Campfire Audio's Atlas

As soon as I completed the review of Campfire Audio’s Comet, I immediately reached back out to my contact there, requesting to review their step-up from that product – the Atlas. This product occupies somewhat the same form factor, but a distinctly different market segment, with this product costing more than 6x the Comet.

True to form and cost, this is a premium UIEM and performs in leagues with some of the best that I’ve heard – but we’ll dive into that soon enough.

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iFi's Pro iESL

This one has been a long time coming. I've spent a lot of time with this product, and now have a much more holistic understanding of both the technology and its sound. This is a very full-featured product, just as the Pro iCan and the Micro iDSD Black Label were. And as an aside, iFi continues to get massive props from me for paying insane attention to microscopic detail in all of their products. But we'll get to all that below.

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Impressions: iFi's Pro iESL

Apologies for how long it has taken me to get these impressions up; I've had this device for the past two weeks or so, and have been using it pretty intensively, but have had so much extra on my plate, sheerly through coincidence, that it's taken me this long to get this slotted to post (it's been written for about a week). iFi strikes again with their second, and very new, addition to their "Pro" lineup. It has the same mind-boggling attention to detail that the Pro iCan does, and I've loved every second of using it.

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