away if you listen to a lot of loud, distorted music that calls for a warmer sound signature. Its a braided unit with some memory in it and but it's not prone to tangles. For those who don’t know, planars offer incredible speed, fast transients and very low distortion. I will add the ones I think relevant here with my opinions. I have no financial interest in Tinhifi or Linsoul and have received no incentives or direction from either in the production of this review. I think the P1 sits right on that border of needs an amp, so if in doubt, audition first or plan on using an amp. They decay and fall off on high notes is excellent making them perfect for classical and jazz, and I the speed keeps well up when things get fast and complicated. No better than that. I tried to be clear on this but its obvious that a few people get carried away and misinterpret the intent. It came as somewhat of a shock when Tin announced that they would be releasing their flagship P1, a $169 pair of planar magnetic IEMs. There are no accessories hidden away underneath as all the extras are stuffed into the carry case. A bump at roughly 10kHz adds back some top end sparkle and air. Tin Hifi P1 Review - Giant Killing Planar Magnetic Earphones The Tin Hifi P1 is a very special earphone and in my opinion, they are not just a bang for buck earphone, but one of the best IEM’s on the planet right now. The main area where this giant-killing has raised its head has been inexpensive Chinese IEM’s taking on the mid-priced/low mid-priced earphones. In my opinion they make previous attempts at planar IEM's seem lacklustre or just plain bad, and an awful lot of high end IEMs too, so I'm curious to see how other companies react. That is far to bold a statement because there is no single best headphone, but when looking at what to buy and price not considered they need to be considered alongside the flagships of any other brand. It isn’t just a new way of marketing earphones to us. They do scale well when moving to better sources and they don’t work well with poor source files. The shells are stainless steel 2 part design with the nozzle being integral to the inner half of the shell. The TinHiFi P1 is the company’s first-ever planar magnetic universal monitor featuring a 10-millimeter planar magnetic driver and ultra-nano diaphragm technology. The P1 has a single 10mm planar driver per side. In some areas one will win out and in others it will flip. It's not that they use expensive materials or over the top integrate design its just simple and clean looking with suitable enough materials to distinguish itself as a premium product. Christopher Coke Updated: May 3, 2020 9:02 PM Posted: Nov 12, 2019 5:16 PM Category: Hardware Reviews 0. The triangle or wedge shape is very nicely suited to be nestled into the slot between your tragus and anti-tragus and the smooth edges mean that no discomfort is caused when doing so. All the tracks I listen to just pop. Firsly I would like to thank Linsoul for this sample to review. The P1 uses a 10mm planar-magnetic driver. P1 uses our new approach to developing earphone and acoustic technology. Its the clarity, the speed, the definition, and the micro details it's all there you are missing nothing with these earphones. FiiO FH7 Hybrid IEMs - Has FiiO just out-done $1000+ IEMs for under $500? I found that my Burson Fun tends to hiss with very sensitive IEMs (not what it was designed for, I know) but was nearly dead silent with the P1 so its lower sensitivity might help tame that for you too. Almost in spite of itself, the P1 manages to deliver enough warmth to keep it from seeing overly dry although it does certainly lean that direction. It shows just how far this hobby has come in a few years because if you handed it to me in 2015, I would be giving it the thumbs up. Tin HiFi P1. The Tin Hifi P1 are now available to buy on Linsoul for $169 and Massdrop for $149 introductory. The build quality is good but the don’t look like offerings from Campfire, Noble, Shure etc. Planar Magnetic Goodness:- Tin HiFi P1 is a highly appreciated product from the brand using their finely tuned Planar Magnetic drivers. The First Planar IEM of TIN HiFi Brand The new flagship P1 features the revolutionary 10-millimeter planar-diaphragm driver with high-resolution, lifelike sound and it will impress the market and the most demanding audiophiles by offering planar in-ear headphones All opinions expressed are my own subjective findings It’s almost surreal the way they sound pulling detail and clarity and separation from every angle. At times the reference signature lets every nuance and detail be heard and makes for a very interesting listen, at other times, that lack of anything splashy or any spill over from mid-bass into mids will make the P1 seem a bit thin even if it is technically correct. The P1 is actually fairly close to neutral with the exception of the dip between 5kHz and 10kHz. Tin Hifi P1 Review - Giant Killing Planar Magnetic Earphones, Shure has put out an electrostatic earphone, LG Tone Free Review - HBS-FN6 True Wireless Earbuds, Anker Soundcore Spirit X2 Review - True Wireless Earbuds, ThieAudio Monarch Review - Exceptional Flagship Earphones. A wide variety of tips are included in the box as well with two sizes of foams, 3 sizes of single flange narrow bore silicones, and 3 sizes of wide bore silicone tips. It’s outstanding. Other than my obvious preference for 90º jacks for durability reasons, I really like the cable as it is extremely flexible and very quiet without any issues with tangles. The bass quality wise is exceptional on the P1 its very detailed and layered yet natural. Roughly 1/3 extra volume. It is my personal opinion that this is the best value IEM in all of the audio right now. looks wise the finish is similar to the Campfire Audio Comet we reviewed last year. It's not a class-leading isolator but its more than adequate and about par for the course from what I have come