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The Campfire Audio Ara incorporates a pure 7 balanced-armature (BA) driver design. Disclaimer: The Campfire Audio Ara sent to us is a sample in … Just watch out you do not catch the cable in the zipper as you close it. The latter two are iterations of two well-regarded in-ear monitors whereas the former Ara is an altogether new venture. I first started reviewing in the late 80s (ouch!). Included within the packaging are: a selection of Final Audio tips, Campfire Audio Earphone tips, Silicone Ear Tips, a lapel pin, cleaning tool, Campfire Audio Litz cable and a cork carrying case. By using seven separate drivers and some clever engineering to shape and tune the sound, it’s possible to create IEMs that have the breadth and depth of a dynamic driver but with the surgical precision of a balanced armature. My primary sources for testing the Ara were the. Rest assured, your earphone drivers are safe in this finely crafted body. In the case of the Ara, they went instead for a hi-fidelity or more reference-type sound. This particular termination is a right angle 3.5mm gold-plated 3.5mm TRS jack in a very durable high-density rubber enclosure. Ara is the first model that Campfire Audio utilised Titanium in building the shell. ). 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. We send out infrequent non-spammy emails with news, videos, and deals. It creates an entirely new aesthetic to the older leather styling but still very unique. This year we have 3 higher-end model releases, the Solaris and Andromeda 2020 Editions, as well as the Ara. The cable can be replaced or upgraded but the quality of its construction is superb and doesn’t need upgrading, in my opinion. In the accessories box, there are Campfire Audio Marshmallow tips (S & L), silicone tips (S, M & L), Final E tips (XS, S, M, L & XL), cleaning tool and Campfire Audio pin. Simply put, it’s got top notch hardware, it looks crazy, it’s light, and it’s got a long battery life: if you’re looking for a pure music player with a fantastic DAC/Amp built into it, at a good price, then SR25 might be what you’re looking for. Harvesting the Cork of the tree is fundamental for the sustainability of the cork oak forests. The actual finish is a raw cut from a Grade 2 Titanium billet which means, like ALO Audio’s nickel finish on the portable RX amp, it should, (or should) develop a nice ‘retro’ look over time. That’s quite an achievement considering this is all done using balanced armatures. Solid-Body Internal Design Delivers Surprising Performance. The angled MMCX connectors allow an optimal fit with the over-ear cables and can be found across all Campfire Audio monitors. Ara is a seven balanced armature design; two high (+T.A.E.C. The Cork used for the cases is the outer bark of the Cork Oak Tree (Cork Suberus L), and its extraction is harmless to the tree. The Ara is without a doubt designed for the careful, focused listener. The 1.32m CA Litz cable is actually ok in my book, at least in terms of handling and microphonics which is exceptionally low. (verified owner) – July 25, 2020. Required fields are marked *. The Ara are unusual in that they incorporate no fewer than seven separate drivers (or speakers) inside their gorgeously crafted titanium earpieces. I think I may have just come across another product that does exactly that, and this time it’s a pair of IEMs (In-Ear Monitors) from Portland-based Campfire Audio.(…). That makes sense since the Solaris already does that and retails for just $200 more. Ara has a speed and accuracy to its musical delivery that is exceptional. I would like to thank Campfire Audio for the review unit of Ara. I would have loved to have seen that SuperLitz cable from the Solaris on the end of the Ara. 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. armature drivers and the acoustic chamber where the sound is mixed. I really enjoyed my time with the Ara, and while I tend to prefer “fun,” more bassy tunings, the Ara is such an excellent execution of balanced, neutral IEMs, it helped me enjoy songs in a new light. This is superior to the typical “Tube+Dampener” system because it provides a direct passage from the driver to your ear, which results in unsurpassed clarity and extension. 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. These are Campfire Audio’s most ambitious pair of IEMs to date and the sound engineers at Campfire have used balanced armature drivers exclusively to sculpt a sound that’s unique in its clarity, stereo imaging and breadth of frequency. Despite the linear approach, bass from the Ara is engaging and punchy. Both share the same proficiencies of fantastic detailing, depth and imaging. The Ara’s strengths make it very versatile and enjoyable to listen to across different genres, and for various types of classical music, progressive rock, and some more complex classic or alternative rock the Ara absolutely shines. Now its desktop/portable and digital 2.1 audio on a rather nice laptop. However, the Ara presents better detailing and a tighter grip on the lower end. With impeccable build and durability, Campfire Audio have always challenged industry standards with their own take on high-fidelity. Seldom do I come across earphones that can blow my ears away with how they reproduce the music and the soundstage, but that’s exactly what these Campfire Audio Ara have managed to do. Campfire Audio Andromeda 2020, Solaris 2020, and ARA Andromeda 2020 I hear Andro’20 to have a balanced signature with a natural revealing tonality, and overall a more fun balanced tuning due to an evenly balanced emphasis on lows, mids, and highs (w-shaped). With a good and clean recording, it’s possible to accurately locate every instrument with astonishing precision. However, in the words of the great Nigel Tufnel, this one goes to ’11’ with 2 more drivers, 7, as opposed to 5 inside the Andromeda. As it has a slightly full-bodied midrange presentation, this will never be mistaken for an anaemic or strained sound. With several balanced armatures and an outer shell of titanium, the Ara IEMs from Campfire Audio are ... [+] the Portland-based brand's most ambitious product yet. It has a focused top-end with a slightly more aggressive detail presentation, tipping it towards the analytical side when compared to the fuller and warmer but also airier Solaris and Andromeda. The first thing I noticed was the sheer width and depth of the soundstage. The sound is perhaps slightly bright, but they are still burning in. Mark Sparrow – Forbes(Read Full Review Here). A well-imaged soundstage adds so much realism to reproducing recorded music. From humble origins, Campfire Audio have become a tour de force in the world of personal audio. The tonality is not the most natural however and something which should be considered in the next re-tuning. To read more about Campfire Audio products we reviewed on Headfonics click here. The cable is neither obstructive nor weighty and adopts a rather subtle profile with reduced microphonics and improved handleability. Tonality wise, the Tia Trio has a smoother and richer character whereas the Ara leans towards neutral with a more elastic sound. This means that while the length and width are about the size of a small smartphone (and it’s about twice the thickness of your average phone), the screen is a bit smaller than you might expect. 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. How time flies. The Ara and Andromeda 2020 IEMs are sold for €1,299 and the Campfire Audio Solaris 2020 are sold for €1,799. The inside is finished with the same cool charcoal faux wool furry lining from the older generation. At the bottom of the package, there are warranty card and instruction manual. Sustainable Cork Blue Dyed Zipper Case. Machined from Grade 2 Titanium billet, Ara’s shell is immediately appealing. The Ara continues the new and larger packaging styling CA has been using since launching the IO, and Polaris 2. The Ara’s are a little heavier than the Andromeda but much lighter and more compact than the original Solaris and Solaris SE. For $1299 then, the Campfire Audio Ara is worthy of an audition for those in search for a balanced, reference and detailed sound. CONS: Can be a bit bright for treble sensitive people. As a thank you, get free overnight shipping on your next order over $599! Close attention to detail is critical to delivering you the superior musical experience from our earphones. 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.
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