Having addressed all kinds of niches in the headphone and earphone market, Brainwavz have been…
Category: Balanced Armature
Earphones using 1 or more balanced armature drivers
At the time I reviewed the Campfire Audio Jupiter IEM it was their top of the line offering at $899 USD (direct from their site). Since then they have released the lower level Nova IEM and the new top of the line IEM, the Andromeda, retailing at $1099 USD. I was excited to see what magic Camfire Audio wove to build on their already excellent range and, on first listen, the Andromeda showed all the signs of being the perfect amalgamation of the outstanding performance and tuning demonstrated in the earlier models.
The Orions are a single driver IEM, but not a single dynamic as you might expect. No, the Orions are packing a single balanced armature rather than a single dynamic driver. While not a strange configuration per se, the single BA design becomes surprising when you look at the specs, particularly the frequency response…
The Jupiters are the top of the line IEM from Campfire Audio, ALO Audio’s earphone brand. Based on ALO Audio’s stellar reputation and some early glowing reviews of the Jupiters, I was keen to get them in my ears… and I did!
A little while ago, Polish earphone company, CustomArt, approached me about reviewing their Ei.3 model and I was impressed with their low price, high performance recipe. When the opportunity came to try a number of other CustomArt IEMs, I jumped at the chance. What follows are a series of short impressions based on the universal, demo versions of the IEMs provided.