However, that doesn’t really tell the full story. So how does it … What is probably more critical is the tonal changeups between the three tips. That means Final E, the foams or ‘Foam Earphone tips’, and black silicone tips. 3 x cushioned pockets (for the monitors and foam tips). The materials, however, are quite different with the use of a new premium cork materials sourced from a Cork Suberus L tree that is apparently harvested only once every 9 years for sustainability reasons. I tested them on my cat, and she wasn’t happy. The IO comes with the Comet/Atlas chrome finished stainless steel nozzle and it is a little longer than the previous nozzles used on the Orion and Nova. The Orion and Nova are no longer available to buy so whilst not a regen, it does fill the obvious gap left behind by these two older models. This is the same cable they have included in the custom Solstice with a 4-wire SPC Litz geometry and a smoked twisted jacket finish. The Ara Beryllium/Copper MMCX terminations are also the new round-shaped gen 2 version which means they are a lot easier to detach, look better, and should last a lot longer than the older brass variants. The form factor and type of finishing on the body is classic Campfire Audio with an anodized aluminum alloy shell and that slightly angular design. Campfire Audio has made a very conscious step to differentiate the IO from the Comet, however. Im listening to my demo Ara’s as I write this….Im personally between these and the Andro 2020s for my personal one pair as I think the Andro 2020s do the 1 pair of IEMs the best. This is their standard 4-core SPC Litz wire. It is much longer now than the original form factor and that does help a lot in terms of comfort by pushing the cornering of the shells away from potential contact with your ear. Also, Campfire has swapped out its over-ear memory wire for a more elastic design. They sound mushy to me and are too bass heavy. The Garnet colored finish, longer stainless-steel chrome finished nozzle and gold-plated triple screw on the front plate are new. As always with Campfire, the accessory line-up is just beautiful as well as plentiful. And all of my buddies who tried the IO found them perfectly comfortable. The Final E tips will produce the slightly cleaner higher contrast sound with a bit more ‘bounce’ in the bass and an airier treble. The Campfire Audio IO is a completely new monitor with unique tuning and is not a next-gen Orion or Nova, at least in terms of tuning. Campfire Audio Once in a blue moon, a product comes along that resets the standard in a marketplace with a new level of performance. Learn how your comment data is processed. Ara continues that approach with a T.A.E.C. Typical brass MMCX connectors have a much shorter life span and if you are into cable rolling or take them off for storage that is a lot of snap on and off’s you will do over a period of time. The new nozzle design places more emphasis on the tip fit and places that angular body a bit further away from the ear so the edging does not create undue discomfort up against the outer ear. The Polaris II has more bass, especially sub, but it’s more controlled and there’s better balance between sub and mid-bass. I have noticed dominating bass and interesting tuning, though not “my” kind of tuning. Both the in-house foam and silicone come in small, medium, and large whereas the Final E comes in a wider range including extra small and extra-large. Old schoolers would likely call this a red wine type color but either way it has an immediate attraction. In the case of the Solaris SE is was staging and vocal performance. Now its desktop/portable and digital 2.1 audio on a rather nice laptop. Gone are the little logistic budget-friendly boxes from the previous range (not including the Solaris) and in comes something a bit more intricate and bigger. The Campfire Audio Solaris 2020 has an impedance of 15.5ohm and 115 db sensitivity. You could argue that they complement each other rather than openly compete for the same set of ears. Flip the box lid and inside you have the accessories inside a similarly colored cardboard tube and an all-new cork material carry-case inside of which you will find the Ara and the SPC Litz cable. by Paul Dmitryev August 10, 2019. written by Paul Dmitryev August 10, 2019. The first big change from those classic units is the further trickle down into the IO of Campfire Audio’s previous flagship technology, the T.E.A.C system, (Tuned Acoustic Expansion Chamber.) The Campfire Audio Ara is a new 7 balanced armature driver universal monitor featuring a Solid-Body Internal Design, T.A.E.C, and a 3D optimized acoustical construction. It does feel a lot looser out of the box and much more manageable as a result. My own experience of the Ara is a positive one. The IO retails for a not-unreasonable $299 and takes its position just above the single BA driver $199 entry-level Comet. It’s one of the now ubiquitous hybrid designs, featuring (and I quote): “2 custom balanced armature drivers paired with our T.A.E.C for … This, in turn, allows you to peel off the outer box cover to reveal a flip-top lighter colored container adorned with the more traditional Campfire Audio branding. Of these three, it is Ara which is an entirely new concept and the one we thought best to start the new review process with. A few weeks ago Campfire Audio embarked on what now seems to a customary annual refresh. October 6, 2020. Like the