Campfire Audio Atlas in-ear
Atlas ist Campfire’s neues Flagschiff neben Vega und Andromeda. Wie bei Vega wird eine dynamische diamantbeschichtete Membran verwendet, allerdings mit 10mm Durchmesser deutlich größer. Das Gehäuse ist aus massivem Edelstahl und unterscheidet sich in punkto Kabelführung (Silberkabel!) – deutlich von den herkömmlichen Campfire’s. Der Klang ist über jeden Zweifel erhaben. Nicht billig, aber sensationell gut!
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Gigantic and Fantastic Sound.
A truly massive sound. We’ve expanded our ADLC driver to a mighty 10mm and enclosed it in Stainless Steel – Atlas is a full range powerhouse.
The result is a terrific sounding earphone with a dynamic signature that will convert even the most jaded listener to an Atlas fan.
Designed and Assembled in Portland, Oregon USA
New Stainless Steel Body
Our new stainless steel earphone bodies are drop forged and then CNC machined before being hand polished to a mirror finish.
The weight of our stainless steel earphones in your hand feels good. The durability of stainless steel gives you peace of mind in daily use, knowing these are going to last.
New A.D.L.C. Diaphragm Dynamic Driver
Expanding on the commercial and critical success of Vega, we returned to an A.D.L.C. diaphragm design for Atlas and super sized it to a new 10mm driver; up from 8.5mm utilized in Vega.
For a quick background, A.D.L.C. (Amorphous Diamond-Like Carbon) is the hybrid of diamond and graphite carbon. It is a non-crystalline diamond. It is a material that has low density and high rigidity, important factors when considering diaphragm materials.
In designing a dynamic driver, the diaphragm material used should be as rigid as possible to provide a wider range of frequency responses and lower distortion. Additionally, the density of the diaphragm material should also be as low as possible in order to increase fidelity.
The 10mm A.D.L.C. diaphragm driver at the heart of Atlas achieves these goals; superior fidelity, excellent frequency response, and low distortion.
3D Modeled Awesomeness
Tuning a high fidelity earphone is both an art and a science. To make something really special many critical factors need to intersect perfectly. This is why we choose to design and iterate with 3D modeled parts and take those parts into our final builds. It gives us an unprecedented level of control to capture the sound we’re trying to achieve. We think you’ll appreciate this refinement when you hear them yourself.
New Pure Silver Cable
We’ve created an all new pure silver cable for Atlas that allows you to get the very best sound possible from your earphone, right out of the box. The pure silver conductors provide additional resolution and refinement to an already exceptional sound.
This cable is also wound with a twist that reduces tangling and microphonics improving your daily experience with Atlas.
- Single Full Range 10mm Dynamic Driver
- Plasma enhanced Chemical Vapor Depostion (C.V.D.) Amorphous Diamond Like Carbon (A.D.L.C.) Diaphragm.
- Beryllium / Copper MMCX Connections
- Stainless Steel Body
- 5Hz–20 kHz Frequency Response
- 105 dB SPL/mW Sensitivity
- 19 Ohms @ 1kHz Impedance
- Less than 1% Total Harmonic Distortion
Ken started Audio Line Out by hand-building some of the finest portable cables in the world. His efforts grew that company from his basement into ALO audio; of the most well-regarded names in personal audio. A long line of successful amplifiers and cables spread and cemented that reputation, which remains firmly in place today.
Campfire Audio began much in the same way as ALO audio. Experimenting with materials and techniques to create something special for the people who care most about it. And with the same determination the early prototype earphones eventually got great.
We launched the Jupiter, Orion and Lyra in the late Summer of 2015. In the Spring of 2016, we introduced the Nova and Andromeda. The Fall of 2016 we introduced our liquid alloy metal line; Lyra II, Dorado, and Vega. In August 2017 we introduced Polaris. In February 2018 we introduced our first headphone, Cascade. April 2018 we announced Comet and Atlas. Andromeda S was announced in August 2018 in Hong Kong. Our first Equinox Beta program was rolled out at the same time. Solaris was introduced in Tokyo, Japan at the end of October 2018.
As our development continues we refined our original ideas and prototypes into our current model lineup. Each earphone is the culmination of countless iterations, hours of listening and rigorous performance testing.
Rest assured that when you purchase a Campfire Audio earphone, you are the proud owner of a world-class earphone from a company that stands behind its products.