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Samsung at CES: Home Theatre Systems

Home Theatre systems also featured heavily at CES and headlining Samsung's efforts was its HT-X810 Home Theatre Sound Bar (below). Also featuring a wireless subwoofer, the 300W system is once again designed to complement Samsung's TV offerings, while also integrating a slot-loading upscaling DVD player, a USB port and Bluetooth for easy connection to any number of devices.
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This is joined in the Home Theatre-In-A-Box segment by the X710 Series, which comprises of either the 2.1 channel HT-X710 (below) or the 5.1 channel HT-X715. As with the sound bar system an upscaling DVD drive is included in the package, though in this instance you get discrete drivers for each channel and a total output of 400W on the 2.1 channel version. It also features the translucent red accenting found in some of Samsung's TV offerings, which is a very neat touch.

Predictably, Samsung also has a Blu-ray based system too in the shape of the HT-BD2. A 7.1 channel system outputting 1,100 watts it has all the prerequisites one would expect of such as system, including Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD support and a fully featured Blu-ray player. In addition, all the speakers in this system are wireless capable, allowing you to pick and choose between wired and wireless connections.
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This marks the end of our coverage on Samsung and of this year's show, which has thrown up a few interesting titbits over the last week or so. We hope you enjoyed our coverage and we'll certainly be back next year and the year after that - and so on. In the meantime, if you want to review the goings on at the show take a look at our Daily Digest, which features all the stories from the show.

 
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