Marshmallow Foam Tips (Red+Blue)

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Red + Blue memory foam tips.

This is much more helpful than you might first think.  Quickly identify Right (Red) and Left (Blue) when time is critical.

Really nice to use.

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  1. "Campfire Audio Polaris: V for Victory"From B9Scrambler published on Head-fi.org and his own audio blog "thecontraptionsit":

    "The artwork on the Polaris' packaging is stunning in it's simplicity, and entirely coherent with the brands celestial naming scheme. The front of the small, blue cardboard box is adorned with a sticked announcing the Polaris is contained within. The background is a swirling mass that looks like it was inspired by a viscous oil and water mixture. The rear has a beautiful hand drawn scene of a mountain with trees at it's base and constellations above with Campfire Audio placed dead centre in a somewhat faded text. It's all very simple in execution, but the artistry is engaging to say the least. Oh, and when you flip the lid and look on the inner flap you see "Nicely Done". Couldn't have said it better myself."

    "As you move up the rung from budget to high end products, neutrality or the next closest thing seems to be what everyone hunts for. Things get serious. Big bass is frowned upon and you're made to feel guilty if you enjoy it, and v-shaped signatures are indicative of a poorly tuned product not worthy of the price. Still, say that's what you want along with those other qualities that make a premium product worthy of the title. That's where something like the Polaris comes in. This isn't a neutral earphone. The Polaris takes your average "consumer friendly" tune and imbues it with the level of technical proficiency you want from a top tier earphone."


    Read his full Polaris review here: https://www.head-fi.org/showcase/campfire-audio-polaris.22663/reviews#review-19470

    or here: https://thecontraptionist.blog/2017/11/20/campfire-audio-polaris/

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  2. "The "Basshead Audiophile" King!"From Hisoundfi published on Head-fi.org:

    "Vega’s bass robust and has tremendous extension. The low end is outrageously good for an in-ear monitor. They take the term “basshead audiophile” and emphasize both words with this product. The tuning is unique in a really, really good way. I honestly haven’t heard an earphone with this much bass maintain a level of resolution, clarity and soundstage like this. The tuning is different from what I often see at this price tag, but I love what Campfire has done. Add the fact that these earphones scale incredibly well, This earphone will rank very high on my list of all time favorites."

    Read the full review here: https://www.head-fi.org/showcase/campfire-audio-vega.21893/reviews#review-19457

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  3. CFA Mixtape Number Three: Halloween 2017Creepy. Kooky. Mysterious. Spooky.


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  4. CFA Mixtape Number Two: Pumpkin Spice Playlist


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  5. RMAF 2017Come visit us at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest - CanJam 2017!

    Below is a clip from Jude's Head-Fi.org preview video.

    We hope to see you there this weekend!

    https://youtu.be/qbR2u1fePdY

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  6. CFA Mixtape Number One: Autumn 2017

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  7. Vega on EnjoyTheMusic.comRead the full review here:
    http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/equipment/1017/Campfire_Audio_Vega_IEM_Review.htm

    "The "fun sound" and the "audiophile sound" often stand in direct opposition to one another. On one hand, your fun-sounding gear has an extra heap of bass down low, an extra dose of sparkle up top, and a midrange seasoned to taste. The audiophile sound emphasizes neutrality, space, detail, and balance. Those who prefer a more fun sound are often left out in the cold when it comes to recovering the fine details, nuance, and layering in the music."

    "Campfire Audio has decided to break that age-old rule with their exceptionally tasty, yet unmistakably refined flagship IEM, Vega ($1299). Vega is a shot over the bow. It's an IEM with remarkable technical proficiency that gives neutrality the finger and swings a hard right toward a sonic signature that is just plain exciting."

    Read the full review here:
    http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/equipment/1017/Campfire_Audio_Vega_IEM_Review.htm

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  8. Accessible Audio - Campfire Audio Polaris – EffortlessRead the Full Review Here: Campfire Audio Polaris – Effortless

    "Polaris, also known as the North Star, is the brightest star in the Ursa Minor constellation. It is a multiple star, comprised of a major and a minor star. Campfire Audio’s latest release also comprises of a larger 8.5mm dynamic driver combined with a smaller balanced armature driver. Coincidence? I think not."

    "Geeky astronomical facts aside, I first tried this at the Hong Kong High End Audio Expo. I didn’t get a chance to spend a very long time with it, but I knew right then that this was going to be another great product from Campfire Audio. They’re one of my favourite audio companies for several reasons. The first is because of their innovation in design that doesn’t resort to endless addition of drivers, but rather makes use of clever techniques such as 3D printed enclosures for their balanced armature drivers (the “TAEC – Tuned Acoustic Expansion Chamber”) instead of using the traditional tubes setup. With the Polaris, we can see the newest use of the “Polarity Tuned Chamber” which houses their 8.5mm dynamic driver to provide a very different effect."

