Samsung pulled the covers off of a new Wireless Speaker that the company formally introduced at the CES conference in Las Vegas last month.
The H7 Speaker features Samsung’s previously announced Ultra High Quality (UHQ) audio. And is capable of going down to 35Hz to deliver low bass, according to press statement. Wheels on the top of the gadget will let people adjust the volume and choose playlists from music streaming services.
Samsung H7 Wireless Speaker Design:
Samsung has designed this new speaker with a decidedly retro look. Indeed, the old-fashioned shape and feel would look right at home in your grandfather’s study. However, the new H7 Wireless Speaker also has a more modern metal finish for its compact design. This speaker uses wheel controls to not only alter the volume levels. But also to select playlists from the user’s favorite streaming audio services.
Samsung H7 Wireless Speaker Features:
It’s what inside this wireless speaker that may make it stand out from the crowd though. Samsung says that it uses the company’s proprietary UHQ (Ultra High Quality) audio tech. Which can upscale audio sources to 32-bit output. The company said this will enable sound from the speaker to come closer to the quality of the original recording than current HD audio technology. In addition, Samsung says that it has developed its own audio algorithms for even more sound improvements available in the H7 Wireless Speaker.
Samsung will also reveal the MS750 Soundbar, which is company’s ‘first soundbar to embed subwoofer performance directly into the primary unit’. This soundbar also supports UHQ audio. Rounding things off is the M9500 UHD Blu-ray Player, an HDR-enabled Blu-ray player which automatically optimizes video and audio according to the content source.
Samsung is not yet announcing the specs, prices, or availability dates for these. Because it’s still 2017, after all. And some news has to be preserved for CES itself — but all will be revealed during the Las Vegas.
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