On December 3, 2018, StereoNET published an article on their website in the UK.
Jay Garrett reported on the new line from Dynaudio called Evoke. “Danish loudspeaker designers Dynaudio has created a new family of speakers named Evoke. The new series has been designed from the ground up yet features tech trickled down from some of its top-level ranges.” (https://www.stereonet.co.uk/news/dynaudio-evoke-series-loudspeakers-revealed) (Photo credit: StereoNET)
Dyaudio currently features the line of Evoke product on their website for sale internationally. According to their page:
“2018 has been pretty busy for the Dynaudio team – something you’ll know already if you’ve been following our various happenings in Dynaudio Magazine. But the most exciting stuff is the technology we haven’t been able to talk about until now.
A warm welcome, then, to the brand-new Evoke range. Evoke is a family of five new hi-fi speakers that brings a true audiophile-level experience to music-lovers, from dyed-in-the-wool enthusiasts to total hi-fi newcomers.” (https://www.dynaudio.com/dynaudio-academy/2018/december/the-new-dynaudio-cerotar-tweeter-in-evoke)
Dynaudio uses similar technology from their other products in this product line. Their company does not utilize planar technology as does EVOKE Loudspeakers.
Dynaudio launched this new sub-brand that they are calling Evoke on December 3, 2018. EVOKE Loudspeakers launched their first product, Eddie, in 2016.
Dynaudio and EVOKE have not been in communication regarding this matter. Given the distinction of our respective technologies, there is no conflict of interest. With regard to the use of our name, that’s another story.