We first saw the Dali Kubik Free aptX Bluetooth speakers at ISE in Amsterdam, but now thay're making their UK debut here at the Bristol Show.
There are two models, an active speaker and a passive 'slave', called the Kubik Free Xtra. Due on sale this summer, a single active speaker will cost around £700, while a stereo active and passive combo will be £1000.
We've had a chance to take a closer look and listen here at the show, and bring you some more detail shots of the prototype, and hear from Dali themselves about the new speaker and why the company chose Bluetooth not Apple AirPlay.
More after the break
Here's a sneak peak with the grille off, revealing the 5in wood fibre cone woofer and 25mm soft-dome tweeter, driven by a 100W digital amplifier.
And below you can see the numerous connection options. On the back you get a USB socket for charging your iPhone/iPad, gain adjustment, auto or manual power mode and channel select to choose if you want to make the speaker a left, right or single one.
Underneath you'll find USB and optical digital inputs, a subwoofer out if you want to create a 2.1 system with extra bass, and a standard set of RCA analogue inputs for connecting other devices.