Since 2010, with the launch of our first headphones, we have been committed to responsible product design. We have come a long way, but we are just getting started.
Since 2010, with the launch of the TMA-1 headphones, responsibility has been core to our design process. By designing for longevity, and with modularity so you can upgrade as technology or needs evolve, we extend the lifetime of our products.
With responsible design we reduce the risk of our products becoming obsolete. With carefully selected materials we reduce our environmental impact. Designed to last is our commitment.
With Remixed, we take action with you and co-create longer lifetime for our products. We offer lifetime trade-in and resale of our products to keep them in circulation and reduce the environmental impact. Join us in keeping your headphones playing.
In 2021 we implemented between 30% and 50% recycled plastics in select products. We have a clear ambition to achieve 100% recycled plastics by 2023.
We launched our upgraded packaging in the summer of 2020, made completely from recycled materials and a smaller form factor, reducing our total packaging CO2 footprint by 80%.
With repairment we make an effort to reuse what we already have. We are releasing repair guides for our TMA-2 headphones to help extend the lifetime of our products.
With our continued focus on product life cycles, we aim to make products with responsible materials and keep every product in use as long as possible. Our goal is to minimize our environmental impact and create less waste for the planet with extended longevity.
Why Modular Electronics Matter, Even After High-Profile Failures. Audio design company AIAIAI believes modularity has a place in electronics. Here’s why according to Fast.Co.
Build your own headphones with the TMA-2 builder and get the exact sound and comfort you prefer.