EINSEAR T2 – Review



| 10 mm Driver |

? The EINSEAR T2 are not the most famous earphone you might hear named around but with braided cables and metallic construction we will see how they hold up to our tests. The EINSEAR T2 have a 10 mm dynamic driver inside their metallic housings, the overall construction quality feels solid yet lightweight. The housings are actually built of a combination of metal parts and plastic parts but with a resulting good feel. The cables are braided and will help combat any tangling problems quite effectively, through out the cable the cable bifurcation piece and stereo plug are built in metal with the same color pattern as the housings but the mic/control, despite sharing the same color and resembling metal, it is made of plastic. As we just mentioned, an inline microphone and 1-button control is found on the cables of the EINSEAR T2 which will allow you to skip tracks, play/pause music and answer/reject calls. You can buy the EINSEAR T2 in red with black cables, grey with grey cables or golden with sort of white-goldenish cables.

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EINSEAR T2 - Review

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Accessories & Packaging

A small and basic packaging is provided with the EINSEAR T2 but fortunately inside you will find a velvety soft carrying pouch and 2 extra pair of eartips.


EINSEAR T2 - Accessories
EINSEAR T2 – Accessories


Bass & Sub Bass

The 10 mm dynamic driver of the EINSEAR T2 responds well providing strong mid-bass punch and deep sub-bass while not sounding too boosted. Their overall bass style will be able to fulfill any bass requisites. With an EQ extra punch and depth is added but things start to get boomy and the sound signature falls a bit on the muffled side. Putting the EINSEAR T2 through our extreme bass tests they were capable of taking up to 46% of the maximum power of a Fiio E12 Mont Blanc portable amplifier while setting it to high gain, turning on it’s bass boost and using a custom basshead EQ. The results were an exponential increase of punch and depth with some impact and rumble but they could not reach the level of the KZ ATE or the Xiaomi Mi Pro HD. Of course you cannot expect on the basshead level of the Pioneer SE-CX8, Sony MDR-EX800st, Senfer 4in1Puma Bulldogs, Plextone X41M or the KZ ZST.


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Mids & Vocals

Higher mids sound clear and do not get harsh. Lower mids and vocals can sound somewhat distant at times and lacking some energy. Applying an EQ there was a strong improvement of lower vocals removing the distant feel, higher mids were able to remain under control without becoming harsh.



Highs & Treble

The highs of the EINSEAR T2 have enough brightness and some detail but by any means they will be the most detailed earphone that you can find. There are no piercing highs while some sibilance is perceivable (yet within tolerable) An EQ makes a noticeable increment of brightness and adds a bit of extra detail, piercing highs remain under control but sibilance becomes disturbing.





Sound Leak

Sound leaking out of these earphones is fairly low, a bit better than most average earphones yet it will be heard if moderate high volumes are set or if used in highly quiet environments.



Sound Isolation

Sound isolation is average, with a noticeable reduction of the hearable surrounding noises but will not provide a strong level of isolation unless medium-high to high volume levels are used.




The housings of the EINSEAR T2 might not be the smallest one of the block but neither are big, they have the right size as to be easy to grab and still not too protruding. The back end of the housings narrow down giving an even more manageable place to grasp them. The overall design and the lightweight and tangle-free braided cables make out of the EINSEAR T2 a highly comfortable earphone that can be worn for prolonged time without any in-ear pain.



Response to Equalization

The response to EQ was in general effective and noticeable with some slight problems at times. Bass clearly got deeper and punchier but with a general muffled and boomy sensation; mids had a very worthy improvement on the lower vocals; highs added brightness and detail while sibilance got out of control.


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Frequency Response (raw)

EINSEAR T2 Frequency Response

EINSEAR T2 - Frequency Response
EINSEAR T2 – Frequency Response



Driver Unit10mm
Power Capacity20mW
Impedance16 ohms
Frequency Response20-20,000Hz
CordY-type, round cord
Cord Length1.2m
PlugL shaped stereo mini plug
WeightApprox. 10.7g
Supplied Accessories3x Earphone tips; carrying pouch

We highly discourage anyone from trying to apply our testings to your own earphones, the risk of damaging or permanently breaking your iems is absolutely probable to happen. With our standardized equalization and amplification tests we push the limits of the earphones to the extreme. If anyway you decide to do so, we cannot be held responsible of the damage done to your equipment. Do it at your own risk.