Samsung has announced its new range of digital audio-video products at CES this year including the first soundbar that can connect with a TV using wireless Bluetooth technology. Other products include a Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (DA-F60), 7.1 Channel Home Theater System (HT-F9750W) and the company's Premium Blu-ray Player (BD-F7500).
The HW-F750 sports a slim design and comes with a separate, wireless subwoofer. It offers users with warm and natural sounds through integration of a vacuum tube amplifier into a soundbar for the first time. Further, the HW-750 Soundbar can be hooked up with a TV enabling users to connect wirelessly via Bluetooth.
Also the sound bar automatically powers on when the TV is turned on, courtesy a new AirtrackON function. Users can control the HW-F750 with a TV remote control.
The Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (DA-F60) comes integrated with NFC and can be paired with other NFC-enabled smartphones or tablets. It also supports the SoundShare feature that allows users to utilise the DA-F60 as a TV speaker wirelessly via Bluetooth.
The DA-F60 also features built in apt-X codec technology which boosts the Bluetooth speaker's extensive dynamic range, particularly at the top end.
Generation sound at 1,330-watts, Samsung's 7.1 Channel Home Theater System (HT-F9750W) comes with the new TV Sound On feature that allows users to instantly activate the system while muting TV speaker with one click.
The HT-F9750W promises to be the perfect counterpart for a Samsung 2013 TV, including the new Ultra-High Definition (UHD) TVs yet to be announced.
The Blu-ray player accompanying the HT-F9750W can run multiple apps simultaneously and also offers Samsung's latest Smart Hub and AllShare features.
The company's Premium Blu-ray Player (BD-F7500) sports a slim design featuring a black and silver exterior and comes with a dual-core processor for rendering high picture quality and faster web-browsing. It also supports Samsung's Smart TV technologies such as Smart Hub and AllShare that allows users to browse through content easily.
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