Move is the Bluetooth extension of our award-winning TMA-2 headphones - built from a decade of development with music professionals.
With our critically acclaimed audio performance and Bluetooth 5.0 +40 hours of playback 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.
Premium modular Bluetooth headphones with critically acclaimed sound performance from our professional TMA-2 Studio line. High isolation and comfort with over-ear, vegan leather cushions. Bluetooth 5.0 with +40 hours of playback.
Premium modular Bluetooth headphones with critically acclaimed sound performance from our professional TMA-2 Studio line, balancing punchy bass and clear highly detailed representation.
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.
Durable and responsible design to ensure thehighest qualityand 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.
"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.
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.
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.
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.
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’ve dealt with my share of AIAIAI’s and can personally attest to their quality build and sound.
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.
AIAIAI has honed in on one of the most significant cultural trends in the world of music production - namely, the move towards modularity, customization, and upgradability.
The TMA-2s can be easily customized in configurations ranging from sub-$150 cans perfect for Beats lovers who want to step up their audio game, all the way to $250+ monitors aimed at pros.