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Campfire Audio follows up the Satsuma and the Honeydew with two higher-end options: the Holoscene and Mammoth. Housed in an angular machined aluminum body, the Holoscene boasts a more even and balanced sound profile while the Mammoth pumps up the bass, mids, and treble. Designed and assembled in Portland, Oregon, both models feature black PVD stainless steel spouts, beryllium MMCX connectors, and a case made out of SEAQUAL upcycled marine plastic. 


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