Canadian PSB is best known for their loudspeakers, which they have been making for 50 years – under the same management. But PSB also makes headphones. And the company has just launched the M4U 9, which are wireless luxury headphones with automatic noise cancellation (ANC).
PBS promises “next-generation” quality with graphene-coated drivers, angled ear cushions and custom calibration with Audiodo Personal Sound.
The press release also mentions the so-called RoomFeel technology, which is likely made to give the impression of listening through speakers rather than experiencing the sound inside your head.
The PSB M4U 9 costs EUR 549. This puts it in direct competition with, for example, the Sony WH-1000XM5.