In Copenhagen exists a sound hardware company, called AIAIAI. Their directive is to produce high quality audio products, but design for everyday use, sans overbearing logos and design — that is to say, they’re rather minimalistic.
In 2012, the company debuted a pair of headphones that were customizable to much fanfare, but as with any first iteration of a technology product, had some shortcomings.
Enter 2015, and the TMA-2 debuts: a framework that allows for the customization of sound drivers, ear cups, headbands, and cables. After the break; here’s what I thought of it.