Shinola launch Campfire Audio collaboration with Canfield Bluetooth IEMs

Shinola brought jobs to Detroit and now they’re teaming up with the Pacific Northwest’s highly respected, handmade, headphone design and manufacturer Campfire Audio out of Portland, Oregon to launch a Bluetooth IEM collaboration in the guise of the budget-friendly ($250 USD) Canfield In-Ear Monitors which is available in either silver stainless steel or black.

Featuring a 16.5 OHM impedance for easy driving and a frequency response of 10Hz~20kHz, they are equipped with 8.5mm Beryllium dynamic drivers, Qualcomm aptX HD Bluetooth connectivity (enabling 24-bit high-resolution audio on supported devices) and AAC for Apple devices, the new Canfields are easily paired with any smartphones, tablets or computers for streaming-music goodness.

With memory foam and silicone ear tips along with a USB-C based wired charging system and a dual-battery design, the Canfields can support up to two devices simultaneously. A custom MMCX (Micro Miniature Coaxial Connector) makes for easy cable swaps or replacement.

Specifications

  • HOUSING: Precision Machined Stainless Steel with PVD coating
  • TRANSDUCER TYPE: 8.5mm Beryllium Dynamic Driver
  • CONNECTOR TYPE: Custom L & R MMCX
  • CONTROL TYPE: Inline Mic with +/- and Multi-Function Button
  • FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 10Hz – 20kHz
  • TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: < 1%
  • IMPEDANCE: 16.5 Ω @ 1kHz
  • SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL: 104 dB/1mW
  • BLUETOOTH: Bluetooth® 4.2 with AAC, aptX and aptX HD
  • PLAYBACK: 12 Hours of Music Playback
  • CASE: Branded Fabric Travel Case
  • PRODUCT WEIGHT: 1.2 Oz

COMPANY INFO
Shinola
441 W Canfield St, Detroit, MI 48201, USA
customerservice@shinola.com
+1-844-744-6652

COMMENTS
60OhmBone's picture

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Rafe Arnott's picture
Thanks for the kind words.

They're truly appreciated.

We're working at getting away from what the site had become and trying to make it a more inviting place for headphone lovers, that said, videos have been discussed, and perhaps YouTube videos could be on the horizon, the biggest issue for us now is getting the measurements up to speed with proper back-end implementation of the plots/data sets we will be receiving.

This isn't a quick fix and requires cooperation from three time zones on two continents, but once everything is in place, things will really start rolling – and that may include video.

I wish everything could happen at once, but to do things right it takes time and I truly appreciate everyone's patience.

Peace

Three Toes of Fury's picture

.....3.....2.......1.....

I wonder if this company has thought about pairing up with a supplier of awesome Amps/DACs....if so, you'd have:

SCHIIT or SHINOLA

thank you! thank you! try the quiche! tip your waitstaff!

Peace .n. Living in Stereo

Three Toes of Fury

PS: Thanks for posting about these Rafe...they look intriguing.

Ariamella's picture

My man, $250 is nowhere near close to budget-friendly. That's firmly in mid-tier.

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