Campfire Audio Atlas - Review

Campfire Audio Atlas specs: from 5Hz to 20kHz frequency response, 19 ohms impedance, 105dB sensitivity, THD is less than 1%, stainless steel body, one 10mm dynamic driver, CVD + ADLC diaphragm, MMC connections, 3.5mm stereo plug.

It's one of the most expensive IEM from the Campfire Audio brand. Regardless of the fact, many people are still fond of this unit. Very expensive, it does not stop the audiophiles and sounds fans in general to make use of the unit for improving their audio experience.

I’d like to give two thumbs up to its aesthetics. At first glance, this IEM is so good-looking that everyone will have a hard time resisting it. Its clean shiny metal housings are great factors which contribute to the outer aesthetic of the device.

I am also impressed with the build quality of the unit. The manufacturer does pay attention to the durability and longevity of the product. Perhaps that is the reason why metal is chosen to provide the machined solid housings. The MMCX connectors Campfire implements are also magnificent in their class. Its fit and comfort are also ample. Atlas has an intermediate quality of isolation. But it is indeed great if you are planning to use this for entertainment, studio, or working.

Campfire Audio Atlas - sound

One of the first notes that I took when valuing its quality is its fantastic bass. I can say that it is really a big bass from the Campfire Audio Atlas. Although I could notice the mid-bass, the entire bass strength is one which you’d like to enjoy all the time. Hitting this buddy with some instruments won’t ever let you down.

The midrange is also fantastic. It has the boost from the Campfire Audio, giving the female vocals and the midrange sounds in terms of music room to exploration. All in all, this buddy won’t ever let me down when it comes to my favorite genres.

It seems the Campfire Audio Atlas gives a little boost in their lower treble. You will eventually feel the bump in the upper midrange. I love the idea of it. So, I tested it with “Livin on a Prayer” track by Bon Jovi. I can hear that cymbals from Tico Torres come out clean, natural, and crisp.

Atlas has such great clarity and upper frequencies. It would keep the audio resolution crispier than other predecessors. From deep lows to the deep highs, this unit can create strong U-shaped sound signature with the elevated bass. Campfires change the ordinary design concept to be more special. Well, if we are talking about a flagship unit, it should be perfect aesthetically as well.

You will never regret spending your money on this buddy. The package comes with a black leather case, 3 pairs of foam tips, 3 pairs of silicone tips, 4 pairs of Spinfit tips, cable ties, a cleaning tool, a pair of velvet pouches, a shirt pin, and other papers. The mesh pouches are useful and functional. It is indeed the upgrades of the accessories. The material of the earpieces are strong and durable. Compared to the other IEMs, it is much thicker and larger.

Campfire Audio Atlas has a 10mm ADLC or Amorphous Diamond-Like Carbon dynamic driver. It is a diaphragm created with the hybrid of non-crystalline diamond and graphite carbon. Atlas comes with the new design form.  I mentioned that the earpieces are weighty. But its natural weight does not even bother the users. The weight is not excessive so that all of the users can use the headset without any hassle and fuss.

The ergonomic design of the earpieces provides all of the comfort and convenience that all users need. There’s a small vent on the back and the nozzles made of stainless steel which add more premium vibrancy to it.

The connectivity of Campfire Audio Atlas is also perfect. I could use it on any device that I want to play. From smartphones, PC, to smart TVs. All in all, it is a perfect buddy for wearing it in many places. But perhaps you would want to think twice before using it for commuting. Its weight is the issue here. I personally don’t mind carrying it around while commuting. But for those who mind about the unit’s weight, it might give you such a limitation.

What I like

- great build quality and design;
- the crisp sound from mid and treble, and the trembling bass;
- great and responsive customer service.

What I don’t like

- The hefty price of the product.

HQ Headphones: Campfire Audio Atlas - Review
Campfire Audio Atlas - Review
Campfire Audio Atlas specs: from 5Hz to 20kHz frequency response, 19 ohms impedance, 105dB sensitivity, THD is less than 1%, stainless steel body, one 10mm dynamic driver, CVD + ADLC diaphragm, MMC connections, 3.5mm stereo plug.
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