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Sunday, January 06, 2013
Samsung Showcases Its New Digital Audio Line-up At CES


Samsung will emphasize connectivity and usability across its 2013 AV products, including the first soundbar that enables Bluetooth connectivity with a TV at CES 2013.

Samsung expands its digital audio line-up with new devices. The company's 2013 AV products feature a number of wireless connectivity enhancements, including a soundbar that can connect with a TV using wireless Bluetooth technology.

Products highlights include:

- Samsung's Vacuum Tube Soundbar (model HW-F750) is the first soundbar to feature a built-in vacuum tube to maximize sound quality, and is the first soundbar that can wirelessly connect with a TV via Bluetooth.

Additionally, the HW-750 offers convenience with its SoundShare function, which enables users to wirelessly connect the soundbar to a TV via Bluetooth. Meanwhile, the product's gyroscope sensor gauges height, rotation and slope to optimize sound quality, whether the soundbar is placed in a horizontal or vertical position.

Users can activate the new AirtrackON function, which automatically powers on the soundbar when the TV is turned on, and allows users to control the HW-F750 with a TV remote control. The HW-F750 also sports a slim design and separate, wireless subwoofer.



- Weighing only three pounds, Samsung's Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (model DA-F60) promises to bring advanced sound quality with an apt-X codec, while offering Near-Field Communications (NFC) connectivity.

The speaker's integrated Near-Field Communications (NFC) connectivity makes it easy for consumers to pair the speaker with other NFC devices, such as a smartphone or tablet, by simply tapping the two devices together. Additionally, support for Samsung's SoundShare feature means users can employ the DA-F60 as a TV speaker using wireless Bluetooth connectivity.

The DA-F60 incorporates neodymium magnets and a passive radiator to produce results typically found in high-end Hi-Fi audio systems, including tuned low-frequency reproduction and virtually no distortion even at high volumes.



- Samsung's 7.1 Channel Home Theater System (model HT-F9750W) was created to be a counterpart for Samsung's 2013 TVs, with a Gallium Nitride (GaN) amplifier.

The new TV Sound On feature allows users to instantly activate the system's 1,330-watt sound while muting the internal TV speaker with a single click of the remote control. This flagship HTS incorporates Samsung's proprietary vacuum tube and digital amplifier, as well as the latest in Smart TV features.

The system offers the multi-dimensional sound of a swivel speaker, coupled with a new DTS Neo fusion codec - exclusive to Samsung - that further enhances vertical sound. A Gallium Nitride (GaN) amplifier can handle a sound range beyond the typical audible frequency range. A Ceramic Polypropylene Injection Diaphragm (CPID) speaker expands sound resolution so every note is distinct.

Samsung's 4K Scaler Processor promises true-to-life pictures with vivid colors, and also upscales high-definition content to UHD-level picture quality.

The Blu-ray component of the HT-F9750W can run multiple apps simultaneously, and also offers Samsung's latest Smart Hub and AllShare features.



- Samsung's Premium Blu-ray Player (model BD-F7500) features advanced upscaling capabilities, allowing users to experience ordinary SD and HD content in superior resolution.

This slim player offers a dual-core processor and Samsung's Smart TV technologies including Smart Hub and AllShare.

The BD-F7500?s video processor includes a proprietary Samsung algorithm that improves the visual quality of block-based low bit-rate coded images and reduces blocking artifacts. This feature is especially important for maximizing the visual quality of content streamed from the Internet. Furthermore, the unit's 900MHz x 2 high-performance dual-core chipset boosts the unit's image processing capacity.



In addition, under the theme "Journey of Wonder," Samsung will also display UHD televisions of different sizes and also showcase its latest in home appliances, laptop computers, mobile devices, cameras and high-end storage equipment at its 4,596 square meter booth.

The company will be displaying 110-, 95- and 85-inch UHD televisions and also its latest lineup in F-branded televisions sets - the F8000, F7000 and F6000.

Using the theme "Touch the Smart Life," Samsung's rival LG Electronics will be also displaying some 500 consumer gadgets on 2,043 square meters.

LG will feature its 55-inch organic light-emitting diode (OLED) televisions at the show and also next-generation flat screens with super-sharp picture and Internet capability. There willbe 19 OLED TVs using LG?s in-house W-RGB technology.

The advanced OLED TV and various-sized UHD TVs at 84-, 65- and 55-inch are wowing visitors. LG officials are also demonstrating technology allowing users to activate various gaming content by just clicking a button.

LG Group, whose broad lineup of companies include technology giant LG Electronics, will invest a record amount of 20 trillion won (about $19 billion) this year as it looks to make a fast start in new business areas.

LG is banking heavily on the market of organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays as well as long-term evolution and devices that support the mobile technology.

About 14 trillion won will be used to expand factory lines, compared to the 11.8 trillion won invested in facilities last year.


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