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That's an awfully steep discount...it's to the point where it's too much and serves as a siren song that serves as a huge caution before even thinking about buying this.

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Tapeworm
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Dec 3, 2021
I own original Vega and Cascade. For the price, neither are very durable and I think they're overpriced. Great sound, but durability issues have put me off Campfire Audio.
legaceez
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Dec 7, 2021
TapewormI've owned the original Vega for like 3-4 years now. Haven't had an issue with it. I use it almost daily too--especially on my hour long train commutes. I know this is a classic case of my experience vs yours but my Vega feels built like a tank, even with the plastic parts, compared to other IEM's I've used.
Tapeworm
11
Dec 21, 2021
legaceezMine separated where the black plastic nozzle meets the metal housing. I saw other reports of this same failure in head fi. Campfire told me to mail them in (from Germany lol), so I just glued them back together myself.
EatMyDustbunny
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Sep 4, 2021
Ken Ball makes garbage gear. He always has and he always will. His first company, ALO, had DAC/amp portables that were obscenely harsh sounding, which tells me that Ken has lost a lot of his upper range frequency hearing.
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