Creative will have a number of new products at IFA 2016, including the Sound BlasterX Katana soundbar, the Creative Nuno Series of Bluetooth speakers and the Creative Flex foldable headphones.
Dali's new portable wireless speaker, the Katch, will be showcased at the exhibition. The device has a pair of 3.5in aluminium woofers and 21mm soft-dome tweeters on its front and back, fuelled by a 2600mAh internal battery that is said to last for 24 hours.
Class D amplification provides a claimed 18 watts of power. The Katch also features Bluetooth 4.0 with apt-X, Chromecast and NFC support, and can also be connected to via a 3.5mm audio jack.
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Epson will be showing off its latest range of projectors, the EH-TW7300, EH-TW9300 and EH-TW9300W. The latest Moverio BT300 smart glasses will also be on show.
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We know that Kenwood is going to be bringing a few pairs of headphones to the exhibit - specifically the KH-KR900, KH-CR500 and KH-SR800 brand.
However we are much more eagerly awaiting further details on JVC's new 4K HDR laser projector, the D-ILA BLUEscent. So far we've only seen a stylish, yet vague, trailer...
OLED televisions look to be the new standard in TV quality, and no doubt plenty of show space will be given over to LG's 2016 4K OLED TV range, though they could all be over-shadowed, literally, by the monstrous 105in curved 4K TV that LG revealed at CES 2014, complete with its 11 million pixels. Will we see new LG TVs at IFA? While we're still holding out, we do know that they'll be demonstrating HDR technology that will work in conjunction with High Frame Rate (HFR) and Hybrid Gamma Log (HLG) content.
LG has confirmed it will be holding an art exhibition to show off the entire Signature series of products. The OLED65G6V will be in attendance, alongside its bigger 77in brother, as well as the rest of the Signature range - a fridge/frezzer, washing machine and air purifier.
The company also has plans for flexible OLED screens, including a phone that can be folded-out to double as a tablet, so we wouldn't rule out a first look at something like this.
Speaking of phones, LG is also going to be introducing the V20 smartphone, which will be the the first to feature a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC built-in to achieve a higher quality of audio. However, LG has not yet revealed information about which headphones will be compatable with the device.
And that's not all, LG will also be officially unveiling a new four-strong range of wireless Bluetooth speakers designed for "active lifestyle audiophiles". The range has various features including mood lighting, water-resistant bodies and 360-degree sound.
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