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Dan Clark Audio Stealth

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Wolvebain:
The reviews on the new headie, the Stealth, from DCA seem great!




Link to the product Page: https://danclarkaudio.com/dcastealth.html

Link to the reviews:

* ASR:
* Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47aXPdDujm8
* Written: https://www.audiosciencereview.com/forum/index.php?threads/dan-clark-stealth-review-state-of-the-art-headphone.25920/
* Head-Fi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDU97T7OGsg
* Headphone Guru: https://headphone.guru/dan-clark-audio-stealth-planar-magnetic-headphone-redefining-flagship/
* Audio-Head: https://audio-head.com/review-dan-clark-audio-stealth/The want is real for these  ;D

neilh:


Love the Aeons but these take it to a whole new level

kamikazi:
Impressive engineering looking at the measurements, very low distortion, though it is tracking the Harmon curve way too closely for my liking (not a fan) so it will probably sound warm. Looking at the construction I can't believe these cost $4k, headphone pricing continues being something of a bad joke. I'm sure many hours of engineering efforts went into designing this and I'm sure it is individually hand-crafted, but the Stealth logo looks very "gamery" and for this target market it is missing RGB lighting.

dingeth:
Red stitching is a bit much, but otherwise I really dig the aesthetics with that carbon look. Technical details seem really impressive too.

That price though...$$$

Drifter:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Toajhfrc9lY

I watched this early impressions video this week.

I quite like the non-glossy carbon finish on the ear cups. The red stitching is a bit over the top.
Looking at the mechanism used to hold the ear cups and the elastic used in the head strap, it does not appear very sturdy.

$4k is a lot of moola.

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