Sonos Ace: The new Sonos wireless headphones, equipped with high-end hardware, take on the competition

Sonos Ace: The new Sonos wireless headphones, equipped with high-end hardware, take on the competition
Sonos Ace: The new Sonos wireless headphones, equipped with high-end hardware, take on the competition

Sonos has finally released the Ace, a pair of over-ear headphones that should impress not only with its simple design, but also with its hardware and ergonomics. So, the Sonos Ace weighs 312g, making it much lighter than most of its counterparts. Likewise, Sonos has included foam ear cushions covered in synthetic leather to maximize comfort.

The Sonos Ace is supposed to be able to be worn with accessories like earrings or glasses, unlike many over-ear headphones. Meanwhile, a simple slider controls volume, as well as calls and media playback. Unfortunately, the Sonos Ace does not have a 3.5mm jack. Instead, you need to connect the headset via Bluetooth, for which it supports Qualcomm aptX Lossless, or USB Type-C.

Additionally, the Sonos Ace has 40mm dynamic drivers, eight microphones that support active noise cancellation (ANC) and transparency modes, and motion sensors that support motion tracking. head and 3D audio. The Sonos Ace is already available for $449 in the United States, €499 in the Eurozone and £449 in the United Kingdom. The headsets can also be purchased as a pair for a saving of €50, $45 and £45. For details, please visit the Sonos website at https://www.sonos.com/en-us/shop/sonos-ace for details.

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