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Samsung SHAPE M7 Wireless Audio Speaker (Black)

by Samsung
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Samsung SHAPE M7 Wireless Audio Speaker (Black) + Samsung SHAPE™ Wireless Audio Hub + Samsung WAM-550 Shape M5 Multi-Room Speaker - Black
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model Number: WAM750/ZF
  • Color: Black
  • Speaker Type: Single Speaker

Product Description

The Samsung SHAPE Wireless Audio System lets you integrate your music around how you live.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 15.8 x 5.4 inches ; 8.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00GIXRM2W
  • Item model number: WAM750/ZF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,997 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 19, 2013

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Daniel LaForce on January 29, 2015
Not sure what to say here. Good sound but terrible/misleading technical and sales support. Bought newest curved TV, curved Sound bar and M7 speakers. Talked to Samsung sales technical support before purchase, was assured all would work wirelessly in surround sound 5.1 config.

Didn't work.

After many conversations with technical support etc they don't work together. The surround and multi-room functions will only send sound to either the sound bar or the speakers (most of the time only one speaker/or soundbar at a time).

Samsung tech just told me sound bar won't work with M7 speakers because the sound bar is not WiFi.

Every time I set up the speakers for 2 channel they would revert to 1 channel and stop working as soon I set output sound to the sound bar. The onscreen display shows two speakers but not the sound bar. The on screen sound device setting sees the sound bar AND the speakers (but only after I connected it to a GBIT EOP (Ethernet over Power) connection.

Now Samsung won't take them back because it has been more than 30 days. So beware if you want any of this to work with wireless or Ethernet/Bluetooth surround sound devices.

First connected to TV via HDMI (only one sound device would work at a time in that configuration), the tech suggests I try fiber optic. With fiber optic I can get two of the three sound devices to work. One via sound connect and one via fiber (the sound bar), The tech does not think the sound bar will work with Ethernet (the speakers have Ethernet connections) because the sound bar is not Ethernet/WiFi (the TV is Ethernet connected). I can't think of any reason the HDMI connected sound bar should not put out synchronized sound to Ethernet connected speakers... Frustrating.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mikey Foucs on December 5, 2014
i have three Samsung Shape M7s paired through the hub and really couldnt be happier with this purchase. A lot of the online reviews were written in the first couple of months of this product releasing, and they complained about the App lacking Spotify access, network drops, streaming lags, and the poor stereo sound when you play two speakers in stereo with left/right independent channels. Well, Samsungs App and firmware updates as of today have eliminated all of these issues. These speakers haven't received nearly enough attention. They produce clear sound, have excellent dynamic range (with really nice mids, although they can reach down for pop and electronic well, too) and strong stereo imaging, and pack a lot of punch for their size. My only complaint is that you can't, at least I haven't figured out how to you, have two speakers in stereo mode, plus have other speakers playing the same music simultaneously. You have to have all the speakers grouped in normal, non left/right mode, to stream simultaneously. You can play different music on different speakers with ease. You can stream direclty from the Spotify app (as long as you have premium). The M7 costs $150 less than the Sonos Play:5 and has relatively size and more power. Sonos doesn't publish total power, but rumors say it is around 40 watts. These are 70. For a powerful system to fill a big room, 2 of these do the job more than adequately. I like the design, and in vertical position, they take up little space. Smaller than a bookshelf speaker, but with 5 drivers (and no need for speaker cables or a receiver), they create big but crisp sound. You can hear the difference between "Extreme" (320 kb/s) and just "high" quality streaming on Spotify, and they support uncompressed, super high quality formats if stored on your computer or tablet.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Brown on July 3, 2014
I have 2 M5's and 2 M7's plus a hub - These speakers are wonderful. However a HUGE problem is Samsung's shoddy IOS app. You are required to use Samsung's app to play music through the hub to the speakers. The APP does not play more than one song without locking up on my iPhone on my iPad it does not find most of my music. The workaround is to use standard music player and Bluetooth to play each speaker individually - however you can only play to one speakers at a time AND using bluetooth there is no individual speaker name. Half the time I end up playing music in my garage instead of the bathroom. I have contacted Samsung and they seem to be taking the "blame apple" approach (surprise surprise). Speakers do work great with Samsung TV's using AUX jacks - too much delay using WiFi and the hub. I am HOPEFUL that Samsung will fix the app problems.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Diriet Diaz on March 20, 2015
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Speaker sounds great but the app is the Achilles heal of this product. App is slow and buggy and no full integration with Spotify is a big downfall. Samsung get it together on the software side. Also connectivity with a Samsung TV is not guaranteed and the sound is not 100% in sync with the image. It's like a second behind. Not good.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jones on May 5, 2015
If Samsung can continue to develop and support this system, they have the potential to blow the overrated and overpriced Sonos system out of the water.

Quick background: I don't consider myself a hardcore audiophile, but I have a decent ear, I'm a musician, and I have worked in audio engineering. I didn't feel like running wires, and I wanted the bells and whistles of some of the wireless systems, so I spent a month comparing soundbars and multiroom systems.

The good news is that, hands down, the Samsung HW-H750, combined with the Shape M7s and the hub, sounded better than anything else in the price range, including the Sonos.

Sonos is the big name when it comes to these systems and I don't understand the hype. First of all, the Sonos soundbar sounds pretty crappy without the subwoofer (which actually has to be purchased separately--big bucks). And even with the sub, it still sounds pretty crappy-- hollow and nasal in the midrange. The external speakers, the Play 1 and the Play 3 are just glorified JBL Flips. The Play 5 sounds pretty good, but it is way overpriced.

The Samsung M7s sound clearer and warmer and are cheaper (if you spend a little time price shopping, they are actually a LOT cheaper) than the Play 5. These speakers are very attractive-looking, and feel pretty sturdily built. When you combine the HW-H750 soundbar with two (or more) speakers, the system really shines. I use the system for music and for tv, and it nicely fills our 400 square feet of space with sound that is clear, loud and fairly rich in the low end. There may be an occasional hint of distortion in the lowest lows, it's hard to tell unless you really analyze it with a sample of known quality, which I haven't done yet. But, really, for the price, these things sound great.
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