Andromeda, the Ara is an all BA universal monitor. • WISS Wiss Audio HA-M120 • Cypher Labs AlgoRhythm Duet Balanced • Ray Samuels P-51 • AUNE B1 • WISS Audio HA-M100 Update: The current price as of 6/26/2018 should be $1099.00 directly from Campfire Audio. The new IO features two balanced armature drivers within each of its garnet red shells. The Campfire Audio Vega 2020 is a revised edition of the original single dynamic driver universal Vega monitor released in 2016. FIT. Note, this review follows our new scoring guidelines for 2020 which you can read up on here. Disclaimer: The Campfire Audio IO sent to us is a sample in exchange for our honest opinion. We thank the team at Campfire Audio for giving us this opportunity. This is more of a purse-type metropolitan design with slightly softer side support compared to the older more rigid square casing they used on all previous models. I have to also note the refinement on the edging process feels a little smoother on the Ara than the original cornering on the Andromeda. So, you no longer have to spend time … The retail packaging has changed also. The foams will calm is down a bit more and inject some additional warm into the Ara timbre but also quiet down the treble response compared to the Final E tips. The cable has a dash of ‘design-new’ but also it is the same cable that comes with the new Polaris 2. My overall feeling of the new case is that it might not have quite the same space inside as the older carry cases. The new case does seem smaller than the older cases but it also has an expansive property to its design so you can stuff plenty in there and zip it shut. This, in turn, allows you to peel off the outer box cover to reveal a flip-top tan-colored container adorned with the more traditional Campfire Audio branding. It also has some memory wire but its the lighter springy type rather than the stiffer memory retention variety which I prefer. I first started reviewing in the late 80s (ouch!). The Campfire Audio IO is the company’s latest dual balanced armature driver universal monitor with a unique mid-centric tuning. Campfire Audio Solaris specs: from 5Hz to 20kHz frequency response, the total harmonic distortion is less than 1%, 10 Ohms impedance, 115 dB sensitivity, stainless steel spout, MMCX connections, CVD + ADLC diaphragm, dual BA drivers + TAEC (for high), single custom ported BA driver for mid, 10mm dynamic driver (for mid and low), PVD finished body, 24k gold plated lid. Like Vega 2020, the Dorado 2020 takes the same aesthetic, and upgrades it with the latest drivers and design. The Ara’s are a little heavier than the Andromeda but much lighter and more compact than the original Solaris and Solaris SE. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Polaris V2 can definitely satisfy your craves in bass. We recently reviewed the outstanding Solaris earphones, which are one of the best on the market and the IO, which was a surprisingly treble and mid focussed IEM. They do make for a nicer display box on the retail shelf though. It is priced at $899. The splitter is a low-profile black aluminum barrel with matching chin cinch that articulates quite easily and stays in place. I have yet to break a set of these on any of my CA monitors to date and I roll cables ‘like a boss’ on them. Alex Schiffer - October 20, 2020 1:13 pm. This particular termination is a right angle 3.5mm gold-plated 3.5mm TRS jack in a very durable high-density rubber enclosure. Disclaimer: The Campfire Audio Ara sent to us is a sample in exchange for our honest opinion in this review. Campfire Audio Andromeda sound – Thoroughly enjoyable with the right equipment Part of the reason the Andromeda received an underwhelming response … Campfire Audio has also further developed its monitor internal acoustical chamber designs with the Ara. By. How time flies. The Ara continues the new and larger packaging styling CA has been using since launching the IO, and Polaris 2. CA’s logos, as always, are etched into the corner of the faceplate, but at a more appropriate angle than the original Andromeda shell’s positioning. You may notice that the shells on the Polaris are a little smaller than they are on the famous Andromeda. That means every universal balanced armature and hybrid driver monitor in their lineup now has this tubeless chamber technology for top-end performance. You actually get 3 different types of tips with the Ara and it is the same lineup as the Solaris. This particular cable is 1.35m and terminated with a right-angle 3.5mm TRS jack and those beryllium MMCX connectors on the other side. Might be something to do with the rounded finish and slightly less depth on the sides. Sound pressure is rated at 105 decibels, so if you can’t get decent volume with these earphones, you should probably consult your doctor. My thanks to Campfire Audio for authorising this sample to be provided to me in exchange for my honest review. Now its desktop/portable and digital 2.1 audio on a rather nice laptop. Your email address will not be published. Sound. It is a quiet cable, no physical noise on the wire but it does retain a tiny bit of kinking here and there. Our journey with the Andromeda IEM from Campfire Audio has been a long one. Just watch out you do not catch the cable in the zipper as you close it. I still love and adore these! However, this is an earphone that is very capable of revealing any bottlenecks in your setup and it is worthy of pairing with a top-class