Mammoth

Huge Sound
Hybrid Design
Optimized 3D Printed Acoustic Chambers
Glow Treatment

6 customer reviews

$549.00

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campfire audio mammoth iem

Mammoth

Mighty Beast

Across the vast frozen tundra, a massive beast roams free; Mammoth. This earphone’s muscular musical definition and epic sonic proportions summon images of this historic creature’s grandeur.

The Campfire Audio Mammoth has a bold and vibrant sound that offers a surprising combination of visceral fun and technical brawn. It is an earphone you’ll find yourself turning to again and again as it injects raw power to propel your favorite recordings to new sonic heights.

Frequency Response

High
High-Mid
Mid
Low-Mid
Low

ListeningTechno, Hip-hop, Pop, Neo-soul, Funk, Soundtrack, Drum n’ Bass, Breakbeat, Industrial, Synthwave, Psy-trance, IDM, EDM, Prog Rock, Psych Rock, Experimental, House

ProductionDrums, Bass, Beat Production, DJ

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Tusks & Bone

Formidable Hybrid Technology

This hybrid beast delivers enormous amounts of fun. Your favorite tracks are given a new life with the expansive outstretched sound stage and meaty frequency response. Hunting for new tracks and returning to old favorites has a new excitement with Mammoth. Its primal sound engages you immediately with its incredible presence, triggering a flood of endorphins each time you listen.

The ‘guts’ of this creation contain a custom balanced armature for highs, a single custom BA for mids, and a new custom 10mm bio-cellulose diaphragm dynamic driver. This dynamic driver has an old-school sound; floor toms, kicks, and bass hits to holographic realism.

campfire audio mammoth iem

Tusks & Bone

Formidable Hybrid Technology

This hybrid beast delivers enormous amounts of fun. Your favorite tracks are given a new life with the expansive outstretched sound stage and meaty frequency response. Hunting for new tracks and returning to old favorites has a new excitement with Mammoth. Its primal sound engages you immediately with its incredible presence, triggering a flood of endorphins each time you listen.

The ‘guts’ of this creation contain a custom balanced armature for highs, a single custom BA for mids, and a new custom 10mm bio-cellulose diaphragm dynamic driver. This dynamic driver has an old-school sound; floor toms, kicks, and bass hits to holographic realism.

Aurora Allure

Channeling Northern Lights

The Campfire Audio Mammoth is adorned with glow-in-the-dark elements. The Campfire Audio inlay logo, the new ‘Smoky Glow’ cable overmolds, and the ‘All Seeing Eye’ case features. Charge them with light and enjoy the show when the lights go out, and the stars come into view. 

The Mammoth shell is machined from aluminum and anodized ‘frozen tundra’ blue. It is set with black tri-lobe screws, and a black PVD finished stainless steel spout. Mammoth is completed with our custom beryllium copper mmcx connector, ensuring years of stable performance from your cable connection.

campfire audio mammoth iem

Aurora Allure

Channeling Northern Lights

The Mammoth is adorned with glow-in-the-dark elements. The Campfire Audio inlay logo, the new ‘Smoky Glow’ cable overmolds, and the ‘All Seeing Eye’ case features. Charge them with light and enjoy the show when the lights go out, and the stars come into view. 

The Mammoth shell is machined from aluminum and anodized ‘frozen tundra’ blue. It is set with black tri-lobe screws, and a black PVD finished stainless steel spout. Mammoth is completed with our custom beryllium copper mmcx connector, ensuring years of stable performance from your cable connection.

campfire audio all seeing eye iem case

All Seeing Eye

Supporting the SEAQUAL® INITIATIVE

Upcycled Marine Plastic in the form of SEAQUAL® YARN makes up the rugged outer layer of our Campfire Audio Mammoth zipper case. Lume zipper and plaque provide exceptional glow performance. The new smooth pulling plastic tooth zipper offers a superior experience.

Each case pattern design is unique, and each is one of a kind. Our ‘All-Seeing Eye’ color palette ranges from playful soft oranges to vibrant pinks. Mysterious geometric shapes float freely and collide in unexpected ways. These are fun cases that protect your earphones and give you something fun to enjoy. 

campfire audio smoky glow cable

Smoky Glow

Litz Cable Glow Up

Our new ‘Smoky Glow’ Litz cable features Silver Plated Copper Litz wire conductors and our popular tangle-resistant twisted cable weave. We’ve added new Glow-In-The-Dark overmolds on both the MMCX connectors and the 3.5mm plug to compliment our new line of earphones. Our overmolded ear-hook design result is a lightweight cable that is a pleasure to use every day.

