In the world of affordable in-ear sound, one name rings more bells than others: Linsoul. Specifically, the line of TIN HiFi in-ear monitors that the company offers that are not only high quality, but also available at a surprisingly attractive price.

Earlier this week, Linsoul opened up pre-orders of the latest long-awaited IEMs in its TIN family, the TIN T4.

More than 2,000 backers have put up hard-earned cash for the latest round of TIN-branded IEMs.

Historically, Linsoul’s TIN line has been fairly neutral sounding, with the exception of the T3. The reportedly T4 follows in the footsteps of its well-received brethren, though early reports indicate a fair amount of low-end when properly sealing using the included foam tips.

It’s also relevant to note that the T4 isn’t absent of a soundstage like most IEMs in this price bracket. While we don’t expect P1-level planar performance out of the units, early reviews have indicated a very favorable response from the public.

In addition to the T4 IEMs, Linsoul also includes the following:

  • 1 silver-plated 3.5mm MMCX cable
  • 6 pairs of silicone tips (3 black, 3 white)
  • 1 pair of foam tips
  • Beautiful brown faux-leather storage box

Pricing on the T4 is fairly reasonable at a modest $109. That puts it within range of the Sennheiser Momentum, Shure SE215, and ThinkSound ms01.

Early buyers will have the opportunity to buy at a deep discount as high as 28 percent:

  • $79 (“Super Early Bird” discount)
  • $89 (“Early Bird” discount)

Interested backers can head over to Indiegogo to reserve their own set – but don’t wait too long. At the time of writing, Linsoul has raised more than $170,000 from prospective buyers, and waiting will only increase the price one will pay to pick a pair of these hallmark IEMs.

Linsoul says that units will begin shipping this month and that buyers interested in a discount will have until November 30th to purchase before the price increases to $109.