Wireless+ are the worlds first wireless headphones for music creation and serves as an extension to our modular TMA-2 headphone system. Freedom, versatility and continuity for the modern day creative process.
This is the next step on our path towards empowering music creators, and pushing the creative process into the next era; removing constraints and unleashing creativity.
Designed for the modern day creative workflow, which has evolved to be increasingly dynamic and “always on”, the TMA-2 Wireless+ is a versatile and professional pair of headphones, featuring bothW+ Link for ultra-low latency, Bluetooth 5.0 with 80 hours battery life for all Bluetooth enabled devices, and a coiled hi-fi cable for the traditional setup. Seamless switching between devices, wireless modes and creative settings, allows music creators to focus solely on creative freedom and expression.
"I make all my music on headphones so low latency super important being able to move around my set up wirelessly with full audio is a dream"
"It's so nice using the aiaiai to create all my work on... The clarity and comfort using the tma-2 has been super nice for all my radio, production and dj work"
"Doing field recordings, playing or recording various instruments, or just sitting in front of my computer with "no strings attached". I never expected the low latency wireless thing to have such a positive impact on my work."
Daniel Kohlmeigner, Ableton Certified Trainer, Austra
Daniel Kohlmeigner, Ableton Certified Trainer, Austra
“The freedom gained by having the ability to have wireless listening isincredible you stay immersed in the work and still have the freedom tomove around. They are great for any setting sound great plus offer a highlevel of comfort.”
"There is no way back to cables"
"Definitely a huge distinction from the more DJ-oriented AIAIAIs like the TMA2 DJ. The hi mid lows feel balanced, and there’s more clarity in the lows. Low latency mode is helpful for when I’m writing music on the road as I don’t have to deal with the mess of cables! “
The TMA-2 is a modular headphone trusted by artists all over the world. Choose from our most popular models or build your own headphones.
The TMA-2 is an award winning headphone trusted by artists all over the world. Combining our responsible design philosophy and heritage of Scandinavian design, it is a modular headphone with professional sound quality.
With responsible design we minimize the risk of our products becoming obsolete. With carefully selected materials we reduce our environmental impact. Designed to last is our commitment.
Since 2010, with the launch of our first headphones, responsible design has been a foundational principle. By designing for longevity, and with modularity so you can upgrade as technology or needs evolve, we extend the functional lifetime of our products.
We continue to innovate and seek out recycled and better materials. From Alcantara® or vegan leather ear-cushions to our speaker units and packaging made from recycled materials. We contribute by reducing our carbon footprint and create less waste for the planet.
Trusted for music creativity
Put to the test and trusted in the most vigorous environments - on the road, in the studio, and on stage. This requires the highest standards and zero compromise. High-grade bio-cellulose speaker drivers for professional sound, the most comfortable and lightest materials for long sessions, and a modular design adaptable to needs and as technology evolves.
"The Anna Wintour of Music" - Benji B started his climb to success earlier than most of his peers in the industry. His first step was landing a job with legendary radio DJ Gilles Peterson on Kiss FM at just 16. From there it wasn’t long until he had his own show on BBC Radio 1Xtra. Today Benji holds down a weekly slot on Radio 1 using the platform to introduce listeners to underground electronic music from around the world.
Novelist’s skills as an MC and producer have in recent years earned him a reputation as the ‘new face of grime’. This is unsurprising, given his significant airplay on pirate radio stations, the later attention from BBC 1Xtra and Rinse, his MOBO nomination for Best Grime Act in 2014, and his work with the influential imprint Oil Gang and collaboration with grime legend Skepta.
