Omar, the creator of The Curiosity Project has managed to sit Caleb Rosenau of Campfire Audio down for a chat about IEMs, how they work and what makes Campfire Audio so special. They discuss Campfire Audio’s new releases, the Honeydew and Satsuma and how they are both “Perfect gateway products to the world within Campfire Audio”.
Caleb talks emphatically about taking a less is more approach when designing their new budgeting offerings. The Satsuma has been fitted with a single balanced armature (BA) driver and the Honeydew packs a 10mm Dynamic driver inside. Both IEMs focus on comfort, fit, and a each IEM has a tailored sound signature to reflect customers feedback. They also provide a significantly different listening experience from device to device. Make sure to listen to the Podcast to find out more!
Omar and Caleb start talking in detail about the Honeydew and Satsuma around 75 minutes into the show. Before that, they talk about all manner of topics within the Audio world. Ranging from current trends to expectations and why Campfire Audio has not jumped on the TWS bandwagon. It is an interesting listen and well worth the time investment. You really feel that Caleb wears his heart on his sleeve. In addition to Omars thoughtful questioning and dedication to the topics at hand, there is a lot to learn and marvel about this fascinating brand and to ponder just what heights they will surely reach.
The whole podcast is available to listen to via Spotify here: Conversations With: Caleb Rosenau of Campfire Audio
Oscar has obviously also spent some time with these beauties. You can read his review of the Honeydew here and the Satsuma here. If Videos are more your thing then we also have you covered! We have just released a comprehensive video review of them both together on our Youtube channel here.