We teamed up with Ninja Tune, to develop a custom TMA-2 Headphone made from recycled vinyl.
Legendary UK record label Ninja Tune was formed in London in 1990, and has come to be widely recognized as one of the world’s leading independent record labels, etching its story into the pages of ground-breaking British music.
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.
The TMA-2 Ninja Tune Edition is a collaboration with legendary UK label Ninja Tune, and features speaker units made from recycled Ninja Tune vinyl.
The headphones have a customized, detailed and rich sound representation based on our Bio-Cellulose S05 drivers. It comes with the comfortable choice of both on-ear and over-ear vegan leather cushions, and 20 hours of high quality wireless audio via Bluetooth 5.0, making it ideal for long and critical listening sessions.
This project 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.
The TMA-2 is an award winning headphone trusted by artists all over the world. It's a modular headphone system enhanced and refined over the last 10 years. Modularity is the ability to upgrade and expand as technology or the user evolves extending the functional lifetime and ensuring less waste for the planet - designed to last
Building on this modular approach and a desire to to do something meaningful together, the natural progression was to experiment with Ninja Tune's main ressource: Vinyl
"For Ninja Tune as a label, we are keen to not only celebrate the past but also mark our intentions going forward both sonically and ethically.”
"We are keenly aware of the need to explore more ecological and earth positive means of manufacturing. To continue to exist as an industry we need to place these topics at the forefront of discussions and decisions. This collaboration is not the final answer, but more so an example of how working towards greener solutions can lead to innovative and exciting results. This project is an opportunity to continue to shine a light on an increasingly pressing global issue.”