A new design patent filing at the German Patent and Trademark Office provides a glimpse at the long-rumored Sonos Headphones.
The premium set of noise-canceling headphones will join Sonos’ ecosystem of speakers and multiroom audio products.
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The recent filing shows a farther-along, more refined product with a visible Sonos wordmark and a redesigned pair of rods, coming out of the headband and going straight down the ear cups.
There is little to no information circulating on the long-rumored wireless headphones. They are expected to cost the same as high-end competitors from Sony, Bose, and the more recent Apple AirPods Max.
It is believed that the headphones will connect seamlessly to an existing Sonos ecosystem and vice versa and offer the high-end quality that the company is known for. The headphones will most certainly also offer Bluetooth connectivity to work with other audio equipment, like mobile phones and tablets.
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