Samsung to Unveil Wireless Streaming Speaker and More at CES
January 3, 2014
At CES, Samsung plans to demo a new wireless streaming speaker controlled by the Shape mobile app and audio system. The company also announced it will showcase two Shape-compatible soundbars, the HW-H750 (320W of sound for large TVs) and the HW-H600 (designed for 32-55 inch TVs). In addition, Samsung will unveil a new home entertainment system that features six speakers, subwoofer and amplifier, and a Blu-ray player capable of upscaling to 4K resolution.
“After introducing the Shape wireless streaming audio system and the M7 speaker mere months ago, the Korean company is now ready to reveal a new, smaller member of the family, the M5,” reports Engadget. “This new model has only three drivers (down from the five inside the larger M7), but still packs the same wireless audio tech as its elder — meaning it’s controlled by the Shape mobile app, connects to your local network through a Shape hub wired to your router and automagically fits into your existing system, whether it’s a multi-room or multi-channel setup.”
Samsung’s new HT-H7730WM home entertainment system (pictured above) has 6.1 speakers, but delivers up to 9.1 channels of sound using the new DTS Neo: Fusion II codec.
The company will also debut it latest GIGA system, the MX-HS8500 (press photo below), that touts 2,500W of power and twin 15-inch subwoofers. Designed for travel, the GIGA system features wheels and a retractable handle. “Plus, it still has the same visual flair as previous GIGA systems, meaning it has fifteen different lighting effects settings to please partygoers’ eyeballs,” notes the post.
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