Dorado

Dorado is a hybrid design;  Our 8.5mm beryllium PVD dynamic driver is paired with two balanced armatures + T.A.E.C. All captured in a unique liquid metal alloy housing.
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Dorado

$999.00 $599.00

Dorado is a hybrid design;  Our 8.5mm beryllium PVD dynamic driver is paired with two balanced armatures + T.A.E.C. All captured in a unique liquid metal alloy housing.
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Best of Both Worlds

Our custom 8.5mm Beryllium PVD digaphram transducer is paired with a dual high frequency Balanced armature transducers and coupled in our Liquid Alloy Metal enclosure.

The Dorado delivers on the promise of hybrid designs; excellent detail with a viseral punchiness to the low end.

Dorado by Campfire Audio

Best of Both Worlds

Our custom 8.5mm Beryllium PVD digaphram transducer is paired with a dual high frequency Balanced armature transducers and coupled in our Liquid Alloy Metal enclosure.

The Dorado delivers on the promise of hybrid designs; excellent detail with a viseral punchiness to the low end.

Beryllium PVD Diaphragm

Campfire Audio is proud to be the first company to use a revolutionary breakthrough speaker technology implemented exclusively for in-ear monitors, a Beryllium PVD dynamic driver.

Our revolutionary Beryllium PVD material is fantastic in our 8.5mm driver. Due to it’s ridgid nature, it delivers clarity and dynamics with ease. In the Dorado, this driver is optimized to cross-over nicely with the dual balanced armature drivers.

Dorado by Campfire Audio

Liquid Alloy Metal Body

Ultra high density, remarkable mechanical strength and excellent acoustic properties compelled us to utilize Liquid Alloy Metal with our updated dynamic driver line.

Dorado by Campfire Audio

Liquid Alloy Metal Body

Ultra high density, remarkable mechanical strength and excellent acoustic properties compelled us to utilize Liquid Alloy Metal with our updated dynamic driver line.

Soaring High with T.A.E.C.

Dual high frequency drivers discard a traditional ‘tube & damper’ tuning system for our new Tuned Acoustic Expansion Chamber™ (TAEC).

3-D printed chamber provides the acoustic tuning without compression. As a result, high frequencies are extended and open, providing an unmatched sonic quality unique to Campfire Audio earphones.

Dorado by Campfire Audio

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Highlights

Super Durable Finish

Dorado is offered with a PVD ‘Sunrise’ finish. This visually appealing and long lasting finish keeps your Dorado looking great for years to come.

Extra Strong MMCX

Our custom Beryllium Copper MMCX eliminates the traditional shortcomings of the connection and harnesses all of its benefits. Beryllium Copper provides a robust mating mechanism; one that is typcially made from soft brass. This selection of a harder material extends the life of component and the earphone.

Individually Inspected

Close attention to detail is critical to delivering you the superior musical experience from our earphones. We test and pair each individual earphone, Left and Right, to establish its conformity to our firmly established tuning and performance criteria. The result is a pair of earphones made for each other that you can feel good about.


Included Accessories

Black Case by Campfire Audio

Campfire Audio Textured Black Earphone Case

Litz Cable

Campfire Audio Litz Cable – Silver Plated Copper Conductors with Berylium Copper MMCX and 3.5mm Stereo Plug


SPINFIT Tips (xs/s/m/l) – Campfire Audio Earphone Tips(s/m/l) – Silicon Earphone Tips (s/m/l) – Campfire Audio Lapel Pin – Cleaning Tool


Packaging Details


Authentic Campfire Audio Earphone Packaging

USA Made “French Paper Company” Paper

Printed Locally in Portland, Oregon USA

Authentic Warranty Number Sticker – Matches Interior Warranty Card


Technical Specifications

Specifications

5Hz–27 kHz Frequency Response

107 dB SPL/mW Sensitivity

15 Ohms @ 1kHz Impedance

Features

Beryllium / Copper MMCX Connections

Liquid Alloy Metal Shell

8.5mm Beryllium PVD Diaphram Dynamic Driver

Dual Balanced Armature High Freqeuncy Drivers

Tuned Accoustic Expansion Chamber (T.A.E.C.)