    "The second reason is because not only do all of their products sound great no matter the price bracket they fall in, they also sound different in their own unique ways so no matter your tastes, there’s a Campfire Audio IEM waiting for you out there. The Polaris stays true to this philosophy and has easily become one of my favourite IEMs."

    Read the Full Review Here: Campfire Audio Polaris – Effortless

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  9. Campfire Audio Dorado – EnergeticRead Full Review Here: Accessible Audio - Campfire Audio Dorado – Energetic

    "Campfire Audio has hit it out of the ballpark with every single one of their releases ever since their humble beginnings with the Orion, Lyra, and Jupiter. They’ve showcased their ability to provide amazing sonic quality regardless of driver configuration by employing innovative technologies such as tubeless resonator chambers, showing a stalwart defiance to the idea that the only way to increase quality is by doubling and tripling the amount of balanced armatures."

    "With the Campfire Audio Dorado, they’ve showcased their willingness to even further expand their repertoire by employing a hybrid 1DD2BA configuration, and as someone who’s been a long time fan of hybrid IEMs, I have to say they have another winner on their hands."




      Pros




    - Hard hitting, “V shaped” sound with powerful dynamic driver bass and exceptional highs provided by the dual high balanced armatures
    - Generally very well resolved sound throughout the entire frequency range
    - Seamless blending of the crossover between the dynamic driver and balanced armatures
    - Tiny housing will fit most ears
    - Liquid metal alloy housing has amazing build quality


      Cons




    - Bass frequency range is tuned to be a little boomy; slight bleed over into mids
    - The mids aren’t the most detailed
    - The nozzle is quite long and wide, this might not be a snug “nestled in the ear” fit for everyone



    Read Full Review Here: Accessible Audio - Campfire Audio Dorado – Energetic
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  10. The Headphone List - Campfire Polaris Review – Creature of CoherenceRead Full Review Here: Campfire Polaris Review – Creature of Coherence


    "I’ve been following Campfire Audio since the beginning and like so many others, I’ve grown very fond of their designs and tuning. However, there is a stigma in this hobby where people tend to gravitate towards the extremities of a product line, focusing on either the affordable Orion or the exquisite but cost prohibitive Andromeda. And while these models have received no shortage of acclaim, Campfire’s midrange offerings are far less popular, there is barely a mention of the Nova and even the Jupiter only receives the occasional nod every now and then. The dual hybrid driver Polaris thus serves as a pertinent statement, replacing the Nova as Campfire’s midrange in-ear. With an RRP of $599 USD, Ken designed the Polaris to be the most accessible earphone with the highest price/performance ratio in his entire line-up. Furthermore, the earphones feature Campfire’s signature build quality and excellent Litz cable, their fun sound signature a progression of everything Campfire has learned over past years. Featuring the tried and tested T.A.E.C combined with a cutting-edge dynamic driver chamber, let’s see how Campfire’s latest earphone performs!"

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    "In terms of tuning, the Polaris will likely be the most universally pleasing of the entire line-up. Between the visceral but occasionally overzealous Vega, the balanced Jupiter and the ethereal but lean Orion, the Polaris is easily the most “fun” of the Campfire line-up. And where the more neutral Nova required a lot of adjustment when coming from other earphones, the Polaris is an earphone that is easy to just pick up and listen to and I think this is the main reason why it will be much more popular than its progenitor. Furthermore, their hybrid driver setup comes with some real advantages over the dual BA Nova with bass reach and power that these earphones simply can’t achieve. They aren’t perfect of course, but the Polaris is nonetheless a very mature progression of the popular V-shaped tonality with plenty of technical ability enhancing every detail."

    Read Full Review Here: Campfire Polaris Review – Creature of Coherence



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  11. The Headphone List - Campfire Audio AndromedaFull Review Here: The Headphone List - Andromeda Review

    "Due to Andromeda’s popularity, there are already an abundance of reviews and impressions available. As is often the case, there seems to be a lot of variation in the opinions on several aspects of Andromeda’s signature. Some find its bass too light or more than enough or find its treble either too sparkly or even laidback. Naturally, a great part of this is due to differences in preferences and sensitivity. But I can’t help think that it’s also partially due to the fact that Andromeda’s signature doesn’t completely fit in a category. Its tonality and signature are fairly neutral, with a clear and open sound and nice treble prominence and sparkle. Yet the midrange is thick and slightly warm. This gives Andromeda the full-bodied vocal and instrument presentation of a midcentric tuning, with the general tonality and treble presentation of a neutral signature: ‘neutral+’, if you will. A unique combination, that makes the sound very coherent, versatile, but most of all highly engaging."

