Ashcraft Aria makes headphones the green way

by Gareth Mankoo

The Ashcraft Aria headphones are a concept, before I begin. So what do we have in it to feature besides its existing counterparts? Well, there’s enough fact to prove its eco-friendliness, with the body being made of recycled objects and more. The headband is made of wood that’s recycled from disposed off acoustic guitars, while the cups are made of regenerated aluminum. The leather around the rim of the ear cups is made from materials derived from disposed off bags and clothing.


The sound quality is something that’s not compromised though. With 40mm titanium-plated drivers, you can be sure of some good audio output.
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