Campfire Solaris vs Campfire Andromeda
The Solaris has more sub-bass quantity and it commands greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the Solaris takes on a fuller approach and there is a stronger rumble. The bass decay on the Andromeda is slightly quicker which contributes to the overall pace. Bass texture on the Solaris is rendered with slightly extra smoothness. The mid-bass on the Solaris has slightly more quantity which helps to present the slam in a fuller manner but there is greater punch on the Andromeda. The midrange on the Solaris is fuller sounding and the expression is more forward. The vocals on the Solaris are expressed with musicality. The lower midrange on the Solaris has more quantity than the Andromeda and male vocals are expressed with lushness. The upper midrange on the Solaris is emphasized and the female vocals take on a more forward approach with higher intimacy level. In the treble section, the extension on both is pretty similar. There is a smoother treble presentation on the Solaris while the Andromeda has more energy. The amount of air rendered on the Solaris is slightly greater. The crisp on both has similar definition. Treble expression on the Solaris is able to provide a soothing listen. Lastly, for the soundstage, there is natural expansion on both. The Solaris has a slight edge in the width magnitude. The depth on Andromeda is more closed in.
Campfire Solaris vs Campfire Atlas
The Atlas has more sub-bass quantity than the the Solaris and it is able to extend greater. The rumble on the Atlas is stronger. The bass decay on the Solaris is slightly quicker and the nimbleness creates an agile performance. The bass texture on the both is rendered smoothly. The mid-bass on the Atlas is fuller with the slam being delivered with weight and authority. Each bass note on the Atlas is articulated with an authoritative hit while the Solaris takes on a smoother approach. The midrange on the Solaris has better clarity and it boasts higher transparency level. The lower midrange on the Atlas is less clear and male vocals are more distant. The upper midrange on the Solaris is more boosted and the extra forwardness creates an energetic female vocals showing. In the treble section, the Solaris has greater extension and the treble is expressed in a smoother manner. The crisp on the Solaris has better definition. Treble articulation on the Solaris is more precise. The Atlas has greater amount of air rendered and its sparkle is more apparent. In terms of soundstage, the expansion on both is natural. The width magnitude on the Solaris is greater and the depth of the Atlas is more closed in. The Solaris is able to provide a more spacious feeling.
Campfire Solaris vs Fidue A91 Sirius
The Solaris has slightly more sub-bass quantity and it boasts better extension. The Solaris has a cleaner sub-bass reproduction. The mid-bass of the Sirius is heavier than the Solaris and the slam is expressed in a less agile manner. The bass decay on the Solaris is quicker and the bass texture rendered on the Solaris is smoother. Each bass note on the Solaris is articulated in an incisive manner. The bass definition is higher on the Solaris and there is a tighter expression. The midrange on the Solaris is clearer and the details retrieval is better. The vocals reproduction on the Solaris is more vibrant. The lower midrange on both has similar quantity and male vocals are expressed with comparable presence. The upper midrange on the Solaris is more forward and female vocals are being presented with extra liveliness. Next, for the treble section, the Solaris has slightly more extension and the crisp has better definition. The amount of air rendered on the Solaris is greater. The Solaris has additional sparkle which contributes a more energetic top end. The presentation on both is controlled. Lastly, the expansion on both is natural. The width magnitude on the Solaris is greater. The depth on the Solaris is less closed in. There is more spaciousness on the Solaris with better positioning of vocals and instruments.