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Samsung unveils curved soundbar & M3 multiroom

02 Sep 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung is expanding its audio product line-up at IFA. The first addition is a curved soundbar, which Samsung believes will fit nicely under its curved TVs. The other is a new M3 multiroom speaker.

A curved soundbar

Samsung is crazy about curves and has released several curved TVs this year. So what is missing? Curved sound obviously - at least according to Samsung.

Samsung’s curved soundbar

The new HW-H7500 is a curved soundbar for a 55-inch TV and HW-7501 is for a 65-inch TV. Both come in a brushed aluminum design, and both of them can actually replace the stand of the TV, or hang below the TV on a wall. Samsung says that the soundbars can imitate 8.1 surround.

Samsung is also adding a new small M3 speaker to its Multiroom system that can wirelessly connect to its TVs. Samsung Multiroom is an alternative to Sonos and other wireless sound systems. Read FlatpanelsHD’s Samsung Multiroom review here.

Samsung M3 multirrom soundbar

No words on price or availability yet. Samsung will exhibit the new products at IFA 2014 later this week.

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