New Release AIAIAI TMA-2 Ed Banger Edition Headphones

AIAIAI TMA-2 Ed Banger Edition Headphones

Danish headphone company has unveiled a new collab between their TMA-2 Modular cans with French record label Ed Banger. Meet AIAIAI TMA-2 Ed Banger Edition.

New Release AIAIAI TMA-2 Ed Banger Edition Headphones

AIAIAI is known for their headphones that you customize yourself by selecting and arranging your headband, driver/speaker units, earpads, and cables. The Ed Banger Edition is comprised of specially made units tuned to present their signature big, bassy, and driving sound.

The AIAIAI TMA-2 Ed Banger preset is comprised of speaker units S74. They are engineered with a neodymium magnet, Japanese voice coil and an ultra-lightweight diaphragm which is said to result in high sensitivity and detailed sound. The outside of te speaker units are embossed with a pretty cool logo The headband is H02 which is the rugged design with silicone padding and Earpads 02 for closed and intense sound representation. This helps to retain that bangin’ bass and low end dynamics. High isolation. There are also two cables included. Cable C74 is a coiled, blue, 1.5m cable made of strong woven nylon to prevent premature wear and tear. It extends up to 3.2m and includes a quarter to eighth inch adapter. The second cord is cable C10 which is also coiled, but red in color. It is 1.5m long and comprised of thermo plastic. It can extend to 3.2m and also comes with quarter to eighth inch screw on adapter.

The AIAIAI TMA-2 Ed Banger Edition Headphones are $240 USD and sold in limited quantity (300 total). Head over to to nab yours.


Driver Diameter 40 mm

Sound Pressure Level 120 dB

Weight 270g

Impedance 32 ohm

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