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NEW - Campfire Comet and Atlas

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  1. CalvinW
    then you probably won’t like the atlas either. It’s not a totally different signature.
     
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  2. aaf evo
    Hmmm. I mean I didn’t necessarily dislike the Vega’s signature I guess it was more how it was presented? I’m not treble sensitive at all... huge Tia Fourte fan, but the Vega treble made my ears want to bleed.

    Perhaps though. Maybe if I see one on BST I’ll scoop it up just to see how it is. I love the LX which I feel from what I’ve read shouldn’t be far off the atlas signature.
     
  3. CalvinW
    Depends on the person, I guess. The treble on the vega sounds great to me
     
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  4. aaf evo
    Yep absolutely!
     
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  5. twocentsear
    How's the imaging of the Atlas compared to the Andromedas?
     
  6. ExpatinJapan
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    Final audio tips (jvc spiral tips a close second).
     
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  7. Random Lunatic
    Anyone by chance able to compare the Atlas to a Seenheiser IE800?
    Since it sounds like they might be in the same sort of territory...
     
  8. subguy812
    I have settled on Final Audio tips...the sound with the QP2R is sublime.
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  9. alphanumerix1
    Are those tips included?
     
  10. subguy812
    Yes the Final Audio tips are included
     
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  11. Colors
    Hi, can you comment on how your iFi xDSD sound with your Comets and other IEMs?

    I tried it in-store and wasn't particularly impressed by it. I didn't get a chance to test Bluetooth though and probably needed more time with it. Going to test it out again this week :)
     
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  12. kdphan
    I'd be interested in this as well.

    I like the ie800 a lot
     
  13. Euphonik
    Oh man, this doesn't bode well for my wallet, lol. Since you own the Vega (as do I) do you think the upgrade is worth it? It seems to me that a Vega with better mids/larger stage would be pretty amazing insofar as single DDs go...
     
  14. faithguy19
    I would say that the Atlas is better in just about everything imo. I ended up selling something to buy the Atlas and once I got the Atlas I felt comfortable selling the Vega. I didn't really feel like I needed both the Atlas and the Vega. For me the upgrade was worth it. It probably won't be for everyone though. Depends on how much you want to spend for better sound.
     
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  15. subguy812
    At first listen, bass is overwhelming, only at first. They find their balance, the treble extends well and has a very "real" tone. The mids are very present which you would not appreciate on a quick sampling. When people describe them as V shaped I know they haven't given them time. I never heard Vega but I have heard Andromeda, so I would assume they are between the two. Frankly, I would take the Atlas hands down, with the Andromeda being a good companion. The bass is very good as you could expect from a DD. I think once you hear the the Atlas and give it time to allow your brain to adjust you will find it difficult to listen to others.

    Some of this was typed from another thread....

    It is quickly moving up the ranks as a favorite. I haven't begun to write my review so that is all I am saying.
     
    Last edited: May 24, 2018
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