Harman Kardon has introduced a new line of headphones at IFA 2013 in Berlin. Called SOHO, they seem like a more lightweight version of the company's CL headphones, though they look suspiciously similar to Bowers & Wilkins' P3 range.

The SOHO stereo headphones come in either black, white or camel (aka tan) colours, and they feature genuine leather, stainless steel accents and a structured oblong-rectangular shape, all of which make them appear oh-so posh. Speaking of high-class, Harmon Kardon said the headphones "don't just fold" but rather fold flat to less than 1.25-inches and fit inside a "sophisticated" travel pouch. Fancy.

Read: Harman Kardon CL over-ear headphones review

Moving on to the audio side of things, the SOHO headphones boast 30mm drivers and neodymium transducers, enabling precision sound quality and refined bass across all frequencies, according to Harmon Kardon. Other audio-related details worth mentioning include the fact that these headphones come with choice of straight cable or iOS/Android-compatible inline remotes.

Harman Kardon said its new SOHO headphones will hit shelves in October for £149.99.