On August 1st, Sony PlayStation Wireless Gaming Earbuds have passed the FCC certification. The headphone model is “YY2977” and the adapter model is “YY2980”. According to Sony, the Sony PlayStation Earbuds product type is a “wireless noise-canceling gaming headset.”
Sony PlayStation Earbuds wireless noise-cancelling headphones were first unveiled at the Sony PlayStation Showcase in May this year. In addition to showing the streaming handheld Project Q, the Sony PlayStation Earbuds wireless noise-cancelling headphones were also displayed at the show.
Sony’s official introduction to this headset is: Wear the first wireless earbud headset carefully designed by PlayStation, and experience the immersive experience of next-generation audio on PS5 or PC. In addition, the new wireless technology will also bring low-latency lossless audio, so that you can enjoy excellent sound quality during the game. When connected to a gaming device, the headset can simultaneously connect to a smartphone via Bluetooth.
It is worth noting that Sony’s PS5 game console does not support connecting devices via Bluetooth, so it is foreseeable that Sony PlayStation Earbuds wireless noise-canceling headphones can only be connected to the PS5 game console through a USB transceiver connection. But according to the official description, when the Sony PlayStation Earbuds wireless headset is connected to the game console through a USB transceiver, the headset can also be connected to the mobile phone through Bluetooth.
According to news, Sony PlayStation Earbuds wireless noise-cancelling headphones will use new wireless technology, the charging box is not the charging box design rumored before, but a standard hinge box design; and the new Sony gaming headset will come with PlayStation or INZONE brand, But specific details have yet to be released.