Samsung showcases its new line of audio docks for CES 2012


Samsung have unveiled the first multi-device audio docks with vacuum tube technology and the industry’s first audio dock with extended multi-device compatibility. It is compatible with a broad range of Samsung Galaxy and Apple devices via both docked and wireless connectivity. It sports a special harmonized design for smoother and crystal-clear audio experience along with connectivity to both Samsung and Apple devices.

The docks are suited for any room in the house and feature breakthrough innovation for rich sound qualities comparable to premium audio systems. No more BOSE and JBL! as Samsung have stolen the march on their show.

“Listening to music, whether individually or in a group setting, is one of the most personal and valued forms of entertainment,” said Sangchul Lee, senior vice president, Samsung Electronics. “As the leader in home entertainment, we wanted to create products that are unique, highly-functional and beautifully designed, yet offer the crystal clear, rich sound that consumers can enjoy, regardless of the portable device they store their music on.”

Exclusive Technology with greater connectivity and style

The DA-E750 Audio Dock  will debut Samsung’s brand new hybrid vacuum tube amplifie technology, which allows for sharper clarity combined with rich and warm sound performance of vacuum tubes, and proves detrimental in producing a pure listening experience to please any audiophile.

Samsung has truly reached a technological breakthrough while also raising the bar considerably in the field of mainstream audio products. It will also be the first to introduce a dual-docking design that allows docking support for both Galaxy S Android smartphones as well as Apple iOS devices including iPods, iPhones, and even iPads via unique dual docking structure.

It shows off a classy 2.1-channel speaker and powerful built-in subwoofer with 100 watts of sound along with a built-in USB port to play audio files directly from a thumb drive, music player or portable hard drive. MP3, WMA and WAV file formats are supported.

To prove how unique Samsung’s design for the DA-E750, engineers have included the utmost level of sophistication a dock could possibly achieve by introducing a system where the operation of the vacuum tube inside the dock emits a warm, soft glow that accentuates the sleek, high gloss wood finish wood and adds a touch of luxury to the system.

In addition, the DA-E750 supports wireless audio file playback through AllShare for Samsung Galaxy devices and Airplay for Apple devices, or via Bluetooth enabled devices for the ultimate in flexibility and convenience.

Simplicity and Elegance

While introducing the DA-E750, Samsung have also introduced the DA-E670 Audio Dock for Galaxy S Android smartphones, as well as Apple iOS devices. It is an easy-to-use audio dock that offers a superb listening experience while simultaneously charging the batteries of each device. With its compact footprint, the DA-E670 would be right at home in a living room, in a home office, or even in a bedroom, wherever music can be enjoyed while the devices charge.

While being quite similar to the EA-D750 the DA-E670 includes an auxiliary input and support for Bluetooth-enabled devices, audio support for MP3, WMA, WAV files from portable storage devices connected via USB and also offers users a simple remote control function. Like the DA-E750, the innovative DA-E670 supports both AllShare for Samsung devices and Airplay for Apple devices.

How about that for an audio dock ?! Get a chance for a hands-on yourselves at CES 2012 where you can catch these speakers pumping the beat at Samsung’s #12004 booth in the Central Hall at the 2012 CES, which will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), January 10-13, 2012