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Samsung adds 360-degree speakers to multi-room

12 Jan 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

Wireless sound is not a new thing, but in recent years manufacturers have started building out multi-room systems that also connect wirelessly to the TV. Samsung is adding two new 360-degree speakers in 2015.

Samsung WAM7500 and WAM6500

The new speakers are called WAM7500 and WAM6500 and you can connect them wirelessly to your Samsung Smart TV via Samsung’s multi-room system. The unique twist here is that the uniquely-designed speakers output 360-degree sound.

Samsung WAM7500 at CES 2015

Samsung says that a “Ring Radiator” technology funnels the sound out of the top. Samsung is far from the first to create 360-degree sound, but it is still hoping that it will resonate with consumers based on the multi-room eco system.. The WAM7500 is designed to stand on a table or a floor stand. The WAM6500 is a portable version with a battery built-in.

Samsung WAM7500 at CES 2015

The speakers are the first to come out of Samsung’s new audio lab in Valencia, California. Specifications will be released later. No words on availability or prices.

The wireless home - and TV - is happening.

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