source. We previously covered the red, and now it’s time for the blue. All the properties seem to be the same as before except the memory hooks which have no more memory wire and instead use a springy type build. For this review, I paired the Campfire Audio IO with my daily Digital Audio Player (DAP) – Opus #3. Campfire Audio Andromeda Review: Welcome to the Campfire This one is already too famous for any introductions, right? It is priced at $1299. Campfire Audio Solaris 2020 Edition Review. The regular black single silicone is probably the brightest sounding with the Final E offering a compromise between the foams warmer sound and regular black silicone’s brighter overtone. August 3, 2020. That single BA for the mids replicates a lot of what they did with the Solaris SE single BA, a driver I did prefer to the one they used in the original Solaris. 3 x cushioned pockets (for the monitors and foam tips). Of course, we have long since moved on from the “more is better” driver count principle and manufacturers are increasingly adding their unique touch. The Comet received a “Bang For Buck” award in 2018 but these days the 1-2 BA driver market is getting very competitive. Frequency Range: 5-20,000 Hz Nominal Impedance: 19 ohms Sound Pressure Level (SPL): 105 dB The technical details surround the Atlas reveal a fairly standard frequency range, but with an intense low end. IO is an exciting and exceptionally expressive earphone. The full lineup of accessories, (not including tips) is as follows: The new case is similar in materials and finishing to the old case but has a very new form factor. Campfire Audio Vega 2020 Review Campfire Audio introduces the next of their 2020 classic line revisions with their new Vega 2020, a 'bass cannon' yet smooth-sounding high-end single dynamic driver mo … view more Back then it was albums, rock concerts and interviews with a typewriter for the local rag. The major difference is the length of the nozzle and something Campfire has been working with previous iterations of this design in the Polaris 2, IO, and the new Andromeda 2020. Slide here to add your score on the gear! It creates an entirely new aesthetic to the older leather styling but still very unique. The Campfire Audio Polaris V2 is a great choice for audiophiles who are looking for a mid-tier IEM with quality bass that rumbles the ground. I dare say these new cases might be more expensive to procure or make. You get 3 different types of tips inside the IO package which are as follows: Isolation using all of the tips is actually very good. We thank the team at Campfire Audio for giving us this opportunity. Next article Campfire Vega – Refined Rich Layered Bass. In the case of the Ara, they went instead for a hi-fidelity or more reference-type sound. One final observation is the zipper itself The CA pendant seems smaller and lighter now with an all-silver finish as opposed to silver and black. This is the company’s classic hexagonal edged 3-piece aesthetic but this time, instead of anodized CNC aluminum, we have a really solid looking machined titanium shell and 3 black Torx screws adorning the faceplate. The second is the refinement and changeups in the build quality and accessories included. Their stunning universal IEM housings caught our eyes while their … Several years ago I have listened to hybrid Polaris IEMs from Campfire Audio. The foams will cut off most of the higher frequency background noise out of the three choices here and more so than the Final E tips which leak in a bit more. Your email address will not be published. Campfire Audio Solaris 2020 Review: Gently ripen The popular brand from the portable audio industry, Campfire Audio, has come up with a new stream of products – Ara, Andromeda 2020, and Solaris 2020. I would have loved to have seen that SuperLitz cable from the Solaris on the end of the Ara. The mechanics of the unboxing is more like a little petal-type paper fold on the base of the box. The inside is finished with the same cool charcoal furry lining from the older generation. This time around they retain that the 3D printing approach first developed in their custom monitor process and further expanded into what they now call a Solid-Body (patent-pending) internal chamber design. Campfire Audio IEMs are no stranger to efficiency and careful pairings should be issued to avoid hiss. This means the tuning chambers are directly printed into the final earphone print. Happy listening! EarMen TR-Amp Review. Learn how your comment data is processed. It looks radically different and also tuned to appeal to very different tastes. I used Symbio ear tips by MandarinEs for this review. In the past, I’ve praised Campfire for their top-shelf, prestige quality IEMs that just ooze fidelity. The actual feel is quite smooth in your hand with the distinctive worn look adding only a tiny amount of grainy texture to the material. I remember myself being mildly surprised as Polaris was one of their very earliest hybrid IEMs. Try as they might, Campfire Audio does keep on coming back to their core design that first saw the light of day on the Jupiter and Andromeda some years ago. CA reckon these designs will last way longer than traditional brass materials. Campfire Audio Dorado 2020 IEM Review. It is also priced a little higher than the Andromeda, (though lower than the Solaris) at $1299, making it the top-dog in this ‘faux grouping’. The comfort levels with the various tips are better