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Campfire Audio's new earphones arrive just in time for streaming's embrace of hi-fi music

If you're going to enjoy lossless audio, your current wireless buds just won't cut it.
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With Apple Music now offering a lossless audio option and Spotify to follow soon with their own answer, you might want to look into a new pair of wired headphones. Campfire Audio just launched their Satsuma and Honeydew models with hand-crafted designs that feature the brand's patented 3D printed acoustic chambers. The Satsuma (above) is designed to tackle genres like rock, pop, and classical while the Honeydew features a custom-designed 10mm LCP diaphragm dynamic driver to better tackle lower frequencies for hip hop and EDM fans. 


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