Samsung today announced its new lineup of audio visual products that will be showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 next month. The products include Samsung’s new H7 Wireless Speaker, a new soundbar and a new UHD Blu-ray player. The company says that this new lineup features innovative devices that reflect a total paradigm shift for the company as it’s entered around simplistic and sleek design with enhanced integration across multiple devices.
“This year, we focused on the audiophile who wants a single, simple solution that not only fits their lifestyle, but that simultaneously delivers an unparalleled home audio experience,” said Jurak Choi, Senior Vice President of Samsung Electronics.
Samsung’s proprietary Ultra High Quality audio technology is highlighted across the entire lineup. It enables 32bits of rich sound from any source that provides 8 to 24bit sound. The technology is capable of upscaling audio sources to 32bit output for wired and wireless connections. 32bit sound provides a listening experience that’s closer to the original recording than existing HD audio.
Samsung’s new H7 Wireless Speaker promises stunning sound quality packaged in a premium design and intuitive user experience. It offers 32bit ultra high quality sound with a bass response of 35Hz. The compact speaker has sleek, contemporary metal finishes with a retro exterior. The wheel control allows for an intuitive user experience, turning the wheel not only adjusts the volume but also enables users to select their favorite playlist from a supported music streaming service.
The new MS750 Soundbar is the first soundbar from Samsung to embed subwoofer performance into the primary unit, it also supports UHQ 32bit audio. Superior up-firing capabilities and vertical tweeters with upmixing technology promise a deeper sense of immersion. It can be paired with Samsung’s Smart Remote Control as well. The MS750 Soundbar has a one body design that can easily be mounted onto the TV with one simple connection.
Samsung’s new M9500 UHD Blu-ray player features Bluetooth Wireless Streaming Support and Samsung Smart Remote integration. This HDR-optimized device also offers a new Private Cinema Mode which transfers TV audio to personal Bluetooth headphones. It automatically sets TV screen and audio to the optimal level by analyzing the content source being played, such as DTS-X, HDR or Atmos.
All of these products will be showcased by Samsung at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 next month in Las Vegas.