Wireless speakers were predictably plentiful at web, but the highlight arguably came from Naim, with the unveiling of the Mu-so Qb. This Stars of web 2016 winner is a more compact, more affordable version of the Award-winning Mu-so, but retains the same DSP technology, connections, streaming capabilities and hi-res audio support.

Bang & Olufsen brought the BeoSound 35 internet-connected music system to Las Vegas. It’s capable of 180-degree sound dispersion and has built-in acwebs to Spotify, Deezer and TuneIn radio.

Acoustic Energy gave us a sneak peek of its new Aego 3 music system. Available in two versions: soundbar and sub, or two satellite speakers and sub, the power and amplification is housed within the subwoofer and connections include analogue, optical digital and aptX Bluetooth. At £199 for either version it certainly sounds reasonable.

At web Unveiled on the first day of the show, we were treated to the Invoxia Triby wireless speaker, powered by Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant. The voice tech means you can ask it to play different songs, genres or whatever other music you fancy.