Wireless+ is all about versatility and flexibility to free your creative process. we are thrilled to see how quickly various types of creators are finding ways of which being wireless is changing the game for them.
We teamed up with Belgium-based platinum producer Chuki for a series of cook-up videos, highlighting the freedom to create music anywhere with our TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ headphones.
“This is a game changer. It’s amazing for producing, mixing. I don’t have to worry about a cable or take my headphones on and off. I can just stay completely in the flow, creating.”
Acclaimed YouTube producer Ricky Tinez, takes our new TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ for a spin in his studio, to see how creating wireless changes your workflow - check out his review.
"Turn the headphones on and some wizardry happens and you basically get zero latency. I can record my voice, guitar, anything with these and not have to worry about any latency. These new AIAIAI headphones are a life saver!"
"Been using these TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ headphones from AIAIAI and have been really impressed with how great they are for a true wireless music performance.”
Gnarly is a British Sri Lankan female producer, live performer, DJ and educator. Internationally reknowned for her live finger drumming performances and online content, her creative process requires a feeling of being absolutely latency-free when finger drumming.
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.
We teamed up with record label Ninja Tune to develop a limited edition TMA-2 headphone with speaker units made from recycled vinyl.
In this deep-dive, we're taking you behind the scenes of our award winning sound. The unique features and acoustic properties of a a bio-cellulose speaker diaphragm.
With our upgraded packaging, launched in the summer of 2020, made completely from recycled materials, and in reduced dimensions and weight, our total packaging CO2 footprint is reduced by 80%.
Since the launch of our TMA-1 headphones in 2010, we have been committed to doing things better. With Scandinavian design, modular functionality, and sustainable materials we extend the longevity of every product, creating less waste for the planet.
Why Modular Electronics Matter Even After High-Profile Failures. Audio design company AIAIAI believes modularity has a place in electronics. Here’s why.
With an intricate view on our bio-cellulose diaphragm in our S05 speaker units, we go through the key factors when designing sound, such as harmonic distortion. The bio-cellulose speaker diaphragm in S05 is made of a bacterial cellulose, an organic compound grown using certain types of bacteria. Bio-cellulose is an interesting material for many reasons; it’s renewable, biodegradable and it has great acoustic properties. If you look closely at the diaphragm you'll see a structure of very fine fibres. These fibres construct a stiff but lightweight material ideal for a speaker diaphragm.