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Are these too much IEM for Spotify and an iPhone?

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jaxtrauma
1804
Oct 16, 2021
I have the Shinola Canfield (by Campfire Audio).
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It started as a bluetooth IEM, and sounded ok, but when I put a good cable on them they literally exploded with sound (especially balanced, driven with the Jotunheim). Campfire deserves its reputation as a purveyor of high end IEMs. This one seems to be comparable to the 'Honeydew' in price and performance. I think they've been discontinued, but it was a steal at $200. Finally, I was able to tell Schiit from Shinola.
Epoche000
14
Oct 15, 2021
I don't believe in the notion that if you only use Spotify on your phone you should not get a good set of IEM. iPhone dongle dac is enough to power this receiver. The deciding factor here should be what you are looking for. If you want to have one high end IEM for all use cases, I can honestly recommend that this is good choice.
Epoche000
14
Oct 15, 2021
Never owned a pair but have heard Campfire Andromeda. I haven't tried their cheaper line up. IMO It's not worth $1000 but it's better than Blessing2. I must say the marginal return between FDX1/Blessing 2 and Andromeda is noticeable but not $800/$700 noticeable.
Jabudah
3
Oct 15, 2021
I was considering some of their midtier ones. I think I like more of a bass signature but listen to lots of genres