TMA-2 MOVE XE
Lightweight premium modular Bluetooth headphones.
Premium modular Bluetooth headphones with critically acclaimed sound performance from our professional TMA-2 Studio line, balancing punchy bass and clear highly detailed representation.
Lightweight Bluetooth headphones for every music enthusiast, featuring critically acclaimed sound and award-winning modular design, developed with music creators all across the world. With Bluetooth 5.0, +40 hours of playback, and highly comfortable, eco-friendly REPREVE® earpads, it’s the ideal choice for listening on-the go or at home. Part of the TMA-2 modular headphone system, renowned for its sturdy build and responsible design - Designed to last.
TMA-2 Move Wireless is the Bluetooth extension to our award-winning TMA-2 headphones and incorporates a decade of development and collaboration with artists.
The speaker unit contains a diaphragm that is precision-grown from bio-cellulose, making it stiffer, lighter and stronger than regular PET speaker units, and allowing the sound-producing diaphragm to vibrate without the levels of distortion found in other speakers. Each of these qualities results in more accurate and detailed sound from the speaker with the ability to retain clarity of sound at high volumes.
Complete control of music and calls with multi-directional joystick on the back of the right-side speaker unit. Dual mics for improved voice quality and clarity by filtering out background noise.
On-ear memory foam cushions covered with REPREVE®, a soft and comfortable performance material for low isolation and reduced warmth. Made from high quality fibers from recycled materials including plastic bottles.
Durable and responsible design to ensure the highest quality and longevity of our products. 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.
Bluetooth® 5.0 with +40h playback time, dual mics, USB-C fast charging. Engineered with a 40mm speaker diaphragm made from stiff bio-cellulose for more defined high-frequency details, more pronounced mid-range, better dynamics, and more natural tonality. Supports also analog cable.
On-ear memory foam cushions covered with REPREVE®, a soft, lightweight and comfortable performance material with low isolation. Made from high quality fibers from recycled materials including plastic bottles. Emphasises midrange detail for a well balanced sound profile.
Straight 1.2m thermo plastic cable. Soft touch surface and perfect for small workstations.
These headphones are a feat in both sound and playback time and are perhaps AIAIAI’s most impressive tech upgrade yet
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.
They stand unique in the market, and we can fully understand why more and more DJs are switching. We’re a big fan of the concept, not only for the benefits brought to the customer but also for the environment. Rather than telling you what you need, AIAIAI allows the DJ to make their custom headphone with minimal fuss. A great situation in which everyone wins.
Build your own headphones with the TMA-2 configurator for the sound and comfort you prefer.
Korean-American producer, vocalist and DJ Kathy Lee, professionally known as Yaeji, has gone from hanging around on the Brooklyn party circuit to festival stage and magazine cover star in just two short years. From her 2016 breakout–a playful cover of Mall Grab’s Guap on Nick Sylvester’s Godmode label, to her performance at Coachella’s packed out Yuma Tent this year, Lee’s skyrocket to global success has been particularly gratifying to watch, when it’s someone who seems to be so unapologetically herself.
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Presenting the opportunity to observe how different people approach music creation. Due to the pandemic many people have more time and a desire to explore their creativity, and sometimes learning how a diverse range of respected artists approach their process can help inform how we find our own.