CEDIA Expo 2023 opens Best of Show Award nominations

CEDIA Expo 2023 best of show
(Image credit: CEDIA Expo 2023)

What Hi-Fi? has once again partnered with Residential Systems and Twice to celebrate the most innovative products at the CEDIA Expo 2023, announcing entries for the Best of Show Awards are now open.

The expo once again will let tech professionals show off their latest and greatest products and engage with exhibitors at the event. 

Entries for the Best of Show Awards need to get their application before Friday, 25th August. Once done a panel of expert judges will read through the entries and judge their merit based on key factors including their value, impact, and how unique the product was to the market.

The only criteria for entry is that the company must be exhibiting at the show and the product must be set to ship within 12 months, if it isn’t already.

As was the case with entries in 2023, What Hi-Fi? entries are judged from a home entertainment enthusiast perspective, Residential Systems entries are judged through the lens of the residential integrator, while TWICE will judge them from a consumer electronics retailer’s point of view. 

Winners will then be announced on the last day of the show on Saturday, 9th September. 

There are some pretty big names among the Best of Show Winners list of alumni. In 2023 our expert judges handed out awards to Hisense, Sonus Faber, Samsung and more.

You can see a full list of the CEDIA Expo 2022 What Hi-Fi? Best of Show winners below.

What Hi-Fi? CEDIA Expo 2022 Best of Show winners

  • Hisense U8H Mini-LED TV
  • Kaleidescape Compact Terra 22TB Movie Server
  • Samsung Electronics America The Wall All-in-One (IAB)
  • Sonus faber SPA Arena
  • SVS Prime Wireless Pro Powered Speakers
  • Victrola Stream Carbon

The CEDIA Expo 2023 is set to take place 7-9 September at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO. Make sure to check back with What Hi-Fi? on the show’s final day, when we’ll announce this year’s winners.

Alastair Stevenson
Editor in Chief

Alastair is What Hi-Fi?’s editor in chief. He has well over a decade’s experience as a journalist working in both B2C and B2B press. During this time he’s covered everything from the launch of the first Amazon Echo to government cyber security policy. Prior to joining What Hi-Fi? he served as Trusted Reviews’ editor-in-chief. Outside of tech, he has a Masters from King’s College London in Ethics and the Philosophy of Religion, is an enthusiastic, but untalented, guitar player and runs a webcomic in his spare time.