Samsung HW-F750 soundbar
Vacuum tubes in wireless Samsung HW-F750 soundbar

10 Jan 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung has created the ”world’s first” soundbar with vacuum tubes for a powerful, more ”analog” sound experience. The HW-F750 soundbar also connects wirelessly to the TV via bluetooth.

Wireless vacuum tube soundbar

You know the soundbar concept. Slim elongated devices that sits behind the TV and provides a richer sound experience. At CES, Samsung introduces the first vacuum tube based soundbar.

Samsung F8505
Samsung’s new HW-F750 soundbar with vacuum tube and wireless sound


The soundbar is called HW-750 and is a so-called 2.1 sound system; a stereo speaker system wih a subwoofer. The tubes are visible in the center of the soundbar, which gives a nostalgic look to the products, Samsung believes.

Samsung F8505
Samsung’s new HW-F750 soundbar with vacuum tube and wireless sound


The subwoofer is wireless – and the same is true for the soundbar. The soundbar can connect wirelessly to a 2013 Samsung Smart TV via bluetooth. But it still need a power cord, obviously.

Samsung has also announced a complete 7.1 Hoem Cinema sound system that goes by the name HT-F9750W, as well as cheaper soundbars that will be coming out in 2013.

Price and availability has not been announced.



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