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    "If you’re planning on selling a lot of units, it’s probably best to tune a signature that will appeal to a wide audience. When I first started browsing through the forums, I used to think that ‘neutral’ was associated with boring, as it neither specializes in mids or treble. The more iems I started to listen to, the more I’m starting to realize that achieving a neutral signature is coming closer to perfection. Done right, a neutral signature isn’t a compromise between the bass, midrange and treble – it’s a perfect harmony. While the Andromeda isn’t truly neutral, it is a poster boy of this philosophy – the ability to perform well in every aspect of the spectrum. Not as a compromise, but a stellar display of coherency."

    "When different people discuss the Andromeda, some might want a little bit more sparkle, or a little bit less. But more often than not, both of them will agree the Andromeda sounds good. If the signature had been brighter or less bright, you’d have lost one of the groups. The balance between excitement and non-fatuiging is just very well done. But this is all after the fact – Andromeda’s popularity has already proven that."

    "A great deal of Andromeda’s success naturally comes down to its tuning – in the end we all do it for the sound. A winning formula of an engaging signature, combined with excellent technical capabilities. Andromeda’s signature is a full package, and its ability to do well in all departments makes it incredibly versatile. But the other part of the success lies in its pricing. While prices in audio unfortunately continue to rise, Campfire is sending a powerful message that top of the line performance is also attainable around the $1000 mark. Andromeda isn’t good for its price – it’s good regardless of its price."



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  12. Andromeda Video Review[embed]https://youtu.be/qvfSEpOrN1M[/embed]

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  13. Campfire Audio Andromeda - Complete and UniversalA very nice write up on Head-Fi.org by Maciej Sas. A detailed review with some really nice images. Worth checking out.

    "Andromeda's engrossed me with their gorgeous bass, unique midrange, hi-res trebles and great holographics. Their sound is complete and universal, with plenty of details which don’t limit the musicality."

    https://head-fi.org/showcase/campfire-audio-andromeda.21533/reviews#review-18999

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  15. Bliss - Automatic Music Organizer[po_section][po_column][po_wrap]https://www.blisshq.com[/po_wrap][/po_column][/po_section]

    [po_section]If you are looking for a way to organize your music and get all of the tags / album art to appear on your hi-res player, check out Bliss!

    You can set the way it handles the artwork for your albums so that they will appear on your player.

    It works, it is easy to use and it is awesome!  Check it out! :)[/po_section]

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  16. Concerning Counterfeit ProductsNotice Regarding Counterfeit Campfire Audio Products

    It has come to our attention that there are counterfeit Campfire Audio being sold in China.  While initial reports show that these counterfeits are poor imitations of our earphones, it is an important reminder for us to remain vigilant in protecting our customers from fake products.

    Please be sure to purchase Campfire Audio products only directly from our authorized dealers or through their respective websites.  

    ECT Eichi Technology International Limited is our sole authorized distributor for Campfire Products in China and Hong Kong.

    If you are in China or Hong Kong and have an questions or concerns, we encourage you contact ECT Eichi Technology International Limited directly: [email protected]

    Any other questions, comments, or concerns please feel free to contact us directly:  [email protected]

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  17. Unauthorized Sale of Campfire Audio EarphonesIt has come to our attention a particular website E global central is selling Campfire Audio earphones in the EU from an unknown source.

    We work hard to offer our products through only reputable dealers and distributors to ensure our international customers have the very best experience and support possible.

    Please note that there will be no warranty covered for the products that are purchased through their site or from that company.

    Our authorized distributor for Campfire Products in the EU is Audio Tuning.

    For other dealers and distributor please visit our dealer page: Campfire Audio Dealers

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  18. Campfire Audio Vega (and Dorado and Lyra II) - Head-Fi TV[embed]https://youtu.be/DjvaohZ1IJw[/embed]

    See the review thread at Head-Fi.org:

    http://www.head-fi.org/t/823337/campfire-audio-vega-and-dorado-and-lyra-ii-head-fi-tv#post_12944739

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  19. A TRULY INCREDIBLE EARPHONE - AUDIOPHILE ON[po_lightbox img="7870" icon="1"]
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    Highs - Treble is one of the most polarising areas of sound. Some people like the sparkle but I think in a lot of cases they actually like the increase in detail that often comes with that.  Usually, I find the earphones that do well in that area also are inevitable tied into fatigue from prolonged listening.  The vast majority of audio fans actually sway towards a non offensive treble presentation, usually as this is tied to earphones with a warmer midrange and extended bass, but what if we could have both?  Amazing clarity and detail in the highs but without the spikes and dips into offensive behaviour?  Could we pair that with a warmth in mids and weight in the lows?  The answer is apparently yes.  The treble on the Andromeda for me is bang on perfect.  Lots of air, beautiful clarity and it shows an extreme cohesion with the overall sound profile of the IEM


    Mids - The midrange is smooth with lots and lots of detail.  The kind of detail that people talk about "hearing things they never heard before" trust me if its there in the track then the Andromeda is going to show it.  Even though the mids could be described as warm that might actually be an injustice to what seems to be happening here.  The Andromeda just sound so brilliantly natural.  To hear people describe things as sounding "just the way the artist intended" is a very loaded way of describing things but I do get what they mean. Live tracks on these earphones sound incredible and even when put side by side with the Shure SE846 i found them a step ahead in pure listening pleasure.  Vocals, whether it be male or female are beautifully rendered again sounding natural and intimate.