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5 reviews for Dorado

  1. Abdulelah Al-Marri (verified owner)

    Best IEM the money could possibly buy. If you compared it to its competitors, such as, Shure SE846 and Senneheiser IE800; the dorado’s offer much better value than its competitors like having a better cable and case. In addition, the Dorado’s have much better build quality and a beautiful rose gold like finish. The finish is so utterly gorgeous that you could just wear them as an accessory. Moving on to sound quality, the bass is unreal probably out of this world especially if you like bassy songs (Justice-Woman, Randy). However, it’s preferable to have good DAC portable one of course, such as, Chord MOJO. If not, I highly suggest save your money on buying a good DAC then consider buying a high end IEM ,in order to, reach its full potential. Seal is crucial to have good bass response; I highly suggest trying all the foam tips when you receive your IEM’s. All in all, the Dorado’s are so good that will make you listen to your whole music library all over again: which is great.

  2. MC (verified owner)

    Dorado is my first pair of iem and it’s splendid! I really love the deep bass! Foam tips is the way to go with Dorado.

  3. tao_master69 (verified owner)

    I dont have any other high ends to compare them to, but with that being said, they are the best headphones I have ever heard in my life. Great for electronic music genres. Worth every penny, robust build quality, excellent sound quality!

  4. tao_master69 (verified owner)

    Had a chance to break these in and compare them to the Vega’s. The Dorado may be slightly cheaper than Vega, but dont be fooled the sound quality is equal in quality but different in character. To my ears the Dorado has a very slight XxX sound signature but almost flat. The bass is warm, booming, deep and strong but not overly aggressive. The Mids are sweet, creamy, airy and clear. The Treble is snappy, hypnotic, very defined, surgical but by no means sterile. Dorado has a very hypnotic, magical, angelic, heavenly airiness to it that is mesmerizing. I listen primarily to electronic music, to me it sound best with, Trance, House, Chillout, Chillstep, Ambient, Smooth Jazz, Ballads, easy listening, and softer more melodic Pop music. It has the kind of sound that will send you into a fantasy dream land and make you forget reality. Does NOT do well with aggressive music, movies or video games. I love them, they shine in more relaxed genre’s and do not do well in aggressive genre’s. Amazing a master at their niche, but definitely not a jack of all trades.

  5. yiannis (verified owner)

    My trip with Campfire Audio started only 6 month ago, when I first purchased the Polaris-II (yes I was at that “level” at that -very recent- time).
    And this was the purchase that changed everything: I loved so much their sound signature that I wanted more of this, but in a more refined-detailed way.
    I then went for the Lyra-II, big step up from the Polaris-II (in terms of clarity) and although I loved them too, I still wanted something with more bass (closest to the Polaris-II) than what the Lyra-II could give.
    So, there appeared the ATLAS: oh Gosh, w-h-a-t a h-e-l-l o-f a s-o-u-n-d… Divine sound. But, the fitting problem (the only, but huge for me disandantage of the ATLAS) was so inconvienient that these IEMs where falling off my ears unless I was using them at home, but never while I was moving arround… I tried every possible fiting position with them and with every eartip I had, but still that fiting problem was the big downfall so I decided to give them. Unfortunately.
    After reading some reviews, I decided to pull the trigger for the DORADO and that was finally my wisest move -till now-: this is the sound as I want it to be; in my car, at my home’s speakers, over the ears, in-ears, I mean, I L-O-V-E DORADO so so much, they are like they were made exclusively for myself! I don’t know who designed these, Ken or someone else, but it’s like they were custom-made for my own self…. I read some complaints in reviews arround the net, about the long nozzle and even that I previously had that huge fiting problem with the ATLAS, the DORADO is like they took my earptints and made this beauty exclusively for me…
    Right now I’m waiting for the VEGA, not because I’m not 100% covered by the DORADO, but because I miss sometimes that gigantic sound the ATLAS give.
    To close here, I’d like to add that during this same time of the last 6 months, I have tried many different IEMs from many other companies (Astell&Kern, JH Audio, Final Audio, Custom Art, Fiio, etc.) and Ken’s Campfire is by far my personal preference in terms of sound signature. The sound as it has to be.

Questions and answers of the customers

  1. 0 votes
    A The Dorado has a solid fit and should easily stay put with the included earphone tips.
  2. 0 votes
    Q What kind of sound Signature they produce? answer now
    Asked on November 15, 2016 10:09 pm
    A To me these sounded rather warm. Bass is prominent, which is a plus seeing as these have the nicest low-end I've ever heard in an IEM - but ... Read more

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