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APS Aeon vs. Aeon 2
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APS Aeon vs. Aeon 2

Long time listener, first time caller. The info on here has been very helpful in making my studio monitor selection. So thanks for that! But where I find myself now, is trying to decide between the APS Aeon and Aeon 2. If money wasn’t an issue, I’d go for the Aeon 2, but it’s a bit more than I want to spend at the moment. Has anyone owned both, worked with both, or at least heard them both? Is the Aeon 2 significantly better sounding than its predecessor? Deeper lows, more accurate mids and highs? Looks to me from the specs, that it’s just a little smaller of an enclosure, with slightly more powerful amplifiers and a smaller tweeter. I know its all subjective, but I’d like to hear your opinions all the same.

Thanks sluts,
Mike
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It’s a sizeable upgrade yes... worth the money!
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It’s a sizeable upgrade yes... worth the money!
In what ways?

Both of these are on my radar this year.

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More detailed opinions encouraged! The other options I’m now considering are Klassiks with the sub 10 or Coax with the sub 10. What do y’all think?
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