Samsung\’s Audio Lineup Mixes Old School Audio With Millennial Tech at CES 2013

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Claiming to be a world\’s first, the latest sound bar from Samsung (HW-F750) sports a vacuum tube amplifier to provide high powered sound levels while keeping a warm natural tone.

\"Samsung\"This old school tech is coupled with the latest wireless conveniences including a Bluetooth connection with compatible TV\’s and a wireless subwoofer.  A built in gyroscope is utilized to auto-adjust the sound settings based on the sound bar\’s height, slope and rotation.

The tube revival continues into their new flagship 7.1 Home Theater System (HT-F9750W) but keeps the vacuum tubes in the pre-amp and instead uses state-of-the-art Gallium Nitride amplifiers to spit out over 1,300 watts in total.

The built in Blu-ray player incorporates Samsung\’s 4K Scalar processor which will upscale those 1080p Blu-Ray discs to Ultra-High Definition glory should this system be paired with the host of new 4K TV\’s sure to debut later in the show.

Rounding out the lineup is a Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (DA-F60) offering the ability to act as a TV speaker with Bluetooth connectivity and also offers NFC pairing which is no surprise given the several million NFC capable Galaxy products Samsung has shipped in the past year or so.



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