Today at IFA 2017 Sony made a number of new announcements, some of which were a set of headphones.

The first of these headphones is the WH-1000XM2, which takes over from the WH-1000X headphones with active noise cancellation and many other new features.

These headphones are completely wireless and feature a similar design to the previous headphones but come with a number of features on top of that, including a new ambient sound mode that will adapt the audio playback of the headphones to your location and circumstances.

They also come with a new atmospheric pressure optimising feature that will adjust the noise cancellation of the headphones depending on the stage of your flight when you are travelling on a plane.

They also feature an up to 30-hour wireless music listening time on battery or up to 40 hours when they are connected by a cable according to Sony.

They also say that the headphones will charge quickly through a new function that provides up to 70 minutes of battery after just 10 minutes of charging.

The new headphones will be available in September for £330.

And it’s not just on-ear headphones that Sony had to show off at IFA.

They also announced a new set of behind-the-neck in-ear headphones that feature similar noise cancellation to the WI-1000X but with a band design that sits around your neck.

They are also compatible with high-resolution audio playback with up to 10-hours of battery life.

These band earphones will be available in September for £300.

And that’s not all.

Sony also unveiled the Sony WF-1000X wireless earbuds.

These are a completely wire-free set of earbuds that don’t offer noise cancellation like the others, but do provide a design unlike the other two, featuring 6mm drivers that will automatically power-on when you take them out of the included case and offer a completely wireless experience.

They will also be available in September for £200.

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