A strikingly beautiful In Ear designed to endure
Campfire has created a remarkable succession of high-fidelity hybrid IEMs since Dorado’s first release in 2016, which have gone from niche to popularized as some of the finest in the world.
With a fresh twist on the traditional hybrid design, Dorado 2020 infuses new vitality into the name and history of the original. One dynamic driver and one balanced armature There are no problems since there is no cross-over. These simplified pairings, according to Campfire, recreate sound more accurately, with better clarity and cohesiveness, than those with too complex cross-over systems.
The end effect is a rich, genuine tone. They’re resolving and emotionally engaging, and they’re a real blend in terms of design and sound.
A bass-satisfying hybrid high-fidelity earphone
The custom-tuned 10mm A.D.L.C. diaphragm dynamic driver is augmented by a single balanced armature. This powerful driver is given the freedom to dig a little deeper, reach a little lower, and produce rich and satisfying bass by leaving the dazzling highs to the B.A. It has a crisp and pronounced vocal delivery. The Dorado 2020 is a high-fidelity hybrid earphone.
Ceramic – very durable with stunning appearance
With the original Lyra, Campfire Audio was the first business to offer a ceramic body earphone in 2015.
They’ve returned to this great stuff with the new Dorado and Vega.
Ceramic is a thick substance. When it comes to creating earphones, this is part of the attraction. As it doesn’t allow vibrations to go wild, the density works well with dynamic drives. It also has the additional advantage of being highly scratch resistant, which adds to the value of ownership.
The sintering process gives Campfire’s ceramic shells their strength. Two days at 600 degrees Fahrenheit are followed by three days at 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. As a consequence of the prolonged exposure to high heat, the components’ size is drastically reduced and their density is increased.
The shells are then tumbled for up to three days with tiny alumina stones and water in a tumbler. This polishing procedure is what gives them their appealing high-gloss sheen.
Campfire used a machined brass spout with a ‘gunmetal grey’ P.V.D. finish for Dorado 2020. The spout’s conical shape and smaller diameter offer further tuning benefits while also increasing wear comfort. The super-small balanced armature is centered in the spout, and its closeness to the outlet gives it just the perfect amount of presence.
To have the most pleasant music listening experience
Dorado’s acoustic design is similar to Vega’s in that it uses the finest components available and lets them shine. There is no cross-over or other technological clutter in the signal route, similar to Vega 2020, to jeopardize the driver’s musical performance.
As a hybrid IEM, Dorado 2020 is distinguished from Vega by the addition of a single high-frequency focused balanced armature. Dorado also employs a custom-tuned dynamic driver, which is comparable to the full-range sibling found in Vega.
Consider the future: environmentally friendly pouches
The salmon-colored case is constructed of recycled marine plastic from ocean cleaning for an eco-friendly alternative to the traditional leather bag.
- 5 Hz – 22 kHz Frequency Response
- 94 dB SPL @ 1kHz: 18.52 mVrs
- 10 Ohm @ 1kHz Impedance
- Black Ceramic Shell
- Single Custom Balanced Armature (High)
- 10mm A.D.L.C. Diaphragm Dynamic Driver (Mid+Low)
- Oversized Neodymium Rare Earth Magnet
- Custom Beryllium / Copper MMCX Connections
- Brass Spout with ‘Midnight Grey’ PVD finish