The TMA-2 Modular Headphone System Receives A Wireless Upgrade

View all 4 Photos

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.

tma-2-modular-wireless-headphone-system-5

tma-2-modular-wireless-headphone-system-2

Featured Products Explore new arrivals at the Gessato Shop

Take me there

  • Zallinger Refuge

    A thoughtful renovation and expansion of historical buildings in the Alps. Dating back to the…

  • Dá Licença Hotel In Portugal

    One-of-a-kind, this retreat celebrates the heritage and culture of Alentejo. During their travels, Vitor Borges…

  • The Wuyuan Skywells Hotel

    A 300-year-old traditional Chinese building transformed into a high-end hotel. Nestled in the Yan village…

  • Design Destination: Melbourne

    A complete travel guide to Melbourne, your next design destination. The cultural capital of Australia,…

More for you

                array(5) {
  ["post__not_in"]=>
  array(1) {
    [0]=>
    int(174473)
  }
  ["tag__not_in"]=>
  array(2) {
    [0]=>
    int(16203)
    [1]=>
    int(9208)
  }
  ["posts_per_page"]=>
  int(12)
  ["caller_get_posts"]=>
  int(1)
  ["cat"]=>
  int(677)
}
            
  • The Alce Collection

    Minimalist furniture design with personality. As part of The Novelties line which features products from…

  • Dsignedby’s Drinks Cabinet

    An elegantly minimalist bar cabinet. Belgrade-based studio dsignedby makes lighting and furniture with a blend of…

  • Introducing Richard Brendon

    Contemporary bone china and glassware that celebrate artisan skill. While some designers find inspiration in…

  • The Minimalist Pen Type-B

    A minimal pen designed to look fantastic for decades. Following the success of their Pen…

  • The Booles Concrete Tableware Line

    A minimalist and elegant concrete tableware collection. Created by German designer Markus Hofko, founder of…

  • The Flax Chair

    A sustainable, eco-friendly chair that blends plant-based textiles and biodegradable plastic. Back in 2010, Christien…

  • Behind the Design: Sebastian Herkner

    German-born designer Sebastian Herkner founded his eponymous design studio in Offenbach am Main (close to…

  • The Marset Dipping Light

    Capturing the essence of light with creative lighting design. Back in 2014, designer Jordi Canudas…

  • Matteo Leorato Re-Imagines Marble

    Timeless marble, molded into contemporary and fresh designs. Born in Verona, Italy, designer Matteo Leorato…

Close Cart