Samsung Multiroom
Samsung Multiroom speakers received

31 Jul 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

We have received Samsung’s new Multiroom speakers, designed to compete with Sonos. Samsung’s speakers can also wirelessly connect to Samsung’s Smart TVs, which will be a focus area in our review. We will be sharing some of our findings on twitter during the review.

Samsung Multiroom received

Sonos made wireless multi-room speakers popular, and now Samsung wants to join in on the fun. Samsung sells the M5 and the larger M7. We have both. We will examine how the speakers play when connected wirelessly to Samsung’s Smart TVs, but also examine the smartphone/tablet music features. We will also compare side-by-side with Sonos speakers.
More about Samsung Multiroom here.

Samsung Multiroom


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Do you have specific suggestions or areas that you want us to examine in our review then please drop a comment below.

Samsung’s Multiroom speakers are available in the US and Europe. Follow the links for prices.



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