The Samsung DA-E750 and DA-E670 audio docks are gearing up to make an appearance at the CES next week. These gadgets will come incorporated with the company’s hybrid vacuum tube amplifier technology to deliver natural sounds. Furthermore, they extend docking support for Galaxy S and Apple devices namely the iPod, iPhone and even iPad.
First up in the series is the DA-E750 model which, like its counterpart, boasts of a stylish chassis with a high gloss wood finish. A look at the spec sheet brings to light details like the presence of a 2.1-channel speaker accompanied by a built-in subwoofer proffering 100W of sound. Plus, it also comes complete with an analog input and USB port so listeners can groove to music derived from external storage devices like a flash drive, hard drive and more. Formats supported by both the DA-E750 and DA-E670 audio docks are MP3, WMA and WAV.
“Listening to music, whether individually or in a group setting, is one of the most personal and valued forms of entertainment,” states 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.”
The Samsung DA-E750 and DA-E670 audio docks also facilitate wireless connectivity to play back audio files via AllShare for Samsung Galaxy devices and Airplay for Apple devices. The DA-E670 model includes built-in speakers which together give an output of 40W, while the onboard subwoofer delivers enhanced bass response for audiophiles. Besides the auxiliary input, the DA-E670 proffers connectivity with other Bluetooth-enabled devices much like the DA-E750 variant.
As mentioned earlier, the new lineup of the Samsung DA-E750 and DA-E670 audio docks will be seen making an appearance at the CES next week.