Samsung might be a name one thinks of when it comes to smartphones or displays, but this does not mean that the company only manufactures those and if you’re in the market for a new of speakers, or maybe a sound system for your home theater setup, Samsung has taken the wraps off several new audio products that could be worth checking out. These products range from soundbars to portable speakers to an entire home theater setup, so depending on your needs, Samsung might have something for you.
Kicking things off with the HW-F750 soundbar, this is a pretty interesting piece of audio equipment because according to Samsung, this will be the first soundbar that will connect to your television using wireless Bluetooth technology – assuming your television supports the technology, of course. For the more discerning listener, it seems that Samsung has also introduced a vacuum tube amplifier into the HW-F750 soundbar, which by right should help reproduce warmer sounds from the device, something worth taking note of. The soundbar will also come with a built-in gyroscope, allowing users to place the soundbar in any position with the gyroscope then determining how best to project the sound.
Next up would be Samsung’s wireless portable speaker, the DA-F60 (pictured above) which comes in a sleek and elegant package. These speakers will connect with devices either using NFC technology by simply tapping the devices together, or if you don’t own an NFC product, regular Bluetooth connectivity will work as well. It should be noted that since these speakers use Bluetooth to pair with devices, Samsung claims that they will also work with TVs thanks to the Samsung SoundShare feature, allowing these speakers to double as speakers for your television as well.
Last but not least is Samsung’s 7.1 home theater system, the HT-F9750W, which as you can see in the image features pretty sleek looks which should complement your home’s modern interior design. These speakers will come with a TV Sound On feature which according to Samsung, will mute your television’s internal speakers while activating the HT-F9750W at a touch of a button. These speakers are also expected to feature both vacuum tube amplifiers along with a digital amplifier, allowing the listener to listen to more natural sounds without much distortion.
Apart from the speakers, the HT-F9750W will also come with a Blu-ray component, allowing users to play Blu-ray discs and will also support the UHD format, with Samsung promising to deliver such TV sets in 2013. The Blu-ray component will also allow users to run apps and will come with Samsung Smart Hub and AllShare features. Pricing has yet to be determined, but Samsung will be displaying these audio products at CES 2013, so be sure to check back with us then for the details.
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