get smart: 7 of the best home entertainment gadgets

The smart home contains an array of devices to keep us entertained. Make sure yours are top of the range in terms of looks and functionality.

Mobius immersive headphones in copper, £349, Audeze at selfridges

Mobius immersive headphones in copper, £349, Audeze at selfridges

Head-tracking headphones that are an absolute must for gamers.

BeoVision Eclipse 55” TV, from £8,195, Bang & Olufsen

BeoVision Eclipse 55” TV, from £8,195, Bang & Olufsen

A whopping 450-watt speaker means this OLED TV doubles as a wireless music system.

Yoyo (L) all-in-one home audio system, £350, Cambridge Audio

Yoyo (L) all-in-one home audio system, £350, Cambridge Audio

Spotify Connect means the music never stops while you take calls and use other apps on your mobile.

Phantom Reactor 600 original wireless speaker, £990, Devialet at Selfridges

Phantom Reactor 600 original wireless speaker, £990, Devialet at Selfridges

Control this sleek, lozenge-shaped design from any room by using the brand’s app.

Track+ noise cancelling earphones, £169, Libratone at Amazon

Track+ noise cancelling earphones, £169, Libratone at Amazon

Zone out with four-step noise cancellation that will automatically adapt to your surroundings.

MRx speaker, £399.99, Ruark Audio at john lewis

MRx speaker, £399.99, Ruark Audio at john lewis

Finished with a sleek walnut veneer, you can link it with other models in the line to build a wireless multi-room system.

Vain Sthlm commute wireless on-ear headphones, £139.99, Amazon

Vain Sthlm commute wireless on-ear headphones, £139.99, Amazon

Cool colours and Swedish design promise both standout aesthetics and audio.

Vain Sthlm commute wireless on-ear headphones, £139.99, Amazon

Vain Sthlm commute wireless on-ear headphones, £139.99, Amazon

Cool colours and Swedish design promise both standout aesthetics and audio.