New Samsung Audio Docks Can Park Galaxy S and Apple Devices


All five of Samsung's newly announced Audio Docks can connect devices with and without wires.

Mar. 09, 2012 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Earlier this week, Samsung was showing off all of its new HDTVs in New York City. However, they were also making a bit of noise (literally) with a few new audio products as well.

All five of the company’s new audio docks don’t just look slick, but they also don’t exclude anyone. Each model has a dock for iPod/iPhone users, as well as a little something for those with Samsung Galaxy tablets and/or smartphones.

The DA-E550 is one of the weaker models in the line, but has a noodle design that’s nice to look at (Samsung says it’s more like a horn, actually). That, along with the box-shaped DA-E570 model, can crank a total of 10 watts for $299 each.

Another horn-shaped model, the DA-E650, adds in iPad support and an integrated subwoofer. That one will be priced at $349. If you prefer a rectangle shape, the $449 DA-E670 also has built-in WiFi and support for Apple AirPlay.

The top of the heap is the DA-E750 (pictured). This model made quite the impression at January’s Consumer Electronics Show, thanks to the vacuum-tube technology. That, along with 100 watts of sound and AirPlay, will cost you $799.

Samsung says that all of the docks should start shipping next month.

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