Samsung Delivers MS750 Sound+ Soundbar
Samsung said Wednesday that the affordably priced MS750 Sound+ single-unit soundbar offering a vertically expanded soundstage with distortion cancelling, enhanced bass and, multi-speaker control is coming to retailers now.
The MS750, which carries a $699.95 average street price, was first introduced at CES 2017 last January, when it won the show’s Best Soundbar Award from HD Guru. It offers 5-channel sound from 11 drivers, each having a dedicated amplifier. This includes three wide-range tweeters, six woofers and two vertical wide-range tweeters.
Using simultaneous multi-array performance and long-excursion technology, the sound of the MS750’s bass is said to have increased depth and coverage.
Read more on the Samsung MS750 Sound+ Soundbar after the jump:
The MS750 was designed to widen the listening sweet spot to almost any point in the room.
In addition, the sound bar features 4K Ultra HD upscaling with 32-bit audio technology for highly accurate sound reproduction. A Smart Sound Mode identifies content as Movie, Voice, Music or Sports and automatically optimizes the sound effects to the scene, Samsung said.
The company said the soundbar’s wider sound dispersion is created by its wide-range tweeter and cross-over range of 600Hz ~ 20kHz. Music can be streamed in high-quality HD Audio from a smartphone via Samsung Multiroom App.
The soundbar’s design is said to help fit almost any room decore and the MS750 can be mounted directly to a Samsung TV for an integrated look. The MS750 is designed to share a power cord with one of Samsung’s 2017 QLED TVs, for cleaner cable management. The soundbar can also be controlled from the Samsung One TV remote to reduce clutter.
For setup flexibility and ease of use, the MS750 offers 4K Ultra HD/60p with HDR pass-through, for use with new 4K Ultra HD TVs and Ultra HD Blu-ray players. For extra bass dimensions, users can add an optional W700 (available for a $499.99 suggested retail price) subwoofer, which mates with the Samsung MS750, MS650 and MS6500 soundbars, to assembly a full 5.1 surround sound system.
A unibody body design employs a dongle solution to wirelessly transmit the signal from the soundbar to the subwoofer.
By Greg Tarr
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