Samsung Zones In On AV Updates With Wireless Connectivity For CES

  • Soundbar, known by model number HW-F750
  • Samsung's next portable wireless Bluetooth speaker, the DA-F60
  • 7.1 Channel Home Theatre System, the HT-F9750W

Samsung is focusing on wireless sound as it pumps up its digital audio line up. The company has made its announcement ahead of CES's official kick off.

  • Soundbar, known by model number HW-F750
  • Samsung's next portable wireless Bluetooth speaker, the DA-F60
  • 7.1 Channel Home Theatre System, the HT-F9750W

Samsung is focusing on wireless sound as it pumps up its digital audio line up. The company has made its announcement ahead of CES's official kick off.

Samsung’s line up of 2013 AV products includes what it's calling the first soundbar that can connect wirelessly to a TV. The soundbar, known by model number HW-F750, features a valve amplifier that's been plugged into the bar, a first for the technology. It is accompanies by a wireless subwoofer.

The set up uses SoundShare so users can create the wireless TV hookup. It also features a gyroscope sensor that gauges height, rotation and slope for optimal sound no matter where users mount it. Users can also take advantage of the AirtrackON function, a feature that powers up the soundbar automatically when the TV is on. There is also the ability to control the soundbar using a TV remote.

Samsung also introduced the DA-F60, otherwise known as Samsung's next portable wireless Bluetooth speaker, which uses advanced wireless connections and NFC technology to boost sound quality and user ease. All it takes is a tap to connect the speakers to a phone or tablet, Samsung said.

Samsung has revealed well before the Vegas show that it would introduce TV models of unprecedented size and design. Samsung has created the 7.1 Channel Home Theatre System to go hand-in-hand with its slew of new products. A multi-dimensional swivel speaker, 1,330-watt sound, proprietary valve amplifier and all of Samsung's latest Smart TV features are part of the HT-F9750W package.

Finally, Samsung is rolling out a premium Blu-ray player, a.k.a the BD-F7500, featuring advanced upscaling capabilities. It allows users to experience ordinary SD and HD content in super high res. The BD-F7500 is packed with 900MHz x 2 high-performance dual-core chipsets for further image improvement and hyper-drive browsing speed.

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