Campfire Audio has announced Satsuma and Honeydew IEM systems for musicians and performers. Both models feature Campfire Audio’s 3D printed acoustic chamber design to control acoustic frequency response, with Satsuma offered for guitar, keyboard and vocal applications, and Honeydew’s bass-forward frequency response suited to electronic music applications, DJs, drummers and bass players.

Both models feature innovative material selection, eye-catching colours, high-quality cabling, and high reliability for use in the studio and at gigs.

Campfire Audio SatsumaThe ‘orange fizz’ coloured Satsuma features a similar aesthetic presentation to Campfire Audio’s higher-end range of products, characterised by patent-pending 3D printed acoustic chamber design. This chamber helps to optimise the frequency response of the unit’s full-range armature driver. Sonically, Satsuma is characterised by highly focused mid-band frequencies, controlled bass response, and enhanced highs.

‘The clarity and spatial accuracy of Satsuma makes it ideal both as a studio monitor or as an everyday listening device,’ says Campfire Audio VP, Caleb Rosenau. ‘Both Satsuma and Honeydew feature design elements and acoustic features that are derived from the same DNA as our more expensive premium models. So whether you need them in a critical listening application in the studio or on stage, or if you just want highly detailed audio performance in your everyday carry, these models have you covered. The ‘mellow yellow’ Honeydew also uses a custom 10mm LCP diaphragm dynamic driver for reference level bass response and a fast and detailed response.

‘Our all-new ABS body style design meets the demands of the professional musician,’ Rosenau adds. ‘It provides a lightweight, protective enclosure for Honeydew. Further, the unmistakable colours and an unmatched combination of weight and strength of ABS make it the perfect selection for demanding conditions. Easy to spot and hard to break means you’ll have your earphone working and within reach more often.’

Campfire Audio Satsuma and Honeydew are priced at US$199 and US$249 respectively.


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