and the seal is pretty good also with that additional nozzle length. The original Solaris used to be CA’s most expensive product as well and gained a great amount of interest throughout the community. The all-new IO is the latest from Campfire Audio, and features a whole new packaging style and build than their previous iterations. Storming onto the scene with their well packaged and `Nicely done` early range of IEMs, to low, mid and high end TOTL models the Campfire Audio range of models has tried to offer something for everyone. It does not get mentioned as much as it used to but its nevertheless still an important feature and that is the use of Beryllium/Copper MMCX Connections. I first started reviewing in the late 80s (ouch!). So, even the tiny ears out there should find the fit okay. Click on page 2 for sound impressions and comparisons. The 24k gold screws are also a nice upgrade on the original ‘plain jane’ screws from the Andromeda whereas the alloy tube is ‘stolen’ from the left of field designs of the Comet and Atlas. An exhaustive selection of 11 different pairs of tips in three different materials accompany the jewel-like in-ears. Verdict Campfire Audio's cheapest in-ear monitor is another sonically excellent sounding effort. The tweaks include a new anodized finish on the shell with gold-plated screws, a grab for the Comet and Atlas stainless steel nozzle as well as a flashy new carry case and a smoky jacket finish to the included SPC Litz cable. The regular single bore silicone tips would come in second for me in terms of blocking out noise and the Final E last but the gap is tiny. I assume that the additional BA driver and solid titanium shell is largely responsible for what is a relatively minor difference. Previous article FLC8S Review – Hybrid Filter Multi Signature Earphone. When founder Ken Ball and the crew from ALO audio started off into the world of portable transducers, the emerald green stopping point in the lineup proved to be a standout to our ears. Campfire Audio IO Review The Campfire Audio IO is the company’s latest dual balanced armature driver universal monitor with a unique mid-centric tuning. This release poses a potential threat to a lot of other models from other brands which have same configurations such as Empire Ears Bravado. The Campfire Audio Vega 2020 is a continuation of the earlier popular IEM model. Disclaimer: The Campfire Audio Ara sent to us is a sample in exchange for our honest opinion in this review. If you see these costing a penny more you are way over paying. It’s been quite a while since I reviewed something from Campfire Audio. The core wire is not new, however. As such, it’s more defined and sounds more natural. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Now, this is only a few months old, so time will tell if the anodized finish will hold up the daily rigors of life or will start chipping away. That makes sense since the Solaris already does that and retails for just $200 more. One important design change=up though consistent with the Polaris 2 connectors. Campfire Audio Polaris II is an upgraded model from the original Polaris, and I remember back in the days when the first Polaris came out. It is one of the benefits when people speak about 2-pin over MMCX, that life span. The shells on the IO are about the same size as the Andromeda. The outer color is in keeping with the garnet theme right down to the zipper pennant which I just love. Campfire Audio Dorado 2020, Vega 2020 review (and podcast) November 24, 2020; Old’s kool: Dynaudio’s limited edition Heritage Special November 23, 2020; HELM’s Bolt is a $99 portable DAC for Spotify, MQA November 20, 2020; Cambridge Audio … The Campfire Audio Polaris 2 in-ear headphones are the latest model in CA’s ongoing refresh of their lineup. Campfire Audio Vega 2020 Review The all new Vega 2020 , launched alongside the Dorado 2020 , is the latest version of Campfire Audio ’s acclaimed single dynamic driver earphone. To read more about Campfire Audio products we reviewed on Headfonics click here. Campfire Audio Dorado 2020 Review The original Dorado launched in 2016 alongside the Vega as part of Campfire Audio’s “Liquid Metal” line. This is the 2nd gen design (1st was the original Lyra) see on the Orion, Nova, Polaris, Andromeda, and the Jupiter. The timbre is a bit thicker, especially on percussion and string timbre and there is less of s steely or sibilant sound on vocals. Campfire Audio has been doing that since their Jupiter model with ‘crossover-less’ tubeless designs very much at the heart of their IEM engineering. It is an SPC stock cable I respect for its gutsy level of dynamic range and double the strand count over the stock cable that actually has included with the Ara. Founder & Owner of headfonics.com. Andromeda is not only a steady seller from CA (Campfire Audio) but also a jackpot that worked as the major opportunity to make the brand … The full lineup of accessories closely matches the IO and is as follows: The beautiful new Portuguese-made case is similar in shape to the IO and Polaris case which is a purse-type metropolitan design with slightly softer side support compared to the older more rigid square casing they used on all previous models. By using a Solid-Body design and combining it with an optimized 3D construction, CA believes they can better control the final output to match their design objectives. 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