Campfire Audio is totally committed to developing and manufacturing outstanding headphones, most notably in-ear headphones. The Oregon-based company intend to manufacture only the most ambitious headphones, and have done so with the new Campfire Atlas.
The Campfire Atlas integrates seamlessly among the models Campfire Vega and Campfire Andromeda, and is thus the third flagship model of the specialist from Oregon. The developers of the new Campfire Atlas rely on a very solid stainless steel housing, which they believe is the best possible basis for the drivers to reach their full potential. The housings are made with a CNC machine, then the polished to a high gloss, by hand.
With the Atlas, Campfire Audio built in a 10mm A.D.L.C (Amorphous Diamond-Like Carbon) driver. The result is an incredibly expansive sound that is definitely one of the largest soundstages in an in-ear headphone. The Atlas has some truly booming low-end on it that will make even the most hardcore of bass heads happy.
This driver is intended to ensure that any detail of the music playback can be reproduced. The new Campfire Atlas can reproduce a frequency range between 5 Hz and 20 kHz, with an impedance of 19 ohms and a sensitivity of 105 dB.
Also new is the cable used here, a Pure Silver Cable which is of course interchangeable with the new Campfire Atlas, since it is equipped with Beryllium / Copper MMCX Connectors. The cable has a practical length of 1.5m and ends in a 3.5mm stereo mini jack plug.
The suggested retail price of the new Campfire Atlas is $1,299.