Would anyone be able to compare the LZ-A5 to the Campfire Andromeda? I'll post my short impression/comparison below, but I want to know if others with more time with each IEM have had a similar experience, or if I'm totally off. I heard the Andromeda in a meet recently, and they were impressive (much smaller and more comfortable than I imagined). But I didn't have very long with them. I felt as if though they were a step up from the A5, though they were only a step above. The loud environment, lack of proper fitting tips (too big), and short listening time definitely didn't allow me to get a proper impression, but it almost feels like both are equally capable IEMs. The biggest difference to me is that the A5 throws everything it can do at you all the time, and the Andromeda takes it's time displaying what it can do, only showing what's necessary. I found the sound-stage of the Andromeda not noticeably bigger than the A5, if anything, slightly smaller. The highs were very slightly more detailed and smooth (I use the black filter w/ stock tips on the A5), but I don't feel like the A5 is hiding anything that the Andromeda were showing. The bass on the A5 is definitely more impactful, but when testing the Andromeda with a bass heavy song like "Afterglow by Phaeleh", the lows were similar, if not a little bigger on Andromeda. Though the lows on the A5 do sound a little more natural (not really that noticeable to me). The mids are good on both, but more forward on the Andromeda, and also more clear than the A5 (this was very apparent to me). I can't comment on the imaging as I didn't get a chance to test that on the Andromeda. The A5 imaging is great. Gear used: LG v20 w/ Tidal. Campfire Andromeda Snow White w/ medium stock tips. LZ-A5 w/ Black filter w/ stock small tips (my size). Thanks!