Iconic artist session brand COLORS launches their own headphones

COLORS are expanding from their unique and renowned pastel, minimalist live session shows into their own branded hardware.

In a surprise move, COLORS have launched a limited edition range of Bluetooth-enabled wireless headphones. The company has teamed up with Danish audio manufacturers AIAIAI to create a high-end pair of headphones.

The headphones are based on AIAIAI’s TMA-2 modular headphones, with a ‘COLORS’ inlay on the headband. Beyond the inlay there’s very little unique to the appearance of the headphones. They come in a matte black finish with vegan-leather, over-ear cushions.

COLORS’ very own sound engineer helped to create the unique sound design of the TMA-2 COLORS Edition cans. They feature a 40mm driver with a powerful neodymium magnet, Japanese voice coil, and an ultra lightweight diaphragm.

The COLORS crew do say that they worked with the Danish team “to configure their own dedicated sound setting preset” for a taste of COLORS own “signature smooth tone and audio balance”.

The headphones are available in limited edition for €249 and will be shipping in “mid-December”.

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