Samsung is teasing some of the home theater and home audio gear that it will be showing off at CES 2014. The gear will include a new entry-level multi-room speaker called the Samsung Shape Wireless Audio - Multiroom system M5. The M5 speaker can be used to create multi-room audio or a multichannel wireless system.
The Sound Stand device is thin at 1.4-inches thick and has 4.2-channel sound. The Sound Stand and the soundbar both have Bluetooth built-in. Samsung will also unveil a new home entertainment system designed with virtual 9.1 channel sound and lots more called the HT-H7730WM.
It uses analog vacuum tubes and digital amplification. "Powering the HT-H7730WM is an amplifier that gives listeners the best of two worlds – the warmth of analog vacuum tubes and the power and efficiency of digital amplification. Discerning listeners will appreciate the natural, full-range sound with virtually zero distortion and no active-induced clipping."
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