The 'First Time' hitmaker showed off the state-of-the-art Xellence earbuds and the Grand Piano X1 speaker at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
The earbuds, which have a price tag of €299, offer a personalised listening experience as they come with Mimi Defined, "the latest technology advancement in sound personalisation".
Users can create their own 'Mimi Hearing ID' which assesses the listener's "unique hearing ability" and is created via the Kygo Sound App.
Next up is the Grand Piano X1, a WiFi and Bluetooth speaker, with "a sleek, modern Scandinavian design".
The device boasts 360-degree Emerging Sound, equipped with Voice Assistant, Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay 2
Kygo commented: "This marks an exciting time for X by KYGO, as we unveil a new look and feel of the brand in addition to a product collection unlike anything we've ever created before.
"It was important to me that all the new products and designs used the same technology that creates the soundscapes and frequencies I use to produce music, and I'm really looking forward to continuing to share the gift of music with consumers everywhere who are looking for a premium listening experience, no matter the genre."
The Norwegian DJ-and-producer - whose real name is Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll - has also announced his brand's partnership with Danish lifestyle brand SKAGEN.
The two companies have joined forces to release The Falster 3 smartwatch.
The SKAGEN X by KYGO design, and The Xellence and Grand Piano X1 will be available at XbyKYGO.com beginning Spring 2020.