Campfire Audio is a company based in Portland, Oregon and they specialize in in-ear monitors (IEMs), headphones and cables. The Polaris II is the successor to the Polaris. I would like to thank Campfire Audio for the review unit of the Polaris II. At the moment, you can purchase the Polaris II from Campfire Audio.
- Driver Configuration: 1 Balanced Armature + 1 9.2mm Dynamic
- Frequency Response: 5Hz–20kHz
- Sensitivity: 105 dB SPL/mW
- Impedance: 17 Ohms @ 1kHz
Unboxing & Accessories
The Polaris II comes in a squarish grey package with black pattern and the package sports the brand name. A blue wrapping paper is used to wrap the package and on the front, there is a blue sticker and it sports the brand name, image of Polaris II and model name. The package is made of USA made “French Paper Company” paper. After opening the package, there is a premium leather case which contains the Polaris II and detachable MMCX cable. Each shell is protected inside a soft pouch that is divided into 2 sections. In the accessories box, there are Campfire Audio Marshmallow tips (S & L), silicone tips (S, M & L), Final E tips (XS, S, M, L & XL), cleaning tool and Campfire Audio pin. At the bottom of the package, there are warranty card and instruction manual.
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How does this compare to the Mofasest Trio? They’re both selling for $499 right now. Thank you
Hi, it depends on your genres for sure. If you want bass quantity and treble sparkle, Polaris II. If you want bodied midrange and smooth treble, Trio. Cheers!
Between the Polaris II and the Oriveti OH500 which one would you recommend???
If you prefer more bass and sparkly treble, Polaris II. If you prefer intimate midrange and smooth presentation, OH500. Cheers!