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Samsung launches stylish new wireless dual dock speakers

samsungdae750main2Samsung has released it new range of wireless audio and dock products which are made from fine natural materials to produce exceptional hi-fi sound quality.

The products not only sound good but also look good with a glossy wooden finish that are designed to complement any living space.

On the audio side, one model includes a mixture of analog and digital technology that results in a warm and rich audio output.

They also feature dual docks which means the units can connect Samsung’s Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Note along with the iPhone, iPod and iPad.

And they also offer the option of wireless playback using Samsung’s AllShare DLNA (digital living network alliance) or Bluetooth streaming.

The Samsung DA-E750 wireless speaker includes a vacuum tube amp


This model includes a built-in vacuum tube amp which is visible on top of the product and offers a soft glow when it’s in operation.

The DA-E750 is made of cherry wood with a high gloss finish and boasts 2.1 channel speaker and a 100 watts subwoofer.

Also on board the DA-E750 are professional grade glass fibre speakers and analog and USB Direct Play ports. It priced at $699.

The Samsung DA-E670


The DA-E670 delivers 40 watts through the onboard glass fibre speakers and the unit is finished in high glass piano black.

And like the DA-E750, the device has wireless playback through AllShare or Bluetooth as well as USB Direct Play.

The DA-E760 is priced at $479.

The Samsung DA-E650 has a design that was inspired by a horn


The DA-E650 has basically the same audio features as the DA-E670 but with an entirely new curved shape that was inspired by a horn.

The eye-catching style is also matched by an ear-catching sound with the options of connecting your device through the hide-away dock or wirelessly via Bluetooth.

The DA-E650 is priced at $399.

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