Samsung Multiroom Speaker reviews

Nov 18, 2015

Samsung Multiroom Speaker reviews

TechGuide reviews new Omnidirectional Multiroom Speakers

TechGuide reviews Samsung M7 Wireless Multiroom Speaker

Stephen Fenech (27/08/15)

"Samsung now has an audio lab that is just as good as any other lab from established audio brands so we can expect to hear the high quality results from now on."

"It’s all thanks to the proprietary ring radiator technology which allows the audio to be heard evenly no matter where you walk in the room."

"Located in Valencia, the Samsung audio labs mission statement is clear: achieve No 1 status in the audio business by ensuring world’s best sound by fostering best practices and through applied research, innovation and collaboration."

"The labs are run by director Allan Devantier and houses only audio engineers and research scientists with more than 200 years of combined audio experience."


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CNET reviews Samsung Shape M7

CNET reviews Samsung Shape M7

Ty Pendlebury (01/08/14)

“With music, the M7 showed more detail in the upper-mids, and even when playing the low bit-rate Dig Music radio station there was more air and space than we heard on the Play:3.”

“Hooking it up to a Samsung F8000 TV was very successful and easy. The two devices recognised each other quickly and we soon had lag-free audio via the speaker.”

“Adding new speakers was a snap, and while the speakers have an "add" button on the rear, the autodetect was so good we never had to use it.”

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Cybershack review the M7, M5, M3 speakers

Cybershack review the M7, M5, M3 speakers

Alex Choros (09/12/14)

"You can almost feel big, bassy kick drums pound away when you're right up next to the M5, but bass heavy tracks won’t overwhelm other frequencies."

"Samsung's high-end speaker, the M7 is loud, bassy and punchy"

"Samsung's wireless multiroom audio offering boats some of the loudest, boldest speakers I've had the pleasure of listening to"


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CNET’s Christmas Gift Guide includes the Samsung M7 WAM750/XY Multiroom Speaker

CNET - Christmas Gift Guide reviews Samsung M7 WAM750/XY Multiroom Speaker

Nic Healey (10/11/14)

"Samsung’s first foray into the world of multi-room audio streaming has been hit straight out of the gate. Simple to set up and easy to use, the M7 (and its smaller family members) sound great, support Bluetooth and high-res audio"

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Good Gear Guide reviews Samsung M7 WAM750/XY Multiroom Speaker

Good Gear Guide reviews Samsung M7 WAM750/XY Multiroom Speaker

Tony Ibrahim (13/11/14)

"The M7 will punch out hearty sound even as a standalone speaker. Amping the volume to max will exceed levels of comfort and yet the M7 won’t distort."

"The sound is clean and transparent, as opposed to exaggerated, and based on the M7, the range should be versatile enough to handle all kinds of applications, from party anthems to home entertainment."

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GIZMODO reviews Samsung M3 Multiroom Speaker

GIZMODO reviews Samsung M3 Multiroom Speaker

Campbell Simpson (15/10/14)

"Just like the M7, the Samsung M3 is very well built considering its asking price"

"For a comparatively small speaker, the Samsung M3 has a fair bit of power behind it"

"When you add it into the larger infrastructure of Samsung’s multi-room family … it becomes even more impressive"

"The M3 is, as a speaker, a solid achievement from Samsung considering its power versus its size. The extra technology inside is an advantage"

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mX Newspaper reviews Samsung M7 Multiroom Speaker

mX Newspaper reviews Samsung M7 Multiroom Speaker

Tiahn Wetzler (15/10/14)

"Multi-room is where it's at for speakers at the moment, or at least it looks like that's the direction the sound world is taking."

"If you want to start out with the M7 as a single speaker, it will do a good job of filling a medium-sized room with sound without much distortion."

"There’s Near-Field Communication (NFC) option, which means it’s easier to connect for Android and Windows phone users. You can also connect through Bluetooth."

Gadget Guy reviews Samsung M7 Multiroom Speakers WAM750

Gadget Guy reviews Samsung M7 Multiroom Speakers

Leigh D Stark (08/08/14)

"Credit to Samsung where it’s due, and even though the idea of multi-room sound is new to the company, it’s clear that some of Samsung’s top work on previous speakers and sound bars has been put to use here."

"Tested with some of the tracks in our headphone test, we were quite ecstatic to hear clear and balanced music across most of the selections."

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TechGuide reviews Samsung M7 Wireless Multiroom Speaker

TechGuide reviews Samsung M7 Wireless Multiroom Speaker

Stephen Fenech (04/08/14)

"The audio quality is superb."

"The result was a warm, clear and very satisfying output."

"The triangular shape of the speaker makes it a stylish addition to your room rather having a boring box shape."

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CNET reviews Samsung Shape M7

CNET reviews Samsung Shape M7

Ty Pendlebury (01/08/14)

“With music, the M7 showed more detail in the upper-mids, and even when playing the low bit-rate Dig Music radio station there was more air and space than we heard on the Play:3.”

“Hooking it up to a Samsung F8000 TV was very successful and easy. The two devices recognised each other quickly and we soon had lag-free audio via the speaker.”

“Adding new speakers was a snap, and while the speakers have an "add" button on the rear, the autodetect was so good we never had to use it.”

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Ausdroid reviews Samsung Wireless Multiroom audio M7 Speaker

Ausdroid reviews Samsung Wireless Multiroom audio M7 Speaker

Jason Murray (04/08/14)

"When pumped up though, the sound fills the room and is crystal clear."

"The M7's audio output is fantastic, and the fact that it ties into an ecosystem of other Samsung products is only a bonus"

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