Its Glow Time

Lights out to watch it glow

Our glow-in-the-dark elements bring some added fun to Mammoth’s look.  The Campfire Audio inlaid logo, the MMCX and 3.5mm overmolds, and elements of the All-Seeing Eye Zipper case all glow.

campfire audio mammoth iem exploded view

3D Printed Interior

Carefully Designed for Optimum Sonic Performance

Close attention to detail is critical to delivering you a superior musical experience from our earphones. Mammoth features an acoustically optimized interior chamber and rear port design that allows its driver to deliver the very best sound quality.


Campfire Audio’s Mammoth In-Ear Monitors Trumpet A Beautiful Sound

“Campfire Audio has done a brilliant job of following up on the Polaris with the Mammoth. The look is familiar and the blue Frozen Tundra color zings. They look great and the cable is excellent. Because it is detachable and used MMCX connectors, that cable can easily be upgraded or replaced should it ever be damaged. I love the classic V-shaped sound and the warm bass, forward midrange and treble that’s smooth, controlled and perfectly crisp. The glow-in-the-dark accents are a bit of fun and could help you locate the Mammoth in a dark room. If you’re looking for a mid-price pair of IEMs that punch well above their weight. Earphones don’t get much better than the Campfire Audio Mammoth.”

Mark Sparrow – Forbes

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Campfire Audio Mammoth IEM Hands-on Review: Analogue Bass and Crisp Highs

“Can Campfire Audio combine its excellent balanced armature and dynamic driver sounds? From our testing of the Mammoth, the answer is a resounding ‘yes’. The Mammoth is another proof that CA is an expert when it comes to seamlessly weaving together the two different sound characteristics, while retaining the strength of both driver technologies. The CA Mammoth is a comfortable to wear and stylish IEM that suits people after a massive and aggressive sound.”

Sam Campbell – IBT

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Campfire Audio Mammoth Review : Well rounded

Campfire audio, enough for an introduction to the article. This brand needs no introduction. they have been one of the most dominant IEM brands and their Solaris and Andromeda are regarded as some of the best IEMs one can but in their respective price bracket.

Campfire Audio has been busy lately. They came up with Honeydew and Satsuma very recently and now they have two middle weight IEMs. I have both of these with me but the Mammoth sounds like a more relevant of the two. It is replacing the Polaris and houses similar set of drivers too. While the Polaris had a 9.2mm DD paired with one BA while the Mammoth has a more improved 10mm Bio-cellulose diaphragm paired with two separate BA drivers for mids and highs.

Suman Sourav Meher – The Headphone List

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Campfire Audio Mammoth Review by Audio Levels

The Mammoth are a mid priced earphone in Campfires line up and use a hybrid driver design of 2 balanced armatures and a dynamic diaphragm. Build quality is off the charts as usual and they come in a very attractive color scheme with a few tricks up its sleeve.

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Campfire Audio Mammoth Review

“…the sound of the Mammoth is a return to the general ‘rock’ vibe of the original Polaris and less of the overtly basshead V-shape of the Polaris 2. What I mean by that is that the Mammoth low-end is strong but sounds a bit more balanced and punchier making it more suitable to a wider range of genres compared to the more voluptuous wall of bass that was the Polaris 2.

The overall tone is smooth, natural to warm with a rounded timbral feel from a relaxed treble performance. This is a coloration built from the base upwards and that is where your ear will gravitate when the low-end starts to get busy.

Having said that, the additional BA over the Polaris 2 does allow CA to deliver a more complete midrange that was lacking over the predecessor. There is some forwardness there that allows both vocal and midrange instrumentation a bit more space and presence to shine.”

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Campfire Audio Mammoth

“Campfire Audio Mammoth is one of the best options if you’re looking for bassy IEM with a chill playstyle, that lets me forget about the lack of details. I’m going to be listening to them during evening walks and sitting under the blanket with a cup of hot tea. Everything is completed with a huge set of accessories, and an unordinary designed “All seeing eye” case.

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Campfire Audio Mammoth review: Here comes the BOOM

“Overall, these are just some fantastic IEMs. They sound amazing, as if Campfire Audio has been reading my headphone reviews and tuned them, especially for my ears. The Mammoth are easily the best wired IEMs for listening to music that I’ve used to date.

Alex Hernandez – Techaeris

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Technical Specifications

Specifications

5Hz–20 kHz Frequency Response

94 dB SPL @ 1kHz: 18.16 mVrms

8.1 Ohms @ 1kHz Impedance

Features

Machined Aluminum Body

‘Frozen Tundra’ Anodized Finish

Single Custom Balanced Armature (High)

Single Custom Balanced Armature (Mid)

Single Custom 10mm Bio-Cellulose Diaphragm Dynamic Driver

Custom Beryllium / Copper MMCX Connections

Black PVD Finished Stainless Steel Spout

‘Smoky Glow’ Silver Plated Copper Litz Cable – 3.5mm Stereo to MMCX connectors


Included Accessories

Campfire Audio ‘All Seeing Eye’ SEAQUAL® YARN Earphone Case. Made in Portugal.

