Excerpt: A while back, I reviewed Aiaiai’s TMA-1 headphones , which I quite liked because they sounded really good, were very comfortable and were built to take abuse. After all, they were designed to be DJ headphones. But at $200, they were not cheap. Then came the $80 Tracks portable headphones . These were even more comfortable, but didn’t quite have the same sound quality as the TMA-1s. This may explain why Aiaiai has released the new Capital headphones .
Pros: Well made and durable, Minimalist design, Forgiving of lower resolution MP3 files
Excerpt: Aiaiai's highly anticipated Capital headphones are finally out, and what a gratifying end product it is. When we last reviewed the cultured Danish company's TMA-1 Studio headphones we liked them so much that we went ahead and bestowed them our coveted Editors' Choice award. The Capital are Aiaiai's first attempt at creating a pair of foldable on-ear headphones for the on-the-go urban scene. But will they pass our ultimate test of sound quality and all that follows?
Excerpt: Aiaiai Capital Headphone Review Aiaiai was ambitious when they set out to make the Capital Headphone (SRP: Php4,450). They wanted to achieve several things all at the same time: durability, sound quality, and comfort. Did they hit all three?
Summary: Sounds great, durable and very comfortable to wear. AIAIA has another winner with the Capital. I can’t say for sure if DJs are going to love this product, but I can testify that this is one great product that you won’t mind spending money one. I wouldn’t say that it’s a steal at Php 4,450, but it definitely is worth its asking price.
Summary: В рознице модель стоит около 4 000 рублей - по мне, так это идеальная вещь по соотношению цена-качество. Прекрасный дизайн и конструкция, особенно мне нравится кабель. Замечательный звук, просто замечательный, особенно оценят любители электронной музыки. Минусы есть, не все в порядке с эргономикой, но это момент субъективный. Еще не понравились тугие кнопки на пульте.