    Lows - The lows are tight but thankfully for a balanced armature also have considerable weight behind them thanks to Campfire Audio doubling up on those low drivers.  It won't extend to the darkest depths, sub bass is at moderate levels, but a combination of speed and detail in the low end make these work extremely well with electronic music.  No matter how hectic things got during our listening sessions, even when trying to overwhelm them with EBM and industrial tracks from the likes of VNV Nation, Psyclon Nine and Chombichrist, the Andromeda never ever got sloppy or lost their composure.  Its the kind of low end that reacts as the music requires, if things are meant to be laid back and weighty or if they are meant to get fast and remain punchy the Andromeda are capable of keeping up.  The same rings true when we switched our low end listening over from electronic to strings and drums.  The amount of power seems spot on to what the track requires and doesn't ever appear to be artificially enhanced nor overly lightweight.


    In my eyes with the Andromeda CA are offering a truly top of the line and possibly end game product. The accessories are on point, they look incredible, they are constructed with a ridiculous level of fit and finish and are tuned to near perfection.  The other thing I like about Campfire is that I wholeheartedly support the company for the lengths they go in the creation of these IEM's and there commitment to try create the best hardware possible. Speak to them and you hear that passion but you can also see it in the finished article there is a passion there and a community we should be supporting brands like that as opposed to those that are in it to exploit the hobby.


     

    Read the full review here: http://www.audiophileon.com/news/campfire-audio-andromena-review-out-of-this-world

     

    Thanks for the terrific review!  We appreciate it very much!

     

    Cheers,

    Campfire Audio
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  20. Nova wins award at Fujiya Avic show in JapanNova wins award at Fujiya Avic show in Japan:

    http://www.fujiya-avic.jp/user_data/hpfes-award2016s.php

    Excellent! We are very grateful for the recognition! :)

    Cheers,

    Campfire Audio

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  21. "The galaxy of Andromeda – a constellation of coherency and harmony!" - TheHeadphoneList.comReview of Andromeda up now on TheHeadphoneList.com:

     

    "I learned my lesson not to label any IEM/CIEM as the endgame headphones, because every time I think I found one – another review pair gets into my hands/ears and I have to eat my own words.  One thing for sure, CFA Andromeda was the biggest surprise for me so far in 2016, and it will be a tough act to follow.  With its warm, smooth, revealing tonality and a perfectly balanced sound signature, including the holographic soundstage expansion, Andromeda didn’t just get a checkmark next to all of my personal sound preferences, it quickly got to the top of my favorite in-ear monitors list."

    Excellent review featuring a very detailed analysis of the sonic signature of the Andromeda and comparisons to other flagship models.

    Read the full review here:  http://theheadphonelist.com/headphone_review/campfire-audio-andromeda-in-ear-earphone-review/

    Cheers,

    Campfire Audio

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  22. "TOPPING THE MAKER GAME" - Andromeda review @ HeadfoniaNew Andromeda Review @ Headfonia:

    "Andromeda the galaxy, so far away, and visible only if you’re sufficiently removed from people and cities, is nothing like Andromeda the earphone. You have to search for it. Andromeda the earphone surrounds you. Its mids surround you, buttressed gently by smoothly transitioning bass and clear highs. It is unchalky. Bass sound pressure takes a back stage position to low-frequency spatial cues. It is emotional enough to light up you favourite Ali Farka Touré album but just dry enough justify trance, progressive, and hard EDM for a while."

    Read the full review here:  http://www.headfonia.com/review-campfire-audio-andromeda-topping-maker-game/

    Thanks for the great review!

    Cheers,

    Campfire Audio

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  23. Andromeda Review @ Audio-HeadAndromeda review by Audio-Head:

    "Wonderment and awe are still out there. Those seeking a bit more from their music can likely find it from a solid audio source and the new flagship piece from Campfire. Its capable reproduction makes its way to your ears with plenty of fine detail paired with tonal and texture dexterity that supersedes most of the IEM pack. There is a pleasurable smoothness to the earphone that can be viewed through multiple vantage points and natural demeanor that carries with it an element of fun and livelihood to its projection."


