Anybody expecting a somewhat typical CES experience in 2022 was baffled when Covid-19 constrained numerous exhibitors to pull out of the Las Vegas tech exhibition without a second to spare.
Joyfully, however, we haven’t been baffled by the sound items and advances in plain view this year.
CES is the spot to track down the strangest and wackiest improvements in the realm of tech, also the main advancements. This year was no exemption.
It was the more modest sound brands that truly captured everyone’s attention this year, nonetheless, with a considerable lot of the bigger sound organizations having a more quelled presence than ordinary.
We’ve seen everything from invisible headphones to Bluetooth speakers with never-ending battery lives, alongside the usual gamut of true wireless earbuds, soundbars, and record players – giving us a real taste of what we can expect from the coming year in audio.
There are always lots of headphones to see at CES.
This year’s offering included some truly wacky technologies alongside conventional audiophile over-ears that’ll appeal to discerning listeners.