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.
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.