Sonos Ace are officially presented and are the company’s first headphones

Sonos Ace are officially presented and are the company’s first headphones
Sonos Ace are officially presented and are the company’s first headphones

After a couple of days since the publication where it was suggested that the company’s most anticipated product was going to be official, today the Sonos Ace were presented. These are headphones that will seek to power the high-end of devices of this type.

Sonos Ace, the company’s first headphones with high-resolution audio

The Ace headphones will offer lossless audio playback over Bluetooth using AptX Lossless), and will be able to perform dynamic head tracking when the user listens to spatial audio content on compatible music services.

They also include removable magnetic pads, which will make them easy to replace when the time comes. The headphones will also offer spatial audio for Dolby Atmos home theater content when listening to TV audio. Of course, a Sonos sound bar will be necessary to enjoy the sound transmission function with the television.

The headphones have 40mm drivers and eight microphones, which are used for phone calls, as well as active noise cancellation (ANC) and transparency mode. They weigh 312 grams and support spatial sound via both Bluetooth and USB-C. The headphones have a battery life of 30 hours and a full charge takes three hours thanks to its 1,060 mAh battery. They have connection via Qualcomm Snapdragon Sound, AptX, Apple Lossless Audio and Sonos TrueCinema.

Playback and volume can be controlled via the touch interface, which can also be used to easily stream music playback from a Sonos speaker to headphones with a simple gesture. Bluetooth Multipoint allows you to connect to multiple devices at the same time. The box includes a carrying case, a USB-C cable, and a USB-C to AUX cable.

What is the price of the Sonos Ace?

The Sonos Ace are priced at USD $449 and will be available starting June 5.

Source: Sonos Web

 
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