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AIAIAI launches world’s first wireless studio monitors

The UNIT-4s are battery-powered with over 20 hours of playback time


AIAIAI has launched the world’s first wireless studio monitors called the UNIT-4s, which are available to buy now and ship in October.

Battery-powered, AIAIAI claims the speakers are both ultra-low-latency and provide lossless audio using the bespoke technology they introduced with the TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ in 2021. The UNIT-4s also feature a traditional Bluetooth connection and a cabled option for when you’re wired into your studio. 

The speaker specs include a four-inch woofer and one-inch cone, a frequency response of 50Hz to 20kHz and a customisable EQ curve via the AIAIAI app. There’s also a rear bass vent that doubles up as a carry handle. Each speaker weighs 2.5kg. AIAIAI claim the battery will last for over 20 hours of playback on a full charge, but no word of how long that full charge will take. Importantly, and much like other AIAIAI products, the UNIT-4s are constructed without the use of glue, meaning every component can be removed and replaced, ensuring the speakers can be repaired without waste.

Of the new UNIT-4s, AIAIAI’s founder Frederik Jørgensen said: “We are constantly exploring how to remove friction in the creative process. As making music becomes more dynamic and collaborative, we’ve created UNIT-4 to empower creators to continue pushing creative boundaries." 

Find out more about the AIAIAI UNIT-4s on their website

As mentioned, AIAIAI released a fully wireless, lossless studio headphone back in December 2021 called the TMA-2 Studio Wireless+.