to expect from monitor style designs. Its an almost holographic assault of sound coming from every direction and some of the most clearly defined separation from earphones at any price. I believe you have a tool for the job and a single set of earphones is never going to be perfect for every scenario or genre of music. Introducing the TIN HiFi P1 TIN HiFi has launched its newest flagship model - the TIN HiFi P1. The new flagship P1 features the revolutionary 10-millimeter planar-diaphragm driver with high-resolution, lifelike sound and it will impress the market and the most demanding audiophiles by offering planar in-ear headphones rich in bass response at an affordable It aims to provide you with a very balanced and accurate sound experience. The big selling point of the Tin Hifi P2 is the planar magnetic driver. The Exterior is almost oval shaped with a wider rear than front. scott@audiophileon.com, Audiophileon.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to www.amazon.com www.amazon.co.uk www.amazon.ca, Audiophile On is a copyright owner by AudiophileOn.com ©2014. The seam is visible at the mid-line of the shell, but fit is good with no gaps or glue visible and very little space around the mmcx connector where it mates to the shell. The highs are ridiculously good and a real highlight of the sound. Guitar growl is quite good, but here again doesn’t linger long. You compare them to high end IEM’s is this just sound or an overall package? Vocals sound especially great with a slight touch of warmth combined with lots of separation and details. Sound quality is where the TinHifi P1 excel. That isn’t saying those details are not present, just that they are not forced forward into the mix where they are easily seen. The cable provided with the P1 is a 4 wire braid made of 5N oxygen-free copper from the straight 3.5mm jack up to the splitter and then exits as two pairs of twisted wires. The P1 are designed to be worn with the cable going over the ear and though they have a somewhat triangular look to them the edges and smooth and contoured. The Tin P1 comes in a very cute mirrored metal shell that is very small and thin, but has a long wide nozzle. Inside the case, you get some ear tips, and here we have two sizes of comply foam style tips, three sizes of short length wide bore tips and three sizes of long tip small bore tips. It is as linear as any I have heard in the class and might give the Empire ESR a run for its money at times (although I think the detail level of the ESR is considerably better than the P1). I am going to sing the praises of these IEM’s so blatantly and loudly that I expect plenty of people to be skeptical. No no, the P1 sports a planar driver. Its Planar tech that sits inside the P1 and this technology up until very recently has been the preserve of full-size audiophile headphones from the likes of Audeze and Hifiman. The sonic sound characteristics of the P2 are speed, detail and clarity, which are extending to the whole sound spectrum. Surely I am joking the Tin Hifi P1 can’t compete with the top of the line IEM’s? The P1 are a massive surprise that I hope many many people get to enjoy them as I do: excellent sound, excellent price, outstanding earphones! It is the latest flagship offering from the brand with a successful Planar Magnetic driver just like the P1 offering the best sound quality experience to its users. The one caveat is for those used to an upper-mid bump to bring the vocals forward into the mix, the P1 may well seem odd at first. While I’m at it I want to request changing the cable color to silver to match the aesthetics of the housing but seen as Tin Hifi this is purely an aesthetic preference of mine I won’t mark it down any. The P1 is probably the best reference in ear below $200. After the humongous success of the Tin HiFi P1 Planar driver IEMs, Tin has now announced the Tin HiFi P2. The TinHifi P1 use super thin nano-diaphragm of only 1 micron thickness for their planar driver, wich promise wide dynamic response and super fast transient response. I say shined up because anything this shiny is going to be prone to fingerprints and the P1 is no exception. Tin Hifi P2 Tech - A planar magnetic driver in an earphone. To my ear, stage is fairly well shaped without being lopsided in any given direction but is fairly small in all dimensions. The P1 comes in a lift-top style presentation case in understated black and silver. Layering follows suit as the speed of the driver keeps things from getting thick even when complexity increases. In my mind, these are the headphones to buy right now and to be clear; I am not saying they are the best headphones in the world right now. A $169 in-ear cannot be perfect, can it? The Tin Hifi P2 2nd generation planar magnetic earphone has stainless steel shells and C-type 2-pin connector sockets. *disclaimer: This sample was provided for the purpose of writing a review, no incentive was given to write a favourable review. I mean this is really really special. It is priced at $169. There are expensive products that suck in comparison to cheaper offerings (Looking right at you Ultrasone & Final) and conversely cheap earphones that outperform expensive ones. Now that it’s finding its way into in-ear models can only be a good thing as manufacturers now have another way to create their sound. The packaging for the P1 is excellent. Soundstage on the P1 is a mix of its component parts. A detailed earphone that sounds good with almost anything and delivers an authentic high fidelity experience. The stainless steel metal body comes chrome finished and when shined up the look very nice indeed. Covering headphones, IEM, amps, dacs, cables & DAP's. Headphones for Sale / Trade. Now you might be thinking a $150 headphone cannot compete with headphones up to and over $1000? Currawong 39,615 views I know that a lot of people are going to disagree with this. 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