Samsung HD Systems Go 3D

Samsung HT-D6750W

Samsung’s 2011 home entertainment HD systems will combine Blu-ray 3D playback with wireless Smart Hub streaming.

Only the top-of-the-range HT-D6750W will have 7.1 audio but the three 5.1 systems – HT-D7500W, HT-D550W and HT-D5530 – will offer virtual 7.1.

All will have “3D Depth Sound”, for generating sounds that move with the 3D picture, and Crystal Amplifier Plus technology that Samsung says will accurately reproduce sound and protect the listener and the equipment from potentially harmful volume peaks and signal distortion.

The systems will play a wide range of disc media and audio formats (Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio); support Full HD 3D and 2D-3D conversion; and have Auto Sound Calibration (ASC), two HDMI inputs, built-in memory (1GB) and Wi-Fi, and an Apple-certified iPod/iPhone dock.

The HT-D6750W also will have:

  • Samsung’s Advanced Vertical Surround Sound, which recreates “height” in surround sound for fuller, multi-dimensional audio;
  • 1,330W total RMS power output;
  • four tall-boy speakers and two swivel speakers;
  • front speakers with unique directional front effects speaker cones.

Samsung HT-D7500W

Samsung claims the system’s super tweeter unit and wideband amplifier technology will deliver “outstanding detail and clarity at high frequencies beyond 50 kHz” while its passive radiator subwoofer will reduce bass excursion distortion.

When combined, these technologies are meant to provide natural sound in stereo, 2D or 3D.

The HT-D7500W is an 800W satellite system that, like the HT-D6750, will have wireless rear speakers; the two other 1000W systems will be wireless-ready.

Pricing and shipping dates have still to be finalised.



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One Response to “Samsung HD Systems Go 3D”

  1. Warning: preg_replace(): Unknown modifier '/' in /home/customer/www/ on line 66
    April 8, 2011 at 1:58 pm

    I’ve got the HT 6950 7.1 channel 3D of this year. Amazing stuff. I will always stand by Samsung.

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