    Read the full review here:  http://audio-head.com/campfire-audio-andromeda-iem-review/

    Cheers,

    Campfire Audio
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  24. Excitement Engine --> Ohm ImageNew images of Andromeda @ Ohm Image -->

    "Andromeda is Jupiter tweaked and finessed. Fastening hardware is now edgier, anodising is way smoother, case lines are more precise. Gone is its clinky tinsel cable. In its stead is something pliable, non-microphonic, and more comfy."


    "And best of all, Andromeda tweaks Jupiter’s carefree midrange into something wider, more aggressive and higher-reaching. Something much brighter into the highs and airier into the mids. It’s like classic Grado-emotion crashed into K10-midrange-airiness crashed into Jupiter-good-taste. It’s Jupiter with run through a carefully honed midrange excitement engine. Beautiful."


    Ohm Image - Andromeda Images

    Looks awesome!  But that is par for the course with Ohm Image :)

    Nice Job!

    Campfire Audio
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  25. "Introducing 2 new models --> Hello Andromeda and Nova" @ Head-fi.orgA super active thread that is certainly worth taking a look at if you're interested to know what people's impressions of the new models is so far...

    Thread:  http://www.head-fi.org/campfire-audio-introducing-2-new-models-hello-andromeda-and-nova

    We really do appreciate all of the time and effort so many people are putting into listening to our earphones!  It is really awesome to see and to hear the great feedback! :)

    Cheers,

    Campfire Audio

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  26. "Holy Cow, This is a Dream, Awesomesauce!" - Andromeda thread @ SuperBestAudioFriendsSome positive impressions from SuperBestAudioFriends here: SuperBestAudioFriends

    Thanks for all of the good impressions!  We're always stoked when people are into our earphones.

    Cheers,

    Campfire Audio

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  27. "Campfire's flagship sounds incredible!" --> New Andromeda ReviewHiSoundFi's Review of Andromeda

     

    HiSoundFi has a full length review of the Andromeda at Head-Fi.org:

    "From housing to jack, the Andromeda has a very high end look with an almost jewelry like appearance. The machine screws and clear MMCX connectors add an extra sense of quality and craftsmanship."


    "The cable is awesome. It’s a four strand braided Litz wire with swiveling MMCX connectors and memory wire. The flexible cable has virtually no spring very little memory.  The Y-split is a metal jacketing that splits the four strand braid into two twisted lines that lead to each channel. A clear rubber chin/neck slider is attached to the cable and works well. The Cable Jack is a gold plated 3.5 mm jack, and ninety degree solid frosted clear rubber jacketing.  The Andromeda has two inches of memory wire that lead to two MMCX connectors.They are covered in the same frosted clear hard rubber coating found at the jack. Every aspect of this cable is premium and Find it an upgrade in terms of quality and performance over most of what I own."


    "The Andromeda is built like a tank and sounds as good as any in-ear monitor I’ve ever heard, including more expensive models."


    "Andromeda has an added dimension to its sound that makes many other earphones seem flat and lifeless. Campfire audio has produced an earphone that gives listeners something that is unique and refreshing in terms of in-ear monitors. They combine a slightly musical signature with a level of separation, extension, detail and soundstage that makes them a personal favorite. Upon the conclusion of this review, I’m going to contact Ken and Caleb and tell them that I’m buying this pair. I have plenty of earphones to listen to, but I like these enough to not let them leave. The Andromeda sound quality makes me look at other earphones that I’ve given five star reviews and makes me consider lowering it if these are the new standard. Instead, I’ll end this review by saying these have six star sound."


    Read the full review here:  http://www.head-fi.org/products/campfire-audio-andromeda/

    Wow!  We are humbled by the awesome review!

    Cheers,

    Campfire Audio
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  28. HeadPie Andromeda ReviewFirst review for the Andromeda by Damon @ Headpie:

     

    "The build of the Campfire Audio Andromeda is exquisite. Seemingly a classic in the making and its overall look and design. The quality of the machining is beautiful to look, each unit is piece of art in itself.  It casts an illusion of hardness and weight, yet the converse is true. The Andromeda is lightweight and solid, yet fits within the ears with a softness If you will. Five balanced armature drivers with a tubeless resonator box into a machined aluminum enclosure."


    "The Campfire Audio IEMs do look like sharp edged heavy beasts, but really they anything but.  Light, well designed to fit within the inner ear, and a delicately angled nozzle to achieve a decent seal to aid one on the path to musical happiness."



    "The Andromeda walks a tightrope being both well balanced and even reference sounding to a degree, yet also musical but without the usual accompanying coloring that other IEMs offer.  It has great resolution, layering and has fantastic micro detailing with the right Dap. They are smooth, even organic to a degree, detailed and have a fast response overall. I find I am able to listen to the Andromeda for lengthy periods of time without fatigue."

