Campfire Audio announces new and updated Earphones for 2020
Oregon USA's Campfire Audio, one of the go-to in-ear monitor brands for head-fi enthusiasts, has announced new models and product updates for 2020.
The new releases include the newly updated Solaris 2020 and Andromeda 2020, and the brand-new Ara 7-driver earphone.
Campfire Audio says its new Solaris is “20% smaller than the original version, with a new all black finish and a new solid-body internal acoustic chamber design – 3D printed to provide more controlled tuning and even more reliability.”
There are also new updates to the included accessories, with a new 'Super Smokey Litz' silver plated copper cable fitted with moulded ear hooks (no memory wire), and a new sustainably harvested cork zipper case in Brown, said to be hand made in Portugal.
The new Andromeda for 2020 has been updated and is said to include a new solid-body internal acoustic chamber, “which has been designed to enhance the sound of the classic Andromeda with more detail retrieval and improved vocal presence.”
Included with the Andromeda 2020 is the new cork zipper case in Green - also hand made in Portugal.
Caleb Rosenau, Campfire Audio's VP, said:
This is our first significant refresh of Andromeda and Solaris since their original product launch. Both models are appreciable improvements upon their predecessors, and we think people will enjoy the changes we've made to them.
The brand new addition to Campfire Audio's range is the Ara. According to the company, “the new Ara uses titanium shells which house seven balanced armature drivers inside each earphone, with dual high, single mid and quad low drivers arranged inside the new solid-body internal acoustic chamber design. Campfire Audio's most ambitious release to date.”
Ara is a new design with seven drivers that has a very resolving and appealing sound signature for the audiophile.
Local pricing and availability have not yet been announced, but the Ara model is expected to sit between the brand's Andromeda and Solaris for price.
For more information, visit Campfire Audio.
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