First Look: AIAIAI TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ Headphones

Danish company AIAIAI has just introduced the TMA-2 Studio Wireless+, a dedicated 2.4ghz transmitter for lossless audio without the wires – and almost no latency.

Mojaxx takes a first look on this new episode of Tips & Tricks.

Mojaxx Reviews Upgrades in AIAIAI TMA-2 Headphones

Danish headphone manufacturer AIAIAI released their modular TMA-2 headphones four years ago, and this week has added some new upgrades to their configuration options.

Mojaxx brings us his review of these new parts, and reflects on the long term performance of the TMA-2s. Watch above.

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AIAIAI TMA-2 Headphones Review

AIAIAI’s TMA-1 headphones have proved popular with DJs in recent years, thanks to their stylish design and excellent isolation. Today, the company looks expand its reach with the TMA-2, a new modular system that enables buyers to customize their headphones.
DJcityTV’s Mojaxx has been secretly testing the new series over the last two weeks and you can now watch his review in the video above.
Customize your own pair of headphones on AIAIAI’s new website.
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Producer Uses Booty Shaking to Make New Track

Many producers create tracks designed to make girls shake their booties. So why not produce a song based on the movements of the buttocks itself? Well, that’s exactly what Danish headphone maker AIAIAI has done with their innovative “Real Booty Music” project.
To make their dream come true, AIAIAI enlisted Portuguese DJ/producer Branko (of Buraka Som Sistema), design and technology company OWOW and Danish dancer Twerk Queen Louise. The result? An original track titled “Cascavel” that’s powered and shaped by Louise’s impressive booty movements.
The project makes use of the “Booty Drum” — a device that records movements through accelerometers attached to a dancer’s behind. The technology is really quite ass-tounding!
Watch the behind-the-scenes video above and stream and download the track below. You can also learn more about the project at AIAIAI’s website.

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