Bloomberg had reported back in February that the long-awaited Sonos headphones would be released in June, a month later than the company originally intended due to a software issue. Although Sonos itself has not yet released details about the device, its Dutch authorized dealer Schurman seems to have released information and images of the headset some time ago. Redditor in the Sonos group has discovered Schuurman’s Lists (via On the edge), after someone else found out that the wireless headphones will officially be called the Sonos Ace.

Pair of headphones, wireless and carrying case.


Based on the images, the Ace device package will come with the headset, some cables and a carrying case. It looks like the headphones themselves will have buttons and a switch on the headphone parts of the device. The images are pretty low quality so we can’t comment on how premium the model looks, but it looks like the device will be a pair of in-ear headphones. Schuurman has listed the device bundle for €403.58 ($435), which is pretty close to the $449 price tag Bloomberg mentioned in your previous report.

As the news organization said at the time, Sonos CEO Patrick Spence hoped the launch of the new device category could help the company known for its speakers and soundbars grow after years of sluggish sales. The upcoming Ace headphones are reportedly designed to work with the company’s existing devices and can stream audio directly from TVs and music streaming services using its built-in Wi-Fi connection. Bloomberg said Sonos is also looking at releasing an in-ear model in the future to compete with Apple’s AirPods and other similar products.

Screenshot of Schuurman's website.Screenshot of Schuurman's website.