Sonos is Developing Premium-Class Wireless Headphones

Sonos would be working on premium wireless headphones that could be sold for around $ 300.

Sonos could expand its business by launching premium-class wireless headphones. The indiscretion comes from Bloomberg that highlights how the company could decide to focus on this market segment after having proposed almost exclusively audio speakers for years. There are no details on these new products. However, the source points out that Sonos headphones will definitely feature to support the use of voice assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant.

The project is still at the beginning and therefore it is not clear when they could be officially launched. Surely in the coming months will be more indications on these innovations. From Sonos, however, it is a logical choice. The company, in fact, is trying to expand its presence in the audio market and the choice to focus on products such as headphones is certainly a logical and correct choice.

However, Sonos will have to be careful. On the market there are already some premium headphone manufacturers offering integration with voice assistants as well as other sophisticated technical solutions. The Sonos headphones will have to deal with highly regarded products such as Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless, Bowers & Wilkins PX, Bose QC35, Sony WH1000XM3 and Beats Solo3 Wireless. Sonos, therefore, will have to create a product that can stand out and offer users audio quality of the highest level as well as exclusive features.

Obviously, such quality will also be reflected in the final price. The source reports, in fact, that the future Sonos premium wireless headphones can cost over 300 dollars. Products, therefore, niche and only for true lovers of quality music.

It does not remain, therefore, that wait and find out what Sonos has planned for its most loyal customers.