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You may remember a toy called Hit Clips, which offered up tinny-sounding snippets of pop songs on tiny toy cartridges that only worked in specific players.
No matter how many impressive features speakers have, if the sound is even remotely tinny, you can do better.
Those are good for allowing wearers to hear their environments, but the sound can be tinny and unnatural.
The controller microphone’s sound quality is great, but the speakers are tinny, making your friend’s voice sound like it’s coming through an old cellphone.
The sound from the speakers is somewhat tinny and awkwardly loud for people in the room who may be facing the back of the screen.
Compared to that of the entry-level AirPods, the Pixel Buds’ in-ear fit makes audio quality significantly more enjoyable, and gets rid of the tinny quality earbuds typically produce at higher volumes.
When he flew to the back of a chair and perched upon it, his tin feathers rattled against one another with a tinny clatter.
Beyond, the wired tennis-courts give forth a musical, tinny note when attacked.
There was a tinny scream, and a six-inch needle shot up instantly through the surface.
THE JUDAS VALLEYGERALD VANCE
He struck the yellow-keyed piano a vicious blow, producing a tinny and complaining sound.
JILL THE RECKLESSP. G. (PELHAM GRENVILLE) WODEHOUSE

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nudniknoun | [nood-nik ]SEE DEFINITION