Samsung has readied a wide range of Audio and TV products that the company is going to show off at the CES show this year.
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Samsung has readied a whole range of audio and TV accessories that are meant to truly attune your home entertainment to awesomeness. The company is going to show off these products at the CES show this year which is about to kickstart. Meanwhile, we bring you an early glimpse of what is to come.


Samsung Home Theater System

If you wish to complete redo your entertainment equipment and go near-pro, you wouldn’t need to go beyond the Samsung HT-F9750W Home Theater System. It comes packed with a whopping 7.1-channel surround sound and uses vacuum tube and digital amp combo to give you a stunning audio experience.

The Theater System packs two HDMI inputs as well as support for Bluetooth and the two speakers are more like two sleek towers, equally excellent in looks and performance. If you are in the mood to watch 3D video on screen, the sound will be tweaked accordingly, thanks to the 3D Sound Plus processing.

The Theater System comes with support for a wide range of smart TVs as well as streaming from multiple sources, including the likes of Netflix and Hulu. Still, shall you need to run a Blu-ray at some time, you don’t have to worry. Samsung is also carrying forth to CES 2013 a new Blu-ray player which can upscale to a resolution of 4K, thanks to the twin 900MHz dual-core processors it runs on.

Samsung blu-ray player

Content on Blu-ray player can also be streamed from a Samsung phone or tablet, a functionality which is more or less provided across the entire range of Samsung’s home entertainment products. We sure look forward to getting a closer glimpse at these products at CES 2013.

Courtesy: Slashgear

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