The TMA-2 Modular Headphone System Receives A Wireless Upgrade

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Danish audio design company AIAIAI revolutionized the classic headphone when it launched the innovative TMA-2 modular system that allowed users to create their ideal product to suit virtually any requirement. Hundreds of configurations, the highest quality components and Scandinavian design made the system a hit with renowned DJs and music lovers in equal measure. Now the world’s most comprehensive modular headphone system has been upgraded with a wireless headband, bringing complete freedom to the music listening experience.

Keeping true to the brand’s mission of providing versatile, adaptable and customizable products, the H05 smart headband can be used with any headphone configuration, giving AIAIAI customers the opportunity to upgrade their favorite product to wireless in one easy step, without having to buy new headphones. The H05 headband has integrated Bluetooth technology and can also be plugged into any TMA-2 speaker unit for cabled audio. There are five controls: play, pause, skip, volume, and answer call. Features include an omnidirectional microphone, a USB-C to USB charging and connecting cable, and an integrated SR 8675 Bluetooth chip that enables future software upgrades. The playback and charging times are impressive: 16h and 2h respectively. The H05 smart headband will retail at $125 but you can get your hands on it at a reduced price of up to 50% by backing the brand’s Kickstarter campaign. Both TMA-2 owners and new customers can choose from various backer packages, whether they want to pre-order just the H05 or a complete configuration. Images courtesy of AIAIAI.

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