Campfire Audio unveiled the Dorado 2020 and Vega 2020 in-ear headphones. Initially, both models were launched four years ago. The 2020 versions have updated the design and construction of the headphones.
Dorado 2020 headphones remain a classic example of hybrid in-ear headphones. Each includes one custom balanced armature driver for the high frequency range and one dynamic neodymium magnet driver. They complement each other without using a crossover.
The speaker is equipped with a 10mm ADLC (Amorphous Diamond-Like Carbon) diaphragm. A diamond-like carbon film, which is very hard, is produced by chemical vapor deposition (CVD).
The 2020 Dorado features a new black brass nib and a ceramic body with a Midnight Gray PVD coating. Detachable cable attaches to beryllium copper MMCX connectors.
The Vega 2020 is purely dynamic. At the same time, the wideband driver in the updated version of 2020 has a large size, and it is also equipped with a neodymium magnet system and a 10mm ADLC diaphragm. The exterior design of the ceramic body has also been updated with the addition of a polished stainless steel earmold tip. The detachable cable also uses beryllium copper MMCX connectors.
Naturally, these two models have different impedances: the Dorado 2020 has 10, and the Vega 2020 has 36 ohms. The prices of new products also differ. In the US, the Dorado 2020 costs $1,099, while the Vega 2020 will cost $899.