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AIAIAI TMA-1 DJ Headphone - Black

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  • driver unit: 40mm
  • Impedance: 32 ohm
  • Sensitivity: 110dB
  • Frequency range: 20-20000 Hz

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Dimensions 22.9 cm x 22.9 cm x 12.7 cm 25 cm x 8.3 cm x 18.8 cm 22.9 cm x 22.9 cm x 12.7 cm 21.2 cm x 11.3 cm x 19.9 cm
Item Weight 907 g 340 g 907 g 816 g
Model Year 2011 2010 2013 2010
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Item Weight907 g
Product Dimensions22.9 x 12.7 x 22.9 cm
Item model number6901
ColourBlack
Sizewithout Mic
  
Additional Information
ASINB00404H6DQ
Best Sellers Rank 19,809 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 Kg
Date First Available22 Jun. 2010
  
 

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headphones TMA-1 Black - Brand : Aiaiai


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Well bought these in 2011 and they have been languishing in a cupboard due to the muffled recessed sound on iPod. I was about to sell them on eBay but decided to read the reviews here. Consequently I stuck them up my E12 headphone amp for another hour on loud then had a listen. Wow they are good....but a little volume is needed to bring the vocals out. Will be keeping.
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I received these headphones last May. At first they seem very nice and the matte and unbranded finish is very minimalistic in style. The mid's and low's are rich and warm and pack a good punch, clear stereo and would fair decent for a production environment. The high's are very vailed and aren't great, I find the HD-25's more clear throughout the frequencies, and in turn, find it more easy to mix on the Sennies, both of which I have used extensively (I only used these for djing and long journeys).
I like the headphones overall.

The real issue I am having is with AIAIAI themselves. About a month and a half ago (early December 2014) my friend accidentally snapped the headband whilst putting the cans on whilst DJing. The headphones have never had excessive strain and have been used relatively, as I do no have a large head. The issue is common and AIAIAI have come out honestly (with reluctance), accepting that the earlier models had a design flaw in the weakness of the band from normal DJing stress.

I emailed AIAIAI with my headphones still in warranty. They proceeded to email me around 3 weeks later with instructions, telling me to cut the cable from the cans to the headband by following an instructional video, which was not linked in the email, due to the fact they have run out of stock of the headbands. This means they want me to break a fully functioning pair of headphones, so to make sure I do not sell the old ones on.

I find this an unprofessional approach to dealing with the problem, I would much rather wait for a headband however their communication is so slow that every message of correspondence takes a minimum of 3 weeks to come back and is simply a bit vague.

Customer services need improving but the product is okay.
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Best headphones on the market, have had for around 3 years now with absolutely no issues.
Plastic ones would have been broken and replaced at least once or twice by now. cant recommend them enough, the Sound quality is top notch also.
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These headphones are obviously designed for the DJ on-the-go, with their lightweight design and their silicone flexibility and strength, it's a wonder why anybody buy anything else!

Sound Quality:
These headphones out-of-the-box sound very muddy and muffled. The highs were not clear and the bass was indescribable. However, after hooking them up to my amp, and playing music for about 2 hours, they opened up and released their amazing party piece: The bass. These headphones are the most bassy pair I have ever owned, and they are better than Monster Beats. These headphones don't drown out the highs with it though, they have a very clear balance between the two. Everything is clear to hear and (Like I said before) the bass response is amazing.

Build Quality:
These headphones are flexible, but does have its limit. They flex to someone who has them around their neck to listen with one ear, and when they are in a bag, they will flex to fit almost anywhere. While they are flexible, they are practically impossible to break. The only way to break these is to do it on purpose.

Sound Leakage:
There is none. Only when you have them on high volumes can somebody make them out slightly. This is with the leather pads, as the foam ones do leak sound more. The closed shape of the cups reflects sound back in, meaning less people hear it, and you hear more.

Comfort:
These headphones hug your ears, but does not press on your head. They are so light and comfy, I often forget I have them on and end up walking away with them still plugged in (Clumsy me). The leather pads are the only ones you should be using, the foam ones do not work for me. They make the headphones feel uncomfortable, they leak more sound and personally, they scratch my ears.
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Last November, I bought a pair of Aiaiai TMA-1 DJ headphones on the advice of a colleague. I borrowed his for a day and loved the sound, and he told me he’d had a reasonably good experience with them, so I bought some the next day.

Let me outline the good points of these headphones: they look nice, they are reasonably comfortable and they sound nice. The visual design of the headphones is a soft matte and modern black, kept completely unbranded. I was quite pleased with the design. More importantly, the sound is excellent. It matched up with the quality I got from a fairly good hi-fi system. I have found no cause for complaint in the quality of the sound.

I work in an open plan office—like every other unfortunate office worker in the Western world, it seems—and I need headphones that block out the colossal quantities of noise that bounce around the stark, white echo chamber. My headphones are on at least 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. The TMA-1 comes with both leather and vinyl ear cushions—I ended up going with the leather ones and they were reasonably comfortable. Not the most comfortable headphones I’ve ever worn, but far from the worst.

That, alas, is it. Everything else about these headphones has been a catastrophic disaster. I bought them at the end of November. Within a month, the headband had snapped. I am not a sadistic headphone torturer. A product built for a “DJ” market should hopefully be able to stand up to far greater punishment than that given out by an office drone sitting in the same place writing code.

I nipped back to the shop and had them replaced. Another month or so ensues, and they break again. This time I make the mistake of attempting to contact the manufacturer for support.
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