Here's a peek at LG's 8K Ultra HD 98in TV
And are rumours of 3D's demise exaggerated? LG thinks so...
From 40in to 85in, here are Panasonic's 4K TVs
... and 4K gaming done the right way by Panasonic?
And what's this from Panasonic? The return of Technics!
The Technics C700 Premium Series in all it's glory...
..and the Technics R1 Reference Class
Monster and Qualcomm have developed the Soundstage multiroom system
Harman Kardon has joined the multiroom game as well with Omni
Yamaha now has 35 wireless products, making it one of the world's biggest wireless audio companies
Loewe announced the stunning curved Masterpiece
Sony unveiled 4K content promotion among other things...
...like the impressive Xperia Z3 smartphone
Meanwhile, Samsung drew in the crowds for its Unpacked 2 event
The Galaxy Note 4 promising to be a technological tour de force.
And a little something for the drivers out there – the new Ferrari California T, powered by JBL and a 552bhp V8
Philips announced the UHD 880 Media Player, which will allow receipt and playback of HEVC encoded 4K content.
Crystal Acoustics hopes its WiSound technology will become a new standard for room-filling sound.
Sennheiser launched a new CX range, plus Mometum in-ears and a new Beats-bating Urbanites range
Want to send your vinyl around your Sonos system? Now you can with Flexson's VinyPlay deck.
Sony also showed-off new headphones, a headphone amp and the NWZ-A15 high-res Walkman.
To catch-up all the news and hands on reviews from the show, head over to our
IFA 2014 highlights page...