Excellent review. Been waiting for you guys to review quality iems’s. Good one.
Andromeda is still my favourite Campfire model.
Agree. I've had (and love) a set of Shure SE846's for about 3 year and superb since coupling with Westone Startip silicone (only like silicone for fit & durability).Been a big fan of this brand for just over a year now, currently on my third set (the Andromeda). The Polaris is a fun IEM being a hybrid BA/Dynamic driver units with quite a deep bass. These I feel are way ahead of the Noble Sage IEM's at a similar price. The brand is finally now starting to get a foothold in the UK so happy days. Look forward to Ed's review on the Polaris, would be interesting to see how they compare.
Seals play a big part on these headphones, I ended up getting some custom-fit tips for these from Snugs which definitely help the seal and protect the casing, some of their finishes are very fragile.
I concur with the reviews on headfi, I dont think these are good value for money.Agree. I've had (and love) a set of Shure SE846's for about 3 year and superb since coupling with Westone Startip silicone (only like silicone for fit & durability).
Then got a set of Noble K10U recently and of course the Westone don't fit as cone much wider so ended up importing some Spiral Dot silicone before I was happy with them.
Keep being tempted with Andromeda but not tried yet, won't be trying these as colour really not for me and too many negative views on Head-fi.
I just had to try a set of K10U when I could get a set at a great used price (£470) and though they are an improvement on the SE846 I still prefer the Shure's for size/fit/durability with only slightly lower SQ.I concur with the reviews on headfi, I dont think these are good value for money.
I personally went from SE846’s to Andromeda’s and was a worthwhile upgrade for me. I really feel like they are a pretty special iem.