Dan Clark of MrSpeakers did originally make speakers, but recent years has seen more successes in the personal audio space than traditional two channel. A PR release dropped this week notifying all the in realm that a rebranding was taking place for the company based out of San Diego, also to coincide with the launch of two new options for a new generation of Aeon headphones.
The new facelift is aptly called Dan Clark Audio and headphone will come in both open and closed back designs. Often referred to a “closed headphone that sounds like an open” the smaller closed Aeon model is one of the company’s biggest sellers. New models will come to market at a retail for $899 along with a few updates over the previous gen. Dan commented: “The AEON Flow is one of the most successful and well-reviewed headphones at its price, but that doesn’t mean we are going to sit back and treat it as a finished project,”
Always striving for both sound quality and comfort, the new Aeon 2 offers up thicker ear pads, a foldable design and a 325g weight. There is a new motor assembly which includes trickle down technologies from his Ether 2 flagship. Portability is also promises an uptick with smaller overall case size.
Interested parties can find the direct-to-consumer website here, also available from Dan Clark Audio’s dealer network.