Set your iPod or iPhone in your home theater’s docking cradle enjoy your favorite songs, videos and photos on a much bigger screen. Switch songs, control the volume or go from podcasts to photos, all with your home theater remote. Your iPhone or iPod even charges while it plays.
Watch downloaded movies on your TV, in all their big-screen glory. With Divx playback, your Blu-ray player can read DVDs and CDs containing Divx movie files you’ve downloaded to a PC-without needing an adapter.
Feel like you're part of the action onscreen. Immerse yourself in pure surround sound with dramatic depth of detail. And don’t compromise on Dolby Digital Plus sound or the high-def, uncompressed sound of DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD, which can only be played on the highest quality AV systems.
With their HDMI® (V.1.4 with 3D) connection, Samsung Blu-ray Home Theater Systems are capable of transmitting the highest resolution digital data in pure, uncompressed streams. This upgraded feature ensures that future-forward technology, such as 3D Full HD movies and games, can be expressed with purity and precision.
Total amount of power a home theater system emits through an external speakers, as measured in watts (w).
Technology that allows one remote to control all digital devices in a home theater/entertainment system.
Audio technology that filters distracting distortion and interference for optimal sound clarity.
Audio format with theater-quality 5.1 channel sound playable through speakers surrounding a viewer.
Audio format that provides 5.1 channel full-range surround sound from a stereo signal.
Audio format from Digital Theater Systems (DTS) that provides 5.1 channel surround sound.
Number, size, and type of a speaker designed to be positioned front and center, near the screen.
Number, size, and type of speakers designed to be put in the front (L & R), ear-level, at 10 and 2 o'clock.
Number, size, and type of bass speaker designed to be positioned in the middle of the front wall.
Number, size, and type of speakers designed to envelop viewers from the sides, two feet above the ears.
Number, size, and type of speaker towers designed to fill the room with sound, often from the rear.
Terminals on a home theater system that accept sound from other components.
Jacks that output High Definition Multimedia Interface (industry standard for HD) to other components.
Ability to play stored music and media directly from an iPhone.
Popular video codec libraries built to stream MPEG-4 standard definition and HD formats.
The width, height and depth of the home theater system, as measured in inches (in.).
The weight of the home theater system, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
The width, height and depth of the home theater system, including shipping container, as measured in inches (in.).
The weight of the home theater system, including the shipping container, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
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