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9.5mm Dynamic + 1 BA
Android & iOS
2 Years of
Designed & Made
in the USA
Campfire Audio started small before growing big, just like a bonfire starts with a small flicker of light. Their aim is to create something special for those who care about their audio the most. Each model in their range has been refined over the years to create what we hear today including the Polaris.
The Polaris has been designed in Portland Oregon on French Paper Co. Stock, U.S.A. Each piece is carefully assembled by hand. The handmade construction ensures a superior build due to the attention paid to every detail. Thus, this in-ear is one of the finest in its class.
New Packaging contains Final Audio Tips, Campfire Audio Marshmallow Tips, Silicon Earphone Tips, Campfire Audio Lapel Pin and Cleaning Tool
Polaris now comes with a New Premium Blue Zipper Case made in Portugal. Carry your Campfire Audio - Polaris anywhere and everywhere.
The 1.35m Litz Copper Cables are braided and covered in a medical grade PVC jacket to avoid tangles. It also has updated round MMCX with 3.5mm stereo plug.
|DRIVER||9.2mm Dynamic Driver|
|IMPEDENCE||17 Ohms @ 1kHz|
|SENSITIVITY||105 dB SPL/mW|
Campfire Audio Polaris Earphone
|Campfire Audio Smoky Jacket Litz Cable – Silver Plated Copper
Conductors with Berylium Copper MMCX and 3.5mm Stereo Plug
Features formed ear-hook without memory wire.
|Final Audio Tips (xs/s/m/l/xl)
Campfire Audio Marshmallow Tips (s/m/l)
Silicon Earphone Tips (s/m/l)
Campfire Audio Lapel Pin
|Premium Campfire Audio Leather Earphone Case. Made in Portugal.|
Don’t sweat it, This Campfire Audio product is covered by a 2 Years manufacturer's warranty.
Initial Impressions after using Polaris with iPhone XR
Some of the online reviews suggested that Polaris is an IEM for ‘Bassheads’ which was slightly worrisome as I do enjoy good bass but not to an extent that you can’t figure out anything else.. Thankfully, it’s NOT!
Polaris V2 (overall much better than V1) is a fun sounding IEM, certainly with elevated bass and treble but both very well tuned, I didn’t observe any muddiness in bass or sibilant treble. I found Mids on V2 more resolved and coherent than on the V1, and it’s not overpowered or recessed. I can say that Polaris V1 was more V Shaped with slightly recessed vocals, but the V2 is a clear improvement over V1 and I am enjoying the vocal clarity and overall instrument balance.
Its not as roomy and airy as Andromeda, but I found no shortage of it either for my taste. However, It may be possible (just my guess) that people who use Andro, find the bass punch on Polaris a little more than their taste and also not as wide sounding than Andro.
Overall performance of Polaris seems kinda genre specific, and also depends on the quality of audio files you feed it
Ear-Tips - Make a significant difference, I randomly tried different combos and it does affect the overall output.
It’s a powerful & fun sounding IEM overall, and I think it will also scale very well with better source
I have been using this for the past couple of days with a Audioquest Dragonfly Cobalt and my first impression was great sound but clear yet recessed mids. There is good sound stage but not as good as a open pair like the Audeze iSine. They sound best when the song that you’re listening to is produced really well. I would recommend trying Deadmau5 or Skrillex to really feel the clarity and bass performance of this pair. Build wise these feel very delicate to me, especially the wire and I couldn’t find an exact replacement online so be careful with that. I hope headphone zone starts selling the ‘Smoky Jacket Litz Cable’ soon.