It seems like Samsung is all set to launch its new wireless streaming speaker, home theater system, portable stereo and two TV soundbars at CES 2014. This Korean company launched Shape wireless streaming audio system and the M7 speaker few months back and now its ready to reveal a new and smaller member of the family, the M5. Though M5 has only three drivers however it still packs the same wireless audio tech as M7. M5 is controlled by the Shape mobile app, connects to your local network through a Shape hub wired to your router and automatically fits into your existing system, no matter it’s a multi-room or multi-channel setup.In addition , Samsung cooked up a connect box that hooks up with old school analog speakers and loops them into the Shape system so they can be wirelessly controlled too.
Not only this, Samsung’s also crafted a pair of Shape-compatible soundbars, the HW-H750 and the HW-H600. The H750 soundbar pumps out 320W of sound and is built to sit beneath the largest of TV’s (curved or otherwise), while the H600 sound stand is designed so that smaller 32-55 inch TV’s sit directly on top of it while it pumps out multi-directional 4.2 channel audio.
Samsung will be showing off a new HT-H7730WM home entertainment system. HT-H7730WM home entertainment system comes with six speakers, one subwoofer, a Blu-ray player capable of upscaling to UHD (4K) resolution and an amplifier packing both analog vacuum tubes and digital amps. Despite of having 6.1 speakers, the system delivers up to 9.1 channels of sound using the new DTS Neo: Fusion II codec.
We are sure that Samsung with its impressive Hi-tech innovations will reveal more and more products in CES 2014.
Via : Engadget