Moondrop Starfield vs Tin HIFI T4 Comparison Chart

It's amazing what sound you can get from a $100 IEM, as companies like Moondrop and TIN HIFI are proving. But as more of these spectacular, budget-firnedly options hit the market, it can be overwhelming to make a purchasing choice. Here's a side-by-side comparison of the Moondrop Starfield and TIN HIFI T4 to make things a little easier for you.

Moondrop Starfield






10mm super-aligned CNT array dynamic driver with dual chamber

10mm CNT dynamic driver


122dB/Vrms (@1kHz)

102 +/-3dB (@1kHz)


32Ω +/- 15% (@1kHz)

32Ω +/- 15%

Frequency response

10Hz - 36,000Hz 10Hz - 20,000Hz


0.78 2-pin MMCX connector


24AWG OFC Litz copper cable 0.03/63C+200D enameled wire*1C+0.08/28C silver-plated enameled winding, transparent TPU cable


CNC-carved aluminum


Influencer Opinion: Z Reviews

"I guess the Starfields are my new recommendation."

"It's so vanilla-sounding yet so amazing. It's one of those IEMs that no one can be offended by it. Only a basshead who wants their eardrums to rattle out will be like meh. But if you're just looking for an actual clear sound...?"

"These are fucking good plus 10.5%."

"These are weightless."

"This shape makes it really fucking comfortable."

"This sounds like if you took the TIn T2s and....upgraded them....this feels like they're taking smooth and wide, and bumping the cost of the driver up,...and then dumping a nice smooth buttery amount of low-end on there....and that's great."

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