AIAIAI and Richie Hawtin’s new TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ headphones are made for producers

These beasts are said to offer a whopping 80 hours of Bluetooth playback.

AIAIAI and Richie Hawtin

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Danish audio company AIAIAI and musician Richie Hawtin have teamed up on a new pair of wireless headphone for producers.

Touted as “the world’s first wireless headphones for music creation”, the TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ features ultra-low latency and lossless audio from AIAIAI’s new W+ Link technology.

The TMA-2 is also a certified workhorse, offering more than 80 hours of playback over a Bluetooth 5.0 connection. For users who prefer a more traditional setup, the headphone also comes with a coiled hi-fi cable to ensure compatibility with all kinds of workspaces.

“In 2021 it feels archaic to be wired to a piece of hardware just to guarantee pristine audio quality. The TMA-2 Wireless+ headphones give you the freedom to step further away from your devices allowing you to capture creative and expressive ideas while immersed in perfect sound,” said Hawtin.

Created with the modern workflow in mind, the TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ supports seamless switching between devices and includes various creative settings. The headphones feature AIAIAI’s signature bio-diaphragm speakers that are tuned for clarity and high-frequency details. It will also be CO2 neutral with 100% recycled packaging, a move that is becoming more and more common among audio companies dealing with increasingly environmentally conscious consumers.

In our review of the wired AIAIAI TMA-2 Studio headphones, we said: “Even without their environmental credentials, these would be an easy recommendation, delivering excellent reproduction and comfort. Although there are better headphones for serious mixing duties, these tick all the boxes for light mixing, DJing and general listening.”

Available for pre-order now at £300 / $350, the TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ will be available in stores starting from January 2022.

Learn more at AIAIAI.com

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