The new Andromeda ‘Emerald Sea’ and Solaris ‘Stellar Horizon’ earphones from Campfire Audio are designed to offer amazing audio quality and style. Check them out!
Recently, Campfire Audio has been busy as ever, beginning with the release of the Trifecta and then their first-ever true wireless earphones known as Orbit. Now, their most ambitious project yet has come to fruition with the new Andromeda ‘Emerald Sea’ and Solaris ‘Stellar Horizon’ earphones.
In contrast to previous updates, Campfire Audio has totally re-designed both Andromeda and Solaris from the ground up, which can be considered a brave move since these classic models are so renowned. With the utilization of modern technologies and an improved ownership experience, Campfire Audio is looking to the future, investigating new possibilities for better sound.
Andromeda ‘Emerald Sea’
Campfire Audio presents an entirely new take on their popular Andromeda IEM, the ‘Emerald Sea’. It has a newly designed aluminum shell with a smaller shape (than the previous model) and smooth curves for maximum comfort. Furthermore, the stainless-steel fasteners and MMCX capture give it a sleek and attractive aesthetic.
According to Campfire Audio, the Andromeda Emerald Sea is powered by five custom dual-diaphragm balanced armatures for decreased distortion, improved stability, and elevated resilience. The internal acoustic geometry and 3D-printed driver housings are also said to contribute to an exceptional sonic experience.
Andromeda ‘Emerald Sea’ has been upgraded to encompass a more extensive acoustic range, with lower sensitivity to give the user more control over the listening experience and provide a comforting, analog sound.
Solaris ‘Stellar Horizon’
Similarly, the Solaris ‘Stellar Horizon’ is a complete reinterpretation of another classic Campfire Audio IEM.
The new ergonomic shell design of Solaris ‘Stellar Horizon’ is said to combine elegance and durability with a precision machined, brushed stainless steel housing decorated with brass fasteners. A custom gold PVD inlay stands out against the black, laser-cut acrylic to finish off Solaris’ beautiful presentation and top-grade construction quality.
Two new pieces of driver technology make up Solaris’ internal components. Three custom dual diaphragm balanced armatures are designed to increase the output, extend the high-end range, and reduce distortion. This is complemented by a new Radial Venting surrounding the 10mm ADLC dynamic driver, which should create a larger air volume and increase the physical area in which the driver operates.
This version of Solaris is designed to produce an unmistakable dynamic sensation. Its remarkable adaptability is supposed to make Solaris suitable for any musical style. Precise bass riffs bring out the beat in any track. Music is supposed to expand into a huge soundstage with a higher frequency range, detail, and sound positioning that sets a new standard for Solaris.
The Andromeda ‘Emerald Sea’ ($1,450/£1,449) and Solaris ‘Stellar Horizon’ ($2670/£2,669) can now be purchased from campfireaudio.com, Amazon, and a range of retailers worldwide, including Harrods (UK) and Selfridges (UK).
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