Excerpt: This is my first pair of high-end headphones, I am not an audiophile but am a musician and music connoisseur and find these headphones to have a brilliant sound. Nice and flat for mixing or dialing in just the right balance when listening (although normally music sounds fine without any...
Summary: These headphones sound incredible for closed-back headphones. You don't *quite* get the spacial feeling of open air headphones, but I needed minimized sound-leaking, so they're perfect. Problem is, after 20 hours of ownership, and 5 hours of listening, stationary, on my couch, the foam cup separated from the plastic piece it was glued to. A doubled-over piece of painters tape would have been a more secure fit.
Pros: Once you get the sweet spot, they are incredible sounding... very comfortable
Summary: Pretty decent set of cans...I'd give it a 4.3 out of 5.0 A little overpriced IMO Can handle whatever volume you throw at it Love that it comes with 2 sets of different types of cushions GREAT bass sound....especially when its used thru a proper amp & loud! If you don't mind spending $50-$75 more than it should be...
Pros: sound...I can crank my yamaha amp with these & it does not buckle & STILL sounds really good
Cons: fit...doesn't fit head tight...at least for me
Summary: I've been DJing for a little under a year and bought these badboys, they put up well and definitely do the job. When I have them cranked up I can really feel the bass on my ear drums with is nice, and they are decently comfortable when they're half hanging on your head, and stay there quite nicely. If I'm in public I'll whip out the in ear buds. Compared to my old Sony MDR V700, I'll take these over them for a gig.
Pros: Good Isolation, Tight Bass, Hangs on your head
Cons: Kinda odd looking in public, Uncomfortable after a while
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.
Function: The TMA-1 is made out of a rubberised plastic type of material, which results in them being fairly flexible with a sturdy, durable feel to them. The design is based on a simple one piece headband and the cups do not fold up in anyway...
Pros: Price/value, compact, efficient, ballanced fun sound
Summary: *Previously posted in the Full-Sized Headphones forum. I only recently became aware of the review section of Head-Fi.*
This is largely intended to be a review of the AiAiAi TMA-1 with using the Audio Technica ATH-M50 as a point of reference.
A forum member asked for this comparison in the main TMA-1 thread. I ordered the TMA-1 as a possible replacement for my M50 as my "banger 'phone" (i.e.
Pros: Sound quality well exceeds the price of admission, responds well to EQ adjustments, scales very well with the proper equipment
Cons: Soundstage limited by closed-back design, EQ necessary to balance sound for non-DJ use
Summary: Amazon Verified Purchase ( What's this? ) This review is from: AIAIAI: TMA-1 DJ Headphones - Black Love 'em. Great sound isolation, with superb bass and clarity. Solidly constructed. Comfy and replaceable ear cups. Minimalist aesthetic.