IFA is always the right time to see the latest headphones, speakers, sound bars (and almost every other audio device you can think of), and IFA 2019 is no exception.
We don't see much in terms of progress, innovations that have never been seen before; instead, the trend that is spreading at IFA 2019 is for big and small brands to build on existing technology, making their products better than ever.
So without further ado, this is the best audio technology we saw at this year's biggest European tech show.
Best Speaker: Sonos Move
Sonos has everything from sound bars to wireless architecture speakers, but so far, it has never released a portable Bluetooth speaker.
After waiting all this time, Sonos needs to launch something really special to fill this gap at their fingertips, and it has: Sonos Move has impressed us with its flexibility, from portable playback on the go to being part of the Multi at Home. fine tunning.
Read our hands Sonos Move review
Best Soundbar: Anker Nebula Soundbar – Fire TV Edition
Not satisfied with being nailed smartphones, tablet, web browser and your home speaker, Amazon constantly pushing it to television and, surprisingly, to sound bars.
Anker Nebula Soundbar – Fire TV Edition comes with built-in Fire TV, so you can use it to watch Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube, and more.It also contains the intelligence of Voice Assistant Alexa from Amazon, so you can surf the TV with just your voice.
In terms of sound, there is a dual built-in subwoofer, so it should sound quite mosaic, while the 2: 1 channel design means you get the sound that fills the room.
The best turntables: Audio-Technica AT-LP5x
We only have a short session with the AT-LP5x, but even at this early stage it's hard to find mistakes – there's a commitment to good material, the ability to digitize your notes, and the flexibility to add other audio components of your choice that make a turntable that will grow along with your love for vinyl.
Lack of Bluetooth connectivity may delay those who want to avoid the frustration of setting up their speakers with annoying cables, but even so, cable connectivity is generally considered an added value in the audiophile community, many of whom believe it offers a highest audio level. The quality.
Read our hands Audio-Technica AT-LP5x review
Best headphones: Sony WI-1000XM2
Sony has an excellent reputation for creating exceptional headphones to reduce noise, and the brand is looking forward to another victory with the new WI-1000XM2 wireless neckband headphones.
The new headphones are based on a class-leading design from its predecessors, packaged in an updated noise-canceling processor, the same as that used in our favorite true wireless headphone, the Sony WF-1000XM3.
The sound cancellation is very good, and the offered sound quality seems very good depending on the time we spend testing it, but the battery life can be better.
Read our hands on Sony WI-1000XM2 wireless headphones reviews
Special mention: Philips OLED + 984 TV
You might be surprised to find a TV in an audio summary, but Philips OLED + 984, like no other, uses the most advanced sound system ever installed on a TV.
OLED + 984 immediately sets itself apart from its average ensemble thanks to the prominent tubular tweeter cabinet that sits above the main arrangement of pendant soundbar-style drivers, made in collaboration with British audio specialists Bowers & Wilkins.
That unique design means you don't need to go out for an additional soundbar, making it easier than ever to achieve a fantastic home theater environment in your living room.
Read our hands Philips OLED + 984 reviews