Andromeda 'Emerald Sea'
Andromeda 'Emerald Sea'
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Bask in the warm glow of the Emerald Sea, Andromeda's biggest revision yet. With a fully re-engineered housing, internal geometry, and updated drivers across the board, Andromeda ES is a special iteration of Andromeda that stands alone. Utilizing Knowles' new Dual-Diaphragm balanced armatures, coupled with our Phase Harmony Engineering and T.A.E.C., creates an emotionally rich, intimate, and engaging sound.
- Re-designed shell, the most comfortable yet
- Five Dual-Diaphragm Balanced Armatures (2x low, 1x mid, 2x high)
- Warm, emotional, detailed sound signature
- Anodized machined aluminum housing
- Stainless steel accents
What's In The Box
- Dark Green Leather Folding Case (Handmade in Portugal)
- Three Time Stream Cables (2.5mm, 3.5mm, 4.4mm with metal termination housings)
- Dark Green Two-Pocket Mesh IEM Bag
- Selection of Eartips (Foam and Silicone in S, M, L)
- IEM Cleaning Tool
- Campfire Lapel Pin
Frequency Response = 5Hz - 20kHz
Sensitivity = 11.84 mVrms to reach 94db
Impedance = 6.375 Ohm at 1 kHz
THD < 0.5%
World-Class Technique, World-Class Performance
Dual-Diaphragm Balanced Armatures
One of the newest developments in balanced armature technology, Campfire is proud to implement Knowles’ new dual-diaphragm armatures. This additional diaphragm allows the driver to produce greater sonic output, creating a richer signal. These drivers also feature the added benefits of lower sensitivity, and extremely low harmonic distortion.
Tuned Acoustic Expansion Chamber - T.A.E.C.
Campfire’s patented driver treatment technology, TAEC is a specially crafted, unique space in which a balanced armature is housed. This allows for the emphasis/de-emphasis of specific frequency bands, enabling the ultra-fine tuning of a driver.
Phase Harmony Engineering
At Campfire Audio, our philosophy regarding driver treatment informs a considered approach that emphasizes quality over quantity. In the arms-race to fit a higher and higher number of drivers into an earphone, we find that a results-driven technique to driver treatment produces superior results with less room for pitfalls and ever-expanding variables that can undermine product consistency.
One of the products of this approach is our Phase Harmony Engineering, that allows us to segment the frequency spectrum and assign these segments to specific drivers, and allows those drivers to apply their strengths to that area. But it doesn’t end there, using a combination of precision engineered driver housings and shell geometry, coupled with custom damping values we are able to physically shape the tuning and response of the drivers, and further, their interaction with one another. This driver-to-driver interaction is crucial to eliminating points of potential phase cancellation and creating the intangibles that don’t show on a frequency response curve; imaging, separation, resolution, and soundstage.