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Campfire Audio releases two new mid-range IEMs, say hi to Holocene and Mammoth

By Kenny Yeo - on 14 Jul 2021, 10:17am

Campfire Audio releases two new mid-range IEMs, say hi to Holocene and Mammoth

Campfire Audio Holocene (Image source: Campfire Audio)

Hot on the heels of Satsuma and Honeydew are two new IEMs from Campfire Audio with equally funky names. Say hi to Holocene and Mammoth.

These are Campfire Audio's newest mid-range offerings. Holocene is the pricier of the two and it features a triple balanced armature balanced. A single custom balanced armature covers the highs while two custom balanced armatures take care of the mids and lows.

Like Campfire Audio's other offerings, these balanced armatures sit within a specially tuned 3D-printed acoustic chamber. Holocene is said to have an even and balanced frequency response.

Holocene features a machined aluminium shell and comes with what Campfire Audio calls an "umber" finish. The inlaid logo on the shell is painted with luminescent material so it glows in the dark. Holocene uses MMCX connectors.

Campfire Audio Mammoth (Image source: Campfire Audio)

The slightly more affordable Mammoth has a hybrid design that consists of two balanced armatures for the mids and highs, and a 10mm bio-cellulose dynamic driver for the bass.

Campfire Audio describes Mammoth as having "muscular musical definition" and "epic sonic proportions".

Like Holocene, Mammoth has a machined aluminium shell in "Frozen Tundra" blue and it also has a glow-in-the-dark inlaid logo. Mammoth also uses MMCX connectors.

Both IEMs will come with carrying cases made from upcycled marine plastic and Smoky Litz cables that have glow-in-the-dark connectors.


Availability and pricing

The Campfire Audio Holocene and Mammoth are priced at S$899 and S$799 respectively. You can order them now from ConnectIT and they will be shipping later this month.

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