Once rumoured and since formally announced, Sony Interactive Entertainment's take on the Earbud still doesn't have a release date. FCC filings might shed some more light on the device in question, however, and it looks like active noise cancellation is on the cards, as well as a USB transceiver for lossless audio and compatibility with PS5.

A twisting tale, this one comes to us from MySmartPrice (via NoteBookCheck and PlayStation LifeStyle), and suggests that Sony's PlayStation Earbuds will feature Bluetooth LE audio support, and work with PS5, PC, and Project Q.

The report goes on to state that both the device itself and the USB transceiver have received FCC certification, which means many things. The most important of which (probably) is that the amount of electromagnetic radiation coming out of the device inside your ear has been declared to be within acceptable thresholds, as judged by the US government.

What do you think of PlayStation's Earbuds? Will you be clamouring for a pair, or do you prefer a different method of audio output? Let us know in the comments section below.

[source fccid.io]