Drop + Dan Clark Audio Aeon Closed X Headphones
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Drop + Dan Clark Audio Aeon Closed X Headphones

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joaquino9
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Aug 5, 2022
I'm planning to get the Dan Clark Aeon 2 Noire and I would like to match it with a mobile Amp/DAC. Would you recommend a mobile Amp/DAC for the DC Aeon 2 Noire? Thank you!
dm94aq7
62
Aug 6, 2022
I would recommend not buying any Aeon models because of the pad issues 😂
QTips
11
Feb 1, 2021
How does this differ from the Aeon RT?
AshBash
58
Feb 2, 2021
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Szalor
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Jan 26, 2021
Do these headphones come with the extra filters that are included with the Aeon RT?
Yes they include an additional set of tuning filters which are: Black Foam Black Felt 1 Notch White Felt (Pre-installed) 2 Notch White Felt
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Seijuro
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Jan 26, 2021
I guess I'll ask the first question. Are these the Aeon Closed RT and if not what makes them different? Thanks
Dan Clark Audio confirmed that the headphones are the same except for the naming. Going forward this product will be exclusive to Drop will only be available through Drop for the foreseeable future.
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rji2goleez
11
Jun 2, 2021
Question for those who already have this headphone. I just received mine about an hour ago and while I realize they need to be broken in for up to 200 hours, they sound very bright and somewhat weak on bass. How much change can I expect once broken in? I have yet to try any of the dampening pads and figure I'll wait till the stock headphones are fully broken in. My other headphones are Sennheiser HD 660 S which sound completely different and definitely warmer.
Palmegranate
10
Jun 17, 2021
I'm sure you've found this out by now, but for those wondering the bass definitely comes through after break-in. They have a slightly warm tone once they loosen up completely, but also probably need amplification and will definitely let you know if your media is low quality. Make sure you aren't using badly compressed media, have a bit of extra power driving them, and give them time to break in. They aren't for bass-heads, but are definitely on the warm side once they break in.
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