The H7 Wireless Speaker is a standalone wireless speaker that comes with support for UHQ 32-bit audio technology which apparently can increase the fidelity of 8-bit and 24-bit audio by converting it to 32-bit.
But never mind that because it appears Samsung isn't going to let any of those questions get in the way of a new product release, as the company announces what we'll get to see in the new year, with the H7, a wireless speaker that appears as if it could sound as good as it looks, and it looks great. Looking at its utterly spartan control scheme, Samsung is indeed emphasizing the minimalist look, and its subtle curve at the front makes it just different enough from the standard black box to stand out and have a unique look.
Samsung explained the effect works well on a woofer, which tends to output a powerful low-pitched sound with a movement bigger and more unpredictable than other speaker units.
The company has also developed a technology it's calling "Distortion Cancelling", which claims to be able to predict the movement of the speaker driver in advance, and control it in such a way so that it cancels out any interference for "perfect sound". This approach also includes Wide-band Tweeter and Crystal Amplifier technologies, which broaden the audio sweet spot in a room and help to reduce noise. If so, the Samsung H7 wireless speaker looks like a solid option.
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The three products in this new range include the H7 Wireless Speaker, the MS750 Soundbar and the M9500 UDH Blu-ray player. A range of metal finishes will be offered, and the speaker's compact size means it can be slotted neatly into a corner or put on display in the middle of a room - if you want to display what is essentially a giant, metal Lego block.
Samsung's new MS750 soundbar is the company's first to embed subwoofer performance directly into the primary unit.
Overall, the MS750 Soundbar provides a deeper sense of immersion, a result of superior up-firing capabilities and overhead surround sound that uses vertical tweeters with up-mixing technology. Thus, cable clutter is reduced around the TV. The soundbar also supports UHQ audio. You can merely mount it on your TV or on the wall.
Samsung is calling its second-generation Ultra HD Blu-ray player an "ultimate content player". The Blu-ray player uses the same TV UI as Samsung's smart televisions, so if you're a dedicated Samsung user, it'll be familiar to you. And, the M9500 will also allow playing Blu-ray titles on mobile devices (again, no details were provided as to brands, models, operating systems).