Excerpt: Unboxing the Aiaiai TMA-1 Headphones with Mic A few months ago the local distributor of Aiaiai launched a refreshed version of their best selling headphones, the TMA-1. The new model came bundled with a cable with an in-line remote control and microphone which makes the cans go really well with your...
Summary: Well engineered with love and care for great sound quality any audiophile will attest to. They are slightly tight on small ears but that is as it should be because these are meant for DJ's who might jostle them around a bit (they don't stay super tight after a week or so but don't loosen up either).
Pros: Amazing sound quality (tight bass and great spectrum), low fatigue, low impedance
Summary: As a quick overview for the reader who wants it over and done with in a sentence:
These made me love on-ear headphones again.
Firstly, they look really stylish in the fact that they're not tatted with "Aiaiai TMA-1" logos everywhere.
Pros: Just enough bass, stylish, easy to drive, removable cable
Summary: A very all-round headphone for me. Just the right one to take on the go or on holiday. Also as a DJ, nice noice isolation. Very durable so you don't have to wonder if it will break if you throw it in your backpack.
I'm very happy with it.
Pros: Nice design, matt black color, comfortable to wear, durable and a nice all-round sound
Summary: I would just like to thank the sales girl that recommended me these after i returned my Shure 840's (THEY SUCK!!!) lol ok now for my review. I LOVE the overall clarity of these, PLUS the powerful bass.
Summary: Today, I am reviewing my old partner at work, the Aiaiai TMA-1 "DJ" headphones and I am putting an emphasis on the word DJ. There have been many good reviews on this headphone, but none has actually pointed out to their true nature as DJ headphones.
Pros: These are DJ headphones designed by DJs
Cons: None... unless you are using them as an Audiophile reference or a consumer headphone
Summary: The AIAIAI (eye, eye, eye) TMA-1 was designed and marketed primarily as a DJ club headphone. I am not a DJ so I purchased the TMA-1 as a portable headphone, and this review is based on that function, not as a DJ headphone.
Pros: Price/value, compact, efficient, ballanced fun sound
Summary: ~some TMA-1 eye candy~
I am not a regular at headfi but I took the time to write this review. Before purchasing these headphones I had a very hard decision to make and that was between the Sennheiser HD25-1 ii, Audio-Technica ATH M50, and the TMA-1s.
Pros: Durability, Clear engaging sound, Good features, Comfortable, Nice looks
Cons: recessed highs, foam pads, coiled cable, not good on all genres.
Summary: I got an incredible deal on the headphones and had to try them. I was looking for a pair of closed cans with a detachable cord that would be my goto cans for my commute to and from school.
Aiaiai's brand is among my circle of friends.