There are 22 new models in the Hisense TV range for 2016, including affordable 4K HDR-enabled sets and flagship curved ULED Quantum Dot TVs. There will even be an 8K model later this year.
We've finally - sort of - got a UK release date for Panasonic's DMP-UB900 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player. It's due out in Europe 'this spring' for less than €1000 (£730), considerably less than the £2000 we originally thought such a player might cost. Which is good news.
Joining the new premium Signature TV in its 2016 OLED line-up are LG's G6 and E6 models in sizes from 77-55in.
Mitchell and Johnson signs exclusive deal to license Electrostatz tech in its new 2016 headphone range.
We've had our first listen to high-res MQA music streaming on Tidal here at CES 2016 thanks to Scandinavian music label 2L. But the official launch has been put back (again).
MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) audio will make its debut on a number of playback systems and online streaming and music stores during 2016.
Are you sitting comfortably? If you spend many hours listening to your beloved hi-fi system, then maybe this is the chair for you.
Samsung may not be the first company to produce an Atmos soundbar - that honour goes to Yamaha - but its version does have Atmos rear speakers as well.
Samsung's 2016 smart TV range will be Internet of Things (IoT) compatible and connected via the SmartThings platform.
We first saw a prototype of the Arcam MusicBoost back in November, but now we've got our hands on the real thing which has just gone on sale in the UK for £120.
It has taken several years to develop the Series II version of Monitor Audio's Platinum speakers, which start from £3150 a pair, and they'll go on sale after CES in January.
According to The Wall Street Journal, music streaming service Spotify is considering changing its strategy to allow some artists to withhold new releases (at least initially) from its 80 million free users.
A report by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) in the US finds Ultra HD 4K TVs consume up to 30 per cent more energy than existing high-definition models.
A mixture of back-catalogue and new releases will be available on the Ultra HD Blu-ray format in early 2016.
Customers will see their subscriptions increase from between £3.50 and £4 a month from February 2016.
There are now 2.8 million households in the US with 4K TVs, with two million of those sold in the third quarter of 2015.
Changes to the way the BBC streams its internet radio stations have left some listeners unable to tune in on their devices.
The readers of What Hi-Fi? have voted clearly for the Naim Mu-so wireless speaker as their favourite product of 2015.
Compact, portable headphone amplifier and DAC is designed to deliver music at up to studio-master-tape quality.
Audio-Technica may be the No.1 headphone brand in Japan, but the company is well aware it has to take on the big global players in the rest of the world.
Controversy over the way TVs are tested for energy consumption has hit the headlines this week, with some comparing it to the VW emissions scandal.
Samsung has issued a statement firmly denying that it has used one of its power saving modes to improve results in lab tests for measuring the energy consumption of its TVs.
Existing Mu-so owners will get the free firmware v1.3 update on 6th October. And there will also be Tidal support for all Naim's all-in-one Uniti players, network players and streaming preamplifiers with firmware v4.3.