As an audiophile, you likely need very little introduction to Campfire Audio: The Portland, Oregon-based audio brand with exceptional hand-made, high-performing IEMs. Their latest? The Orbit: an audiophile-approved pair of wireless earphones. A truly out-of-this-world IEM, the Orbit looks, feels, and sounds as high-quality as the rest of Campfire’s wired range—now in a convenient, sporty form factor. Packed into a 270-milliamp hour battery case that allows for almost 40 hours of total listening, this is one pair of earphones that will go the distance with you. The 10-millimeter dynamic driver has been tuned by Campfire’s audio experts to sound powerful and natural, thanks to the Liquid Crystal Polymer material in use. Plus, with Bluetooth 5.2 compatibility and support for Qualcomm’s aptX Adaptive codec, the wireless fidelity is as stratospheric as everything else.
Attention to detail: it’s a quality that defines most audiophile listeners. At Campfire Audio, it defines the audiophile builders, too. Founded by Ken Ball—owner and founder of cable- and DAC-manufacturer Audio Line Out—Campfire Audio creates innovative earphones with patented technologies and world-class performance. Powered by a small team of highly skilled craftspeople, the brand continuously experiments with materials and techniques to push the boundaries of the listening experience. Based in Portland, Oregon, the Campfire Audio team designs and assembles everything by hand. Each earphone is the culmination of countless iterations, hours of listening, and rigorous performance testing. It’s an audiophile-approved standard of quality—with results that sound the part.
Estimated ship date is Jan 13, 2023 PT.
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