     

    Read the full review here:

    http://headpie.blogspot.jp/campfire-audio-andromeda-review

     

    Thanks so much for the awesome review HeadPie!

     

    Cheers,

     

    Campfire Audio
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  29. AXPONAWe're showing off our newest additions to the Campfire Audio line up.  If you're in Chicago or already visiting AXPONA, stop by to take a listen :)

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  30. Orion Review @ Audiophileon.comAudiophileon.com has a detailed and positive review of our Orion:

    The Campfire Audio Orion are an incredibly good looking set of earphones and they have the build quality to match.  The styling is in the same mould as that of the more expensive Jupiter IEM's.  Thats a very good thing.  The entire upper housing of the Orion IEM is made out of milled aluminium in what it seems is 2 pieces held together with 3 hex screws. The minute you get them in hand you know that this is going to be a seriously durable IEM, one that will last you for years of listening pleasure.  Throughout the entire design there are no sign of the cheaper build materials you might find in other similarly priced in ears and to be honest it doesn't feel too far away from the overall impression that you get from the Jupiter.  The cable on the Orion is another thing they have in common with the Jupiter and Lyra models.  A very nice silver cable with snappy sockets that feel far more robust and long lasting than something like Westone's 2 pin detachable cables.  There is some cable memory, that should be noted, and while they do remain tangle free they will require some use before they straighten out after a period of being coiled.


    On a purely aesthetic standpoint the Orion are one sexy looking set of earphones.  They have presence and a wow factor that will make people ask what you have stuffed in your ears.  In the hand they really do feel premium, yet at the same time they feel incredibly tough and rugged.  For example, I just put the earphones through 2 weeks of hell hitting some insane downhill trails on my big hit mountain bike all over Cyprus.  They were crammed into a full face helmet for the downhills and sweated on profusely on the climbs.  To make things harder on the Orion I had forgotten the carry case and admittedly got lazy by just throwing them straight in the backpack with, bike tools, tubes and a shock pump. They got a fair bit of rattling about when not in m ears and also plenty of exposure to dust and dirt. The result?  Not a damn thing.  The Orion IEM looks brand new and to prove it the pictures you see in this review have all taken after over a month of solid abuse.


    Read the full review here: http://www.audiophileon.com/news/campfire-audio-orion-review-audiophile-on-iem

    Cheers!

    -Campfire Audio
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  31. Headfonics.com Review - THE JUPITER IEM BY CAMPFIRE AUDIOHeadfonics.com has a detailed and positive review of our Jupiter:

    "The Fit & Isolation

    In short, its superb and something I did not expect to experience to be honest given the high regard I have for Westone’s SureFit technology but the slightly larger size worked a treat. Isolation is one of the best yet outside of custom designs, especially with the foam tips. Whilst they weren’t exactly invisible or weightless compared to the Westone more compact approach, that slightly larger body and angular nozzle was just the right weight and angle to fit first time without any adjustment. There was zero movement or gaps developing, even in open jaw mode, and a limpet type seal blocking out a huge percentage of background noise and wind is a job done very well indeed. I got a slight diminution with the silicone tips but still very competitive.

    In comparison the Jupiter’s seal is superior to the smaller, but no less expensive, SE846, IE800 and the AKG K3003. That should be good enough for anyone not interested in custom builds to give the Jupiter a whirl in any demo. Of course those with tiny canals might feel they are a bit too tight and we all have different sized ears but for my money (and ears) I think Campfire got these spot on."

    Read the full review here: http://headfonics.com/2016/01/the-jupiter-iem-by-campfire-audio/

    Cheers!

    -Campfire Audio

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  32. Jupiter Review on AudiophieonAudiophileon gives a comprehensive and glowing review of our Jupiter:

    "There is no doubt at all in my mind that the Campfire Audio Jupiter are one of the world's best sounding in ear headphones right now."

    "The overall signature of the Jupiter is neutral in the sense that there is no domination of one frequency over another yet it still has the slightest hint of warmth not thick and lush like the Lyra were but enough to take away an overly cold and clinical presentation. Clarity is phenomenal with the earphones displaying incredible speed so as to spit out sound, however complicated the track, without any congestion or frequency bleed.  The Jupiter are incredibly detailed, if a sound is there you can rest assured that you are going to hear it. "

    Read the full review here: www.audiophileon.com/news/campfire-audio-jupiter-review-iem-audiophile-on

    Cheers!

