Samsung unveiled its updated digital audio lineup with four new products. First is the portable wireless Bluetooth speaker – DA-F60. The feature set of the speakers include NFC for easier pairing, SoundShare support to connect to TV via Bluetooth, apt-X codec support and neodymium magnets and a passive radiator, which Samsung claims are often found in hi-end audio systems.
The HW-F750 is Samsung’s first soundbar that comes with vacuum tube technology for improved audio performance. It also has SoundShare to connect to the TV, optimizes audio quality depending if it is placed in horizontal or vertical position and AirtrackON that turns on automatically as soon as TV is turned on.
The 7.1 channel home theatre system (HT-F9750W) is said to complement the upcoming 2013 range of Samsung Smart TVs. The 1330 watt Blu-ray system comes with Sound On that works similarly to the AirtrackON found on the soundbar, has a Gallium Nitride (GaN) amplifier that claims to handle sound range beyond audible frequency range, DTS Neo fusion codec support, latest Smart Hub interface and lots more.
The final product to be unveiled is the premium Blu-ray player BD-F7500 that upscales and optimises regular SD and HD content for UHD TVs. It is also powered by a dual-core processor, Smart Hub support, minimalistic looks, improved video algorithm etc.