CES 2015: Samsung To Unveil New Curved 360-Degree Speaker

By Vigneshwar

With CES 2015 next week in Las Vegas, the South Korean giant Samsung will show off several new Curved Soundbars and a pair of new speakers that boast about 360-degree audio. Last September at IFA 2014, Samsung unveiled a Curved Soundbar to pair with its 55 and 65-inch curved TVs.

CES 2015: Samsung To Unveil New Curved 360-Degree Speaker

The tech-giant seems to expand the range, along with the 8500, 6500 and 6000 series the WAM 7500 and WAM 6500 models are being provided to match the audio solutions for 45 to 78-inch curved Samsung TV models. The 8500 series model is the flagship device, offering 9.1 channel speakers.

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Unlike the conventional stereo setup which project sound in single-direction, this speaker is designed to pump out audio in every direction using the company's proprietary "Ring Radiator" technology at the bottom of the device, which is supposed to spread the sounds to flow in a 360-degree radius.

CES 2015: Samsung To Unveil New Curved 360-Degree Speaker

"We know how much people love music and that's why we are expanding our portfolio to bring high-quality, wireless audio into the home. With the new WAM7500/6500 people can enjoy a vibrant sound wherever they are, while our new Curved Soundbars perfectly complement the TV viewing experience" said Jurack Chae, Senior Vice President at Samsung Electronics.

As there is no word on pricing and availability, we expect full details on CES 2015.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!


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