Ashcraft Aria headphones

Ashcraft Design created a pair of high end headphones with an eye towards using environmentally friendly materials. 

The Aria headphones are a combination of recycled materials and advanced audio technology. The headband is wrapped in wood recycled from acoustic guitars of musicians located around the world, the satin spun finished earcups are made from reclaimed aluminum.  The leather surrounding the earcups and the quilted leather lining the underside of the headband are reclaimed from bags, jackets and other articles of clothing from musicians located around the world.  The leather is reworked and conditioned to provide a soft and comfortable fit for the user’s ears.  This allows for ambient noises to be blocked out while retaining a clear, crisp sound from the music within. 

The Aria headphones houses 40 millimeter titanium-plated drivers tuned to deliver extreme clarity in highs and lows, enhancing yet maintaining the purity of the musicians true intention. 

tags: music, accessories, audio, new products, wood
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internal doors's Gravatar internal doors, on February 23:

love the headphone as an audiophile sound always come first but it is nice to have both and be able to admire them even when not wearing them.
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