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Samsung SWA-4000 Wireless Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Samsung

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iPad 3/4
Black
  • Receives 2.4GHz signals from DVD changer/receiver
  • Designed to work with compatible Samsung home theater systems
  • 2-channel rear amplifier
  • Transmission range up to 33 feet
  • Includes TX card to insert in DVD changer/receiver
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Size: iPad 3/4 | Color: Black
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Product Details

Size: iPad 3/4 | Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 7 x 0.5 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0018JSSKG
  • Item model number: SWA4000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2005

Product Description

Size: iPad 3/4 | Color: Black

Samsung wireless rear stereo amplifier receives 2.4GHz signals from DVD changer/receiver. It is designed to work with compatible Samsung home theater systems. It has 2-channel rear amplifier with transmission range up to 33 feet. It includes TX card to insert in DVD changer/receiver.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The sound quality is excellent and it looks great.
Sanlee
Since it's the same speakers that were provided with the home theater, the sound seems identical.
Thomas P. Blinn
The 4000 is definately worth buying and I would suggest it to anyone.
JWH

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By L. J. Schrader on September 22, 2007
Color Name: BlackSize Name: iPad mini Verified Purchase
I looked over reviews for many iPod stations and found mixed reviews on every one of them. I bought this for my bedroom so that I could listen to calming music from the iPod when I went to bed. The sound is great, it is simple to use with clear directions and I LOVE the fact that it has a remote so I can choose to turn it up or down, on or off from my bed since it is placed across the room. It is a decent size without being too big and has a nice, sleek appearance. I am no audio junkie, so the high tech people out there might disagree, but for the average person (like me) I think it is a great deal price-wise, and great sounding, too, so I recommend you go for it.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By C. H. Chan on June 17, 2007
Color Name: BlackSize Name: iPad mini
This is a great little portable system by Logitech. It's nice that the company includes a soft neoprene-like case for the system. The system includes an AC adapter, remote, case, and ipod dock adapters.

I really like the design of the speakers. They remind me of the orignial Apple Hi-Fi system, except smaller. I think that Apple's system was an inspiration, and Logitech took it rather well. On the front can find the main control dial that you can push in and push out. This is the power button and also serves as the volume knob that is illuminated by an orange-amber LED. Pretty good aesthetics overall.

As far as sound quality goes, I'm pretty impressed. I listen to a broad range of music generes. Sound tone and clarity are excellent. When you crank up the volume, you can definitly almost feel the bass, depending on what size the room you are in and the proximity that you are listening to from the speakers. At high sounds levels, sound distrotion is little to none at all. I listen to mostly trance/dance, euro, electronica, and other types of EDM, and the speakers perform well. As major plus is the portability as you can use 6 AA batteries. It should last around 10 hours on batteries alone. The remote can be stored on the back of the speakers.

I'm pretty happy with this purchase, considering it's great sound, portability, and price at $45 when I purchased it.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By T. Evans on August 18, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: iPad 3/4
I bought this product for use with the Samsung HT-Z310T 5.1-Channel Home Theater Surround Sound System.

Samsung HT-Z310T 5.1-Channel Home Theater Surround Sound System (Set of Seven, Black)

Even though the directions were sparse, using this was as simple as plugging in the rear speakers to the unit, plugging in the unit and inserting the transmitter card into the back of the Samsung Home Theater control unit.

At first I thought I didn't setup the unit properly because I didn't hear any sound from the rear speakers, but then I realized I just needed to set the Samsung Home Theater system to the right audio mode in order to get it to work. For example, the Dolby 5.1 mode only works if you are using a media such as the DVD or XBox360 that supports Dolby 5.1 to hear the rear speakers. If your source is something like a component audio device or coaxial cable you need to change the audio mode to "Cinema" or one of the other effects modes to use the rear speakers through the wireless link.

Most of the sources I have for my TV are Dolby 5.1 anyways, so when moving to a coaxial DirectTV player that doesn't do 5.1 I don't change the mode, I just go without the rear speakers -- it doesn't really bother me. The cool thing about this wireless unit is that when you shutdown the Home Theater system, the wireless unit senses the shutdown and puts itself into "standby" mode, thereby drawing very little power.

I've had the Samsung Home Theater and this wireless transmitter for two months now and I've had no problems. Very satisfied with the sound quality -- I've got an optical audio out from the TV to the Home Theater system and the rear speakers sound fantastic when driven by this wireless unit.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By PBAmazon15 on October 16, 2007
Color Name: BlackSize Name: iPad mini
Thanks to every one here for your sincere feedback. You guys helped me with my decision and it is definitely one of the best decisions I've made.

This product is perfect for a medium sized apartment like mine. I wanted a small system for my audio books and music for my bedroom. And this is such a perfect solution. Charges my ipod, and very easy to move around as well!

Very impressed with the quality of sound, the size, the weight, the 12 adapters for every kind of ipod, and the controls that this little system has. Even the black bag that comes with it is perfect for transportation!

I got it for about $53. Absolutely no regrets!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Pete Chen VINE VOICE on January 12, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: iPad 3/4
This wireless receiver goes with the Samsung home theater system. It took me quite a while to make it work. I know if the id is right, then it will be just a matter of hooking it up. But I had to reset the ids for several times after the signal was lost.

Also the reception is not as good as my HD-BD1250 manual indicates. I had to put the receiver as close as possible to home theater base. Otherwise, the signal will be gone. And I will get "rear check" on the Blue-Ray player and intermittent sound loss. After a while, I figured out the signal was gone.

You really don't have any other choices at all. This is the only option for wireless receiver for your Samsung home theater. It is great when it works. You just have to place it in the right place.

7/15/2010 update: I found why the signal is lost. You have to make sure you are not blocking the signal from the transmitter on the home theater system to the receiver. For example, with my set up, the signal is lost if I sit on the floor right in front of the TV. You have to careful about how you arrange them.
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