Yaeji, an NYC-via-Seoul electronic producer, DJ and vocalist, rose to global acclaim after the release of her 2017 debut EP’s which featured songs “Raingurl” and “Drink I’m Sippin On”. Since then she’s produced remixes for Charli XCX, Dua Lipa and Robyn, sold out two headlining worldwide tours and released her debut mixtape project WHAT WE DREW 우리가 그려왔던 . Yaeji’s roots are scattered between Seoul, Atlanta, and Long Island, serving as an backdrop for her singular, hybrid-sound which is influenced by her love of Korean indie rock and electronica, late ‘90s and early 2000s hip hop and R&B.
When Simon Green first burst onto the scene in 2000 with the ‘Animal Magic’ LP it was a time when words like ‘downtempo’ were frequently thrown about by music journalists and experimental turntablism and crate-dug samples were all the rage among producers. While Bonobo’s immediately recognizable sound has always been indebted to these traditions it has also matured over time into favouring the organic unpredictability of live instrumentation over the post-modern collage of sampling.
On stage de Witte charms techno heads with her natural ease, composure and expertise. Making it almost look easy to play the biggest stages in the world. Her own studio productions have proven to be intense, addictive and downright impressive, captivating sounding labels like Novamute and Mary Go Wild. The future looks bright for Charlotte de Witte.
Chris Manak for those not in the know is the guy who started the legendary Stones Throw label back in the early 90s with his late buddy Charizma. Now enjoying worldwide success and unanimous critical reverence and musical home to artists like J Dilla Dam-Funk and Madlib are in a uniquely favorable position on the label indie market due to PB Wolf’s uncompromising artistic integrity.
Here’s a little history lesson for those under the age of 20: During the 2000s, Ed Banger Records, helmed by the diligent and aptly named Busy P, were lighting up dance floors across the world with their neon-tinted, funk-filled, distorted take on the proud, French, electronic music tradition through acts like Justice, Mr. Oizo and DJ Mehdi.
Richie Hawtin is a genuine original. His critical acclaim spans the creative realm of the fine art community to the technological vanguard. Meanwhile, as a performing artist, he is constantly pushing conceptual frontiers, moving things forward, welcoming as many as he can to ideas and experiences that would have seemed pure science fiction when he began his career.
Marcel Dettmann AKA the king of Berghain states that techno for him is a ‘grundgefühl’ - which can be roughly translated to ‘a fundamental feeling.’ In light of the fact that he produces DJs and promotes only the most exquisite and progressive forms of electronic music on the planet this makes quite a lot of sense. We suspect that this fundamental feeling plays a significant part in the knowing effortlessness with which he carries his trade.
Scottish producer Rodaidh Mcdonald currently works for the legendary XL Recordings where he’s been at the helm of some pretty remarkable records. Ranging from the quiet intensity of Daughter’s ‘If You Leave’ and Savages’ manifest-like debut ‘Silence Yourself’ to King Krule’s critically acclaimed ‘6 Feet Benath the Moon' and The XX’s world-shaking self-titled album Rodaidh’s unique sonic touch permeates a sizable piece of contemporary music’s cutting edge.
There’s isn’t really much Trevor Jackson hasn’t done. A respected remixer selector and graphic designer the London-based creative and former boss of the legendary Output label is constantly finding new remarkable ways of expressing his arresting artistic vision. Whether it’s exhibitions that romanticize physical music mediums in poignant new ways or record sleeves that effortlessly articulate the spirit of rock ‘n roll Trevor is forever one step ahead of the game.
I liked that the TMA-2 system got me away from compromise - rather than finding the best fit I could actually look for the right fit.
I’ve dealt with my share of AIAIAI’s and can personally attest to their quality build and sound.
They’re perhaps the most comfortable headphones I own and a slightly heavier low-end response is great for when I’m moving around, while still remaining super clear.
Build your own headphones with the TMA-2 configurator and get the exact sound and comfort you prefer.
We teamed up with Ninja Tune to develop a custom TMA-2 Headphone made from recycled vinyl.
The new TMA-2 Ninja Tune Edition exemplifies our joint vision of doing things better. With a creative approach to sustainability and through experimentation, we continuously focus on reducing our impact on the planet.