    -Campfire Audio
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  33. The Lyra IEM by Campfire Audio on Headfonics.comHeadfonics gives a sweet run down of the our Lyra:

    "If you check out the Lyra constellation in any astrological map then you might be looking at the approximate form factor of the Lyra IEM itself. It isn’t a million miles away from an IEM shape. Constructed of high density ceramics it looks sturdy, well made and importantly scratch resistant but a bit of a fingerprint magnet. The contours are smooth and the overall size is not the tiniest but I would still class this as small. It’s a comfortable looking earphone just from the feel of it in your hand."

    "I do have to mention the case again in more detail as it is really rather excellent and not just to look at either. It’s spacious enough for a good size IEM and cable and it is semi stiffened with a nice leather finish in a rustic tan color. It feels the right size in the hand and looks classy and durable. I have a ton of Peli cases, Otter boxes and the usual pill size boxes and next to the Campfire Lyra hard case they look lifeless. The real ‘ahh’ moment is when you zip it open to reveal a quality fur lined interior. It has shades of Gene Hunt, Huggy Bear and those fur collared coats I was made to wear in the early 80’s. Its retro, niche and I want to store my Sex Panther cologne in it. In the future all IEM cases will be made like this (I hope)."

    Read the full review here: headfonics.com/the-lyra-iem-by-campfire-audio/

    Cheers!

    -Campfire Audio
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  34. Campfire Audio’s Lyra IEM – Mastering the DynamicDan Browdy at Audiohead.com writes;

    Campfire Audio is a new company to the headphone scene, introduced earlier this year.  However, it was started by Ken Ball and the team at ALO Audio.  The two companies are sisters, with Campfire Audio focusing on transducers, i.e. headphones and IEM’s, and ALO focusing on upstream electronics and interconnects.  Both operate out of Portland, Oregon and proudly boast it on all their products. The overlapping philosophies of these companies shows.  The Lyra, like her sister ALO products, is built extremely well.  The design is one of form following function; it manages to step away from a purely utilitarian look while eschewing any unnecessary frivolities.  The resulting design is understated and classy, something I tend to admire.

    The casing of the unit is made from “ultra high density…Zirconium Oxide Ceramic”, which is notably different from the ubiquitous plastic found in less expensive IEM’s.  It feels very solid without feeling particularly heavy.  The enclosures are small compared to my custom Noble 4, yet they feel heavier in the hand.  This density adds to the perceived quality of the unit.  And of course CA claims that the ceramic acoustic chamber offers sonic benefits as well. Within the casing is the star of the show, a single 8.5mm beryllium diaphragm (per ear).  Surrounding it are many more buzzwords like neodymium rare earth magnets and copper-clad aluminum wire (CCAW) voice coils from Japan.  I admit, I’m no engineer so I can only take them at their word that these high end parts do wonderful things.  All I can do is tell you how the parts sum up into the sound, which I’ll get to momentarily.

    Read the full article on Audiohead.com here: http://audio-head.com/campfire-audios-lyra-iem-mastering-the-dynamic/
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  35. Campfire Audio Lyra Review: I Think I Just Found My Grail!Scott Burnside @ Audiophile On writes:

    Music, when played through the Lyra really comes alive.  It's intimate and engaging with vocals and instruments rendered beautifully.  I don't know exactly what the process was in tuning the Lyra but to myself it seems like it was a passion project and someone who really loves there music has spent countless hours refining the end presentation.  I wouldn't be at all surprised if a tonne of measuring and tweaking has been done to get it to this point and whoever put in those long hours my hat is off to you, this is a stellar bit of work.

    The Campfire Audio Lyra's presentation is an intimate one with just over a touch of warmth to its signature.  Its smooth, incredibly smooth, with nary a hint of sibilance and a highly impressive textured / layered bass response.  Its an engaging sound, one that will draw you in and make you forget about any sort of critical listening, this is an IEM to enjoy your music with first and foremost.  Soundstage is large in both depth and width alike but it is a good few rows back as opposed to a fully back of the room experience.  Hiss and background noise is non existent even when used with a range of sources such as my JDS 02, Aurender FlowFiio X1Oppo HA-1 or even myBlackberry Passport I was left alone with nothing but my music in an infinitely black background. Imaging is incredible and one of the strongest points of the Lyra which makes it easy to identify and specially define the position of a performer. This latter point was startlingly evident when listening to Ludovico Einaudi Live at the Albert Hall, even with an accompanying orchestra ability to isolate and identify notes and instruments was thoroughly enjoyable.  Finally, before we get into the frequency specifics we should mention the decay and timbre which were portrayed by the Lyra as good or better than any other earphone I have heard.  Notes break down pass away beautifully and if you haven't heard an earphone that is strong in those qualities you are truly missing out especially if you are fans of acoustic, jazz or classical music.

