Posted Thu Dec 29, 2016 at 01:30 PM PST by Steven Cohen
Two new audio products will be revealed at CES 2017.
Samsung has announced the latest additions to its home audio lineup, the H7 Wireless Speaker & MS750 Soundbar. Both devices incorporate the company's new UHQ 32bit Audio Technology.
"Delivering clear, crisp, immersive sound is very important to Samsung, and we always strive to create new products that further complement the user experience," said Jurak Choi, Senior Vice President of Samsung Electronics. "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."
The H7 Wireless Speaker features a sleek, contemporary metal finish along with an intuitive wheel control system, allowing users to adjust the volume and select music by turning the wheel. In addition, the speaker uses Samsung's new proprietary UHQ 32bit Audio Technology which enables upscaled 32bit sound from any wired or wireless source that provides 8 to 24bit audio. Likewise, the device offers a bass response going down to 35Hz, resulting in a wide range from low to high frequencies.
Meanwhile, the new MS750 Soundbar features a "one body" design with integrated subwoofer performance. In addition, the device offers superior up-firing capabilities with overhead sound that uses vertical tweeters with upmixing technology. Likewise, the soundbar also includes support for Samsung's UHQ 32bit audio technology.
Full details, including pricing and availability for the H7 Wireless Speaker & MS750 Soundbar are expected to be announced at CES 2017 on January 5-8 in Las Vegas. Beyond the new audio products, Samsung also recently announced plans to debut its new M9500 Ultra HD Blu-ray player at the show as well.
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