Samsung Launches MS750 Five-Channel Soundbar

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Samsung-HW-MS750.jpgSamsung has added a new soundbar to its Sound+ lineup. The five-channel HW-MS750 ($699.99) sports 11 speakers: three wide-range tweeters, six woofers, and two vertical wide-range tweeters to expand the soundstage vertically. Each speaker is powered by its own amplifier, and�Samsung's patented distortion cancelling technology is designed to produce a wide sweet spot. The MS750 offers HDMI ports with support for 4K/HDR pass-through, and you can add the optional�W700 subwoofer ($499.99) if desired.

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Samsung Electronics America Inc. has launched the MS750 Sound+ Soundbar. The MS750 enhances the home theater experience by vertically expanding the sound stage, providing a deeper sense of immersion from a single unit with ultra-high quality audio, distortion cancelling, multi-speaker control and a wide-range tweeter.

"Bringing the best viewing and listening experience to our home entertainment lineup is paramount at Samsung," said Jim Kiczek, Vice President of Digital Audio/Video Marketing for Samsung Electronics America. "The MS750 Sound+ Soundbar provides a sweet spot no matter where you sit with Samsung's patented distortion cancelling technology."

The MS750 is a five-channel soundbar composed of 11 speaker units with dedicated amplifiers, three wide-range tweeters, six woofers and two vertical wide-range tweeters. Simultaneous multi-array performance and long-excursion technology increase the depth and coverage of the soundbar's powerful bass.

The MS750 features UHD upscaling where Ultra High Quality 32-bit audio technology automatically preserves the recording's original and rich sound. It also is equipped with Smart Sound Mode, which identifies content as Movie, Voice, Music or Sports and automatically optimizes any scene's sound effects accordingly. Wider sound dispersion stems from the wide-range tweeter and cross-over range of 600 Hz ~ 20 kHz. Music can be easily streamed in HD Audio quality from a smartphone via Samsung's Multiroom App.

Designed to blend seamlessly with consumers' home d�cor, the MS750 can be mounted directly to a Samsung TV for an integrated look. Additionally, the MS750 powers both itself and the TV with one power cord for cleaner cable management. The soundbar can also be controlled from the Samsung One TV remote to reduce clutter.

With 4K pass-through, consumers can create a complete 4K entertainment system with Samsung UHD TVs and Ultra HD Blu-Ray players. Additionally, an optional W700 subwoofer, compatible with the Samsung MS750, MS650 and MS6500 soundbar, adds deeper bass, as low as 27 Hz, completing a true 5.1 surround sound system. The unibody body design employs a dongle solution to wirelessly transmit the signal from the soundbar to the subwoofer. Available separately from the MS750, the W700 can be purchased for $499.99 at retailers nationwide.

The MS750 Sound+ Soundbar will be available for $699.99 at retailers nationwide.

Additional Resources
� For more information, visit http://www.samsung.com.
Samsung Introduces HDR+ High Dynamic Range Technology at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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