    Read the full review here http://audiophileon.com/news/campfire-audio-lyra-review-i-think-i-just-found-my-holy-grail

    Cheers,

    -Campfire Audio
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  36. Lyra Reviewed by noted Japanese audio reviewer Sasaki sanReview from noted Japanese audio reviewer Sasaki san:

    新しいイヤフォン・ヘッドフォンのブランドが誕生しました。ALOのKen Ballが立ち上げたCampfire Audioです。日本ではミックスウエーブさんが取り扱いします。
    本稿はその第一弾であるハイエンドクラスのダイナミック型イヤフォン、Lyraのレビューです。

    Read full review here: http://vaiopocket.seesaa.net/article/424444614.html
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  37. Lyra is a knockout!Review from Steve Guttenberg @ CNET (Audiophiliac) -->

    Campfire Audio is a new headphone company based in Portland, Oregon. Its new Lyra is a knockout!

    I was on the New York subway listening to a set of Campfire Lyra in-ears, and a young woman approached me saying she loved the look of the headphones. She wanted to know what brand they were, and did they sound good? I told her they were the new Campfire Lyras, and yes, the sound was really nice. I explained I didn't own them, I was reviewing them for my CNET "Audiophiliac" blog, and she immediately put the URL in her phone. For the next five minutes she asked all sorts of questions about the Lyras, and the Astell & Kern Jr music player I was using with the headphones, but it was the Lyra that first caught her eye.

    She didn't ask the price, which is $749 (AU$1,099), and in a crowded subway car I didn't think it was a great idea to announce I was wearing a set of pricey headphones. I'm mentioning the encounter because in all the years I've reviewed headphones, no woman has ever expressed curiosity about a headphone before.

    Lyra sounded sweet with my iPod Classic, but the sound really came alive with my Hifiman HM901 music player. That combination sounded big, bold, and capable of unleashing incredibly powerful dynamics. Soundstage focus was precise, treble finely detailed, bass plentiful, but tightly controlled and clear. Compared with the Noble Savant in-ear headphones the Lyra's sound is weightier, more fleshed out; the Savant is more transparent, more nimble, but less rock-and-roll.

    Read the full Review Here: http://www.cnet.com/campfire-lyra-advancing-the-outer-limits-of-in-ear-headphone-sound/

    Thanks for the great review!

    Cheers,

    -Campfire Audio
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  38. Inearspace - Beryllium for BassSome review highlights;


    "Oooh a new brand? In image yes, but in brains, not quite. Ken Ball of ALO Audio has had his hands dirty building (a) Campfire, just as he has done with ALO all these years and while until now I have owned just one ALO amp, these guys are major players in the portable industry. My first impressions of Campfire were very excitable for the main reason that there seems nothing generic about these new models."


    "In the right light the Lyra’s ceramic housing shines, not quite as bright as the star constellation it was named after mind you, but it looks fantastic. It feels just as awesome and I am so happy with the decision to make this form factor of earphone in a way that is actually well built. I love the almost custom like over the ear fit..."


    "Surprisingly the soundstage is very clear and well presented without any muddle..."


    "In fact it has better depth than the Roxannes and feels in general more three dimensional."  



    Thanks for the great review InEarSpace!

    Be sure to read the full review here: inearspace.com/Campfire-Audio-Lyra-Beryllium-for-Bass/

    Cheers!

    -Campfire Audio
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  39. Lyra – Bassy and MelodicHeadfonia.com had an early preview of our Lyra, pre-production;

    "Digitalism’s I Love You Dude is alternately bassy and melodic. At times it even gushes. It’s not as moving as aM’s KNEwwaVE, or as hard-hitting as Justice’s self-titled album, but if you’re speed-testing headphones, it’s about as fully functional an album as exists.

    Not that I’m speed-testing Campfire Audio’s Lyra. I’ve had them in and out of my ears for about three weeks. And I’m pretty familiar with them now. It’s just that I Love You Dude really is doing its job of fine-combing my thoughts on the first product from ALO Audio’s new brand."

    Read the full review here: headfonia.com/review-campfire-audio-lyra-bassy-and-melodic/

    Cheers!

    -Campfire Audio
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  40. Interstellar overdrive: Campfire Audio Orion, Jupiter & Lyra IEMs

    "Bring the listening experience closer to his own bosom is one Ken Ball of Portland’s ALO (“Audio Line Out”) Audio. With a small army of pocket friendly headphone amplifiers and the bigger, badder Studio Six already making bank, our Pacific Northwester two years ago turned his attention to headphones, specifically in-ear monitors (IEMs). At T.H.E. Show Newport Beach this year, Ball teased three new IEM models – Orion, Lyra and Jupiter – but this time under a brand new brand name: Campfire Audio. As easy as, 1 2 3."

    John Darko - Digital Audio Review

    Check out the full review here: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/interstellar-overdrive-campfire-audio-orion-jupiter-lyra/
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