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Samsung Electronics HW-D550 Home Theater System
- 2.1 channel 310 watts
- 3D depth sound,310 watts
- Wall-mountable,Wireless subwoofer
- 2.1 channel,3D depth sound
- 2.1 channel
- 2.1-channel sound in a slim, wall-mountable design
- 3D-depth sound with 310 watts of power
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- Brand Name: Samsung
- Model Number: HW-D550
- Output Channel Quantity: 2
- Output Wattage: 310 Watts
- Built In Decoder: Dolby Digital, DTS
From the Manufacturer
With the Samsung HW-D550 Audio Bar System, 310 watts of commanding sound is yours, all in a slim, wall-mountable design. The powerful 2.1-channel surround sound is delivered with unique "3D audio depth" technology; the wireless subwoofer supports the low end of the audio spectrum with thundering bass. And for those looking to highlight their living room's décor, the wall-mountable design also matches the size of a 46" Samsung TV.
Dolby Digital and DTS
Experience crystal-clear treble and booming bass response with Dolby Digital and DTS audio decoding. Dolby Digital and DTS deliver high-definition sound that's just as stunning as your TV's picture. With advanced lossless, multi-channel audio codec technology, you'll be immersed in sound that's identical to the studio master recording.
Sync Movies from Your PC with DivX HD
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.
Take all your remotes and condense them into one simplified solution. With Samsung's Anynet+ you’ll enjoy one-touch control for all your HDMI-connected compatible devices like your Samsung TV, Blu-ray Disc player, AV receiver, and home theater.
- Channels: 2.1
- Power: 310W
- Audio Decoders: Dolby Digital, DTS
- Inputs: 2 analog, 2 HDMI
- Outputs: 1 HDMI
- Dimensions: 41.6" x 3.2" x 1.8"
- Weight: 4.5 lbs
Top Customer Reviews
Other reviewers said their Samsung TV could not control this soundbar. My TV is last year's 8000 series and it controls the soundbar just fine with the HDMI cable provided in the box.
The subwoofer just plugs in and self-connects wirelessly to the soundbar.Read more ›
This system uses the HDMI 1.4 ARC (audio return channel) if you want the soundbar to be automatically controlled. If your TV has an HDMI ARC (will be marked as such) input then connect the Soundbar to that directly. Then connect your Cable/Sat TV, DVD/BluRay, Apple TV, etc.. directly to your TV via HDMI. What should happen is that your TV will then route the audio through the HMDI ARC connection directly to your Soundbar. In turn, this will mean that your TV remote will control the sound, and the soundbar will turn on/off with your TV. The manual is horrible and does not clearly state how to properly connect.
How is the sound. It is pretty good...I have a "nice" component system downstairs and the Samsung unit does not compare to that. If you are looking for component sound then this is not for you. Now, if your wife says that she doesn't want big speakers and a $1200 receiver in her family room, then this is perfect. Sound is rich, although geared more toward the highs...but sounds good, even at higher volumes.
Would I recommend : Yes. Is the manual helpful: Absolutely Not.
On the other hand, I was disappointed in how the soundbar doesn't seem to work well with other devices. I have a samsung tv with anynet+. According to the manual, the TV's remote should be able to control the sound bar. I discovered right off the bat, that pressing the power button to turn on the TV via the TV's remote did not automatically turn on the soundbar. This was a feature I was hoping would work, but maybe I'd jumped to conclusions, and this was never promised. Turning off the TV via the TV remote definitely turns off both TV and soundbar.
I also have a Roku, and this is where the soundbar falters the most. I've used two methods of connecting the Roku.
Method 1 : Connect soundbar to TV and connect Roku to TV. This seemed to result in anynet+ cutting out. Basically, I can no longer control my soundbar with my TV's remote.
Method 2 : Connect soundbar to TV and connect Roku to sound bar. This also causes anynet+ to cut out.
In the end, I'm forced to either keep the Roku disconnected from my TV except for when I find I want to use it, or live with the soundbar not working properly with anynet+.
Also, another annoying thing was that once anynet+ cuts out, the TV doesn't seem to recognize that its audio should shut off and redirect audio to the soundbar. This is why I have to now keep my TV volume at 0.
I'm hoping that eventually samsung might come out with a firmware upgrade of some sort to rectify these issues.
One last sticking point is the manual.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love that it turns off when I turn my tv off, but I don't know if/how it can turn ON when I turn my tv on. So, that extra remote is always needed..Published 1 month ago by blah
Don't really use it much only because the system is not compatible with any universal remotes. Tried them all. Sound was okayPublished 13 months ago by Frank Guerra
A wonderful treat to watch my movies with a 'surround sound' feel. Superior design - ok price
and reliability and ease of operation - a pleasure. Would recommend this to all.
Sound bar was delivered and just like new as this was purchased refurbished.The soundbar worked awesome!-The subwoofer works but is very weak. Read morePublished on December 5, 2013 by ANGEL
I purchased one of these sound bars to go with my Samsung LCD TV. I should have believed the reviews. First, it will not turn on using the Samsung TV remote or the DirecTV remote. Read morePublished on November 19, 2013 by Michael Nichols
... especially for the money it cost. Even the ok sound drops out regularly for a sentence or two before it self regulates and regains its composure. Read morePublished on September 30, 2013 by Phillip Marlowe