Samsung brings DA-E750 wireless audio system with dual dock for both Galaxy S and iPhones

Samsung brings DA-E750 wireless audio system with dual dock for both Galaxy S and iPhones
Samsung has confirmed its brand new premium wireless audio system, the Samsung DA-E750, that also comes with a dual dock for both the Galaxy S series and iPhones, will arrive on store shelves on June 18th in Korea and the United Kingdom, and later to the rest of the world.

The system comes with a vacuum tube amplifier, a technology that promises warmer and more natural sound, compared to transistor-based traditional audio setups. Samsung is combining the vacuum tube with a digital amplifier and thus lowers harsh sound distortions.

Overall, the DA-E750 is a 2.1-channel system, so that means that you also have a subwoofer on board along the woven glass fiber speakers. The power of this premium system goes all the way to 100 watts.

When it comes to its wireless capabilities, the Samsung DA-E750 supports AllShare for Samsung gadgets, AirPlay for iOS devices and Bluetooth 3.0 for others. There’s a 30-pin docking connector for the iPhone/iPad, and a microUSB one for other devices.

Also, the system features thumb drive support with a USB port, and reads formats such as MP3, WMA and WAV.

But the thing that really impresses here, is the design effort by Samsung. The classic wood finish with a mahogany or piano black says premium like nothing else. How do you like what you see, would you get one of those?

source: Samsung



1. mercorp

Posts: 1045; Member since: Jan 28, 2012

How about other android devices and wp? Btw,I want mahogany used in a android phone.

2. thelegend6657 unregistered

dude mahagony on a phone isnt a problem but would you pay for the xtra cost ? And BTW Fandroids dont care , they only care about the specs and nothing else

3. metoyou

Posts: 279; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

Who wanna buy this for me?:)

4. AppleConspiracy

Posts: 637; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

This is nothing more than one more instance of contemporary retro-nostalgia, or should I say techno-nostalgia. Just like comeback of vinyl records, cassete tapes, vintage audio and photographic equipment, so they want to reproduce cult status of power-inefficient but acoustically superb vacuum tube amplifiers (although it's probably not amplifier but preamplifier on tubes, beacuse it would require at least 10 gigantic tubes per channel and aproximately 100 kg worth of amplifier to achieve declared power output of 100 watts. And one more thing: vacuum tube audio technology produces "warmer" and "musical" sound only when it comes to cheap amplifiers. True high-end audio based on vacuum tubes delivers transparent, neutral and "tasteless" sound, which is in fact what true audiphile wants. So, in other words, Samsung is trying to make money on every sucker who thinks he will benefit from this by stealing the design of Apple HIFI iPod dock and using so-called auidophile technology. Sammy's not first. In fact, there were hundreds of those products for iPod/iPhone in the last 5 years or so...

5. sgtdisturbed47

Posts: 974; Member since: Feb 02, 2012

I will benefit from this design. I'm not concerned about super high-quality audio that caresses my eardrums (I have a $2500 system for that), but this wireless unit looks awesome. I'd buy it simply because of the design.

6. AppleConspiracy

Posts: 637; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

Well, if you are true audiophile, you most probably love mahagony finish. That's why they implemented it. Exactly for those like you. They wanted complete design story of HIFI (not substance though). It's your choice, and your financial capacity to be ripped off, right?

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