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Campfire Audio Dorado 2020 IEM
$599
$1099

Campfire Audio Dorado 2020 IEM

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Specs

  • Campfire Audio
  • Drivers: (1) balanced armature, (1) ADLC diaphragm dynamic driver
  • Housing material: Sintered ceramic
  • Impedance: 10 ohms
  • Sensitivity: 94 dB
  • Frequency response: 5 Hz—22 kHz
  • Cable: Silver-plated copper
  • Connectors: MMCX

Includes

  • Detachable cable
  • Ear tips
  • Cleaning tool
  • Recycled plastic zipper case

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Estimated ship date is Feb 1, 2023 PT.

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Thank you so much for the your humor and comparative to the OH10's. I've done quite a bit of searching and really hadn't found any comparatives of the two IEM's so totally appreciate hearing your experience. Just finished listening to DDU-DU DDU-DU and would have to agree that baseline is great but I do hear some roll-off in the low-end on the OH10's. Just thought I would compare the 7HZ Timeless to the OH10's for this track for fun: 7hz Timeless (SpinFit C100): Very Open, wide soundstage though depth is a bit lacking. Slightly syllabant, and the low end feels compressed w/o much detail though the upper end is very detailed. Vocals are very forward and imaging feels good. Moving to the OH10's (SpinFit W1).. the soundstage is not as wide but considerable more depth and imaging. Way more detail in the low end and no syllabience.  The vocal imaiging feels recessed and not centered. Anyway, I regress... I think I'm going to have to bite the bullet on these.. as I have been intrigued by campire audio for awhile and these seem to good at this price point not to purchase. As far as TWC + ANC.. I've tried various options over the years but have never much cared for any of them.. either over ear or IEM.. I feel to sensitive to the noise cancellation.. akin to the difference of looking at a scene with nice warm tungsten lighting compared to overhead fluorescents. If the Dorado's don't work out for travel, I'll stick to my tested Etymotic's (they have severed me well for travel for almost a decade now) and I'll just have another fun pair of headphones in the collection! Thanks Again!
Well allow me to push you if you're on the fence: do it! :D I don't regret spending the money - I've enjoyed every minute of it. Although in all honesty TL;DR: passive dampening isn't great. I cant recommend these for noise isolation, unless you give it a little juice (within reason obviously). Ask my co-workers, they're practically dead to me when I wear these around the office. With the OH10's I could still hear muffled voices in passing. The nerve, trying to talk to me. :D As for the comparison: I used a bass-heavy track to A/B these after reading your question. BlackPink's DDU-DU DDU-DU remix, say what you want, that bass is ungodly, & the production is spotless. I still enjoy the bass on the OH10's, its softer, and less defined than the dorado, more 'round' - it's hard to put into words. After using the dorado's for a week now, the OH10's feel dull in comparison, more removed - external. Less detail, less bass extension on those really low notes. It would be incorrect to say the dorado's are similar in signature, but I feel comfortable saying they're in the same spirit. Very crispy highs with pronounced, powerful bass. The fact that these had a similar configuration, 1 DD + 1BA, to the OH10's was what drew me to them. So yeah, more of the same, only better. These weigh half as much I swear. I'm still searching for my favorite fit on ear tips, and I do kind of have a hard time getting a good seal. I feel like that was easier on the OH10's. The nozzle on the dorado's in angled and interesting. I'm used to twisting once inserted, but the dorados work better when I just put them in straight on. Twisting doesn't seem to have an effect. I don't commute by train anymore, so I cant really convey any sort of meaningful baseline in that respect. I work on a really busy street and have walked home with the OH10's plenty of times, I totally get what you're saying about the bleed. Unfortunately a regular test lands the dorado's really close to the OH10's for passive dampening. Maybe I'm not getting a great seal, or these spinfit tips are too thin. But as I mentioned above, they're a bit better, and that's enough for me. A nice pair of TWS + ANC might be what you need for the commute.