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I came to the thread to post the same link. That review made me laugh...
I've just done a quick A/B test between my Pixel 3a phone and my Audio Opus #2 with the same track, and yeah there's a big difference. Pixel 3a sounds a little thin and slightly harsh, Opus #2 is more refined and full bodied.
I don't know the output impedance of the Pixel, but the Opus #2 is 2 Ohms.
Adromeda's are still one of my top favourite IEM's, and I also tested against the SE846 today which I have always personally found to lack cohesion and sound a little harsh in the upper midrange.
Personal opinion of course, but the Andromeda is end game for a lot of people, even though I have my 64 Audio A6t's I would still love to own a pair of Andromeda's with custom silicone tips.
Seems like I got my third Andromeda (new this time).
Hoping for good results
I'd love to see them reviewing Solaris and giving them a 2 star review.They will have buses with angry headfier owners camping outside uk headquarters waiting for them to sneak out.
Why would anyone care? Or are you the type who wears the included CA pin with pride?
Couldn't care less.Too busy enjoying life.
Hadn’t even crossed my mind to wear the CA pin but after reading this review I think I’ll start wearing it in protest, because to not wear it now would “lack cohesion”
Now wearing my Campfire Audio Andromeda pin as a protest for lacking cohesion!
I tried fully clamped ksc75 and that kind of sound that i love. Any iem has that sound?
Haha maybe that is impossible but ill be getting isine20
I think that's the most negative Andromeda review I've seen. I'm new to these IEM's - I just got a pair last week. My guess is that they didn't take the time to find the correct tips, for a good fit. I'm still looking for the right ones for myself, and I've noticed a very different sound, depending on how the tips fit. Either no bass, or too much - but I can tell that there's potential there, I just have to find the right combo for my ears/taste. Also, the fact that they preferred the 846 over the Andromeda, says a lot too..
BTW, does anyone know of a good tip that's similar the the Campfire tips, but between the Medium and Small in size? Thx!
If that’s how they feel about the Andromeda, I wonder what they think of CA’s other IEMs. To me, Andromeda/Andromeda S is still the best IEM Campfire’s produced to date.
They do a medium/small size option...
Atlas is good too if you like that kind of sound signature. I also really like the Orion. It’s a keeper for me.
Tried them both! (And every other CA IEM outside the original Lyra and Equinox)
I think the Orion is solid, especially at the $100-200 range it’s available at these days. I hate, hate, hate the Atlas though. I get that some people like them, but to me, they’re just heavy, uncomfortable bass cannons that don’t do anything else well - I’d much rather have something from Empire’s X series.