Key Features: Built-in dual Apple / Galaxy dock; AirPlay and AllShare Play wireless streaming; USB media playback; Bluetooth 3.0 with apt-X CSR; Built-in Wi-Fi; Digital / vacuum tube amp

Manufacturer: Samsung

specs
Audio Codecs
MP3 Yes
Apple Lossless No
AIFF No
AAX No
WAV No
AAC No
Physical Specifications
Weight 9000
Storage
Expandable memory No

marburybary

July 17, 2012, 6:42 am

It looks like retro style speakers have been the in-thing now. A lot of companies seem to making more and more retro style speakers. Only question I have for these speakers is how loud can it get.

stranded

July 17, 2012, 11:02 am

Design is better than most other Samsung products, but still is average at best. I think Samsung will never make a decent looking product.
So many super stupid useless mobile phone connectors that destroy everything and double the cost of this audio device.
No FLAC, WAV, AAC support. Well, i hope vacuum tubes can play mp1 files with unrivaled fidelity and clarity.
Wi-fi is nice, but all other wireless features serve only to double (and triple) the cost (and weight) of the device.
The most important, sound quality is an improved version of the typical Samsung sound, that means we better look somewhere else.
... so many failures ...
Dear Samsung, glamour is always out of fashion and life. Nobody cares about shiny beads and mirrors, give us something that exists.

bushdaman86

July 18, 2012, 1:39 pm

looks great i can't wait to start jamming with this

Mozart

September 9, 2012, 2:12 pm

According t the Samsung UK site this does play WAV files.

hackinsat

October 6, 2012, 5:47 am

Want real tube sound, buy a Yaqin. 100% tubes, less money, and it sounds awesome. I have two. I liked my first so much I bought a second one for my office.

southy

February 26, 2013, 7:18 pm

so the mobile phone connections are useless, and so is the wireless functionality. might i suggest that you are not this product's target market?

Obis

September 15, 2013, 5:40 pm

Hi
What precisely did you buy ?
Roger

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