Smoky Glow Litz Cable

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

Final Audio Tips (xs/s/m/l/xl) – Campfire Audio Marshmallow Earphone Tips(s/m/l) – Silicon Earphone Tips (s/m/l) – Campfire Audio CA 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


Questions and answers of the customers

    Can you offer any comparison of the Mammoth’s sound with the Dorado 2020?
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    Q Can you offer any comparison of the Mammoth’s sound with the Dorado 2020? answer now
    Asked on July 16, 2021 1:41 am
    A Hi! The Dorado 2020 offers great low end extension while still providing detail and resolution due to its hybrid design. The density of the ... Read more

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Mammoth

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6 reviews for Mammoth

  1. Steve (verified owner)

    Having the Polaris v1 (great bass extension but way less mature than Mammoth, but Polaris v1 has way too much sparkle and harshness, something I never realized until I received the mammoth), the andromeda S ( flat but yet has its place with certain genres), and Jupiter (very bland comparatively speaking)… in comes mammoth. A hard hitter with smooth roll off between mids and highs. Warmth without the harshness that the Polaris v1 offered up. But still with all of the bass and sub bass extension. You can feel it in your brain on some tracks. Ultimately, I’m very pleased with my purchase. Worth every penny if you like an old school flavor. Where mids and highs while still crisp lack the harshness and super “V” of the Polaris v1. Warm, but boomy. Great for edm, jazz, Lofi, some lossless Stevie Ray. They are entertains across the gamete of gendered in 2021. With great apathetic appeal to boot.

  2. Marcus Brown (verified owner)

    I am totally loving the Mammoth IEMs. After a couple of hours of my ears adjusting to them (or burn in) the sound has been fantastic. I was previously using B&W P7 headphones (wired) and this was a very noticeable upgrade. I was nervous from the review on Major HiFi that the bass would be too strong but I find it to be very nice. I don’t consider myself a bass head, but maybe I am, a little. The clarity is far better than anything I have used before and is a wonderful upgrade to all my favorite music. I would happily recommend this IEM for anyone moving up to a better listening experience. It did take me several tries to get the right tips. I moved to a larger size than I usually use so take your time getting the right fit. The comfort is excellent for long listening sessions. I do notice a bit of a reduced response in the lower ranges of Miranda Lambert’s voice (should be same for all in that range), but it is excellent even with that small dip. I have listened to classical, country, new age/ambient, and blues and been very satisfied with the Mammoth IEM. Thanks Campfire for a great option that my wife was ok with ($$). Favorite song so far: Highway Vagabond by Miranda Lambert. There is so much going on in this song, wow. Runner up: Your Coffee Is a Disaster by Yo-Yo Ma et al. on the album Not Our First Goat Rodeo.

  3. Chris (verified owner)

    I was introduced into a new world of experiencing music the way the artists want us to when I first put these into my ears. Massive sound with solid bass and clean, pronounced mids and highs. I highly recommend these IEMs!

  4. aimpellize

    Great replacement for my lost Polaris IEM’s. I somehow lost my Polaris IEM’s. The Mammoth’s are somewhat a little better with more noticeable bass and excellent soundstage too. If you are like me and like to up the volume when you listen to your music, then these are for you. Great purchase, worth every penny.

  5. Steve (verified owner)

    While my first review was never published because maybe it was too honest… I’ll attempt again. After having more time with them, and comparing them to my Polaris V1 and Andromeda S across several genres and multiple listening platforms and equipment. I still consider them to be a better sounding IEM than both the andromeda S and a significant improvement over the Polaris V1. The harsh highs on the Polaris V1 were something I never identified until I received my Mammoth. Overall, this is the best IEM in my inventory.

  6. Jonathan (verified owner)

    I spent a lot of time researching which new earphones to get and I’m thrilled I landed on these. I previously had a wired pair of Bowers & Wilkins and these are even clearer on the highs and mids without loosing the bass. I also have Bowers & Wilkins P17 wireless, which sound awesome for a true wireless set up but they cannot match the clarity and crispness of these CampFire’s. Also tried Shure’s new Aonic 4 and 5 but returned them because they had such a small bass response, thought they did have excellent mids and highs. All around these CampFire’s have a bigger soundstage and are more immersive.
    I didn’t know which CampFire product to get so I emailed them my desires and what I mainly listen to and they recommended these. I listen mainly to electronic-indie, classic rock, new rock and EDM and these sound fantastic for each genre. If you want one set of earphones that